Cruise Tutorial


Level: Mainstream

Known for:Rotating dining system where your wait staff follows you from restaurant to restaurant to restaurant ... some of the biggest cabins in cruising ... split bathrooms ideal for families ... the best private island in the Caribbean … no casinos.

Suited for: Families with children ... adults who never grew up ... Disney enthusiasts ... people who want to avoid rowdy party cruises ... people immune to sticker shock ... folks who don’t mind kids at every turn.

Synopsis: This cruise brings the Disney experience to sea for kids and adults alike. Although much on the ship is PG rated, full-grown kids (over 21) can also enjoy what each of these ships have to offer, including an adults-only restaurant and night club. Thank God the kids program is extensive and complete, giving mom and dad chance to get away from little Johnny long enough to realize they’re on a romantic cruise. And let’s not forget, Mickey Mouse is also a passenger.

Contact: Disney Cruise Line, 210 Celebration Place, Suite 400, Celebration, FL, 34747-4600, (800) 511-1333


Ships: 4

  • Disney Dream (2011)
  • Disney Fantasy (2012)
  • Disney Magic (1998)
  • Disney Wonder (1999)