New Disney Cruise Ship

New Disney Cruise Ship
Disney cruise is held as one of the top notch niche players in the arena of retail cruise business, as the several ships along with the new Disney cruise ships tend to suit the needs pertaining to family entertainment segment. Disney Cruise Line aims to introduce new Disney cruise ships that are but bigger versions as when compared to the original Disney ships, as the new ones are planned to embrace the popular Caribbean routes, with a stop at Castaway Cay, the private island of Disney at Bahamas.

Known to enhance the cruising experience by re-inventing itself, and by constructing new Disney cruise ship time and again, the latest of the new Disney cruise ships to offer a pitch-perfect family vacation takes the form of Disney Dream. The maiden voyage of this New Disney cruise ship is planned for January 26, 2011, as the Disney Dream now becomes the third ship belonging to the fleet of Disney Cruise Line. Introducing new Disney cruise ships is not a new phenomenon at Disney Cruise Line, as the Disney Magic that was introduced in 1988 and Disney Wonder that was introduced in 1999 raise as testimonial evidences of this cruise liner to take steps to enhance the cruising experiences.

The Disney Dream, the latest of the ships in the arsenal of Disney Cruise Liner, boasts of a ship length that extends to 1,115 feet, as it also has 14 towering decks. This new Disney cruise ship also encompasses 1250 staterooms, and is a wonderfully suited ship to accommodate 4,000 passengers. The new Disney cruise ship is built along the lines of the early, classic twentieth-century design, as it also embraces the state-of-the-art-technology.

Like all other ships related to this top notch cruise liner, the new Disney cruise ship has been designed to cater to the requirements of families, as it unveils convenient facilities and cruise-industry firsts, which come in the form of Aquaduck, the first of the water coasters at sea. This new Disney cruise ship takes pride in the classic staterooms that unveil contemporary amenities, yacht-style dcor and ample space. Recreational needs of kids and youngsters are made possible through the Youth Clubs embraced by the Disney Dream.

For the family planning to go on a cruising vacation through this new Disney cruise ship, entertainment facilities galore, as there are live musical shows, family deck parties and digital 3-D movies, as the three sparkling pools spotted on Deck 11 of this new Disney cruise ship caters to families, kids and adults. With the new Disney cruise ship, the renowned cruise line plans to take the family cruising experience to a new plane.

Finally, consider these Disney cruise price tips at So plan well in advance of your cruise, consult (via message boards and forums) with those who have cruised before, and get ready for the vacation your entire family will never forget!

Disney Magic Cruise Ship

Disney Magic Cruise Ship

Disney Magic and Disney Wonder are the two ships of the Disney Cruise Line. Disney Magic was put into service first on 15th July 1998 and sailed off on it’s maiden voyage from its home port of Port Canaveral. Built by the famous Italian shipbuilding company – Fincantieri Shipyards, it has the classic look of the old time ocean liners. It is a mini town on the move. Here are some facts:

· It has 875 staterooms on 11 passenger decks
· It is manned by a crew of 945
· It has a specialty restaurant (Palo), 3 dining rooms, a pizzeria and a buffet, and of course an ice cream parlor
· It has 2 swimming pools and a pool for children
· Staterooms have inbuilt refrigerators and inbuilt safes.
· Wi-fi in all the staterooms
· Spa, sauna, hair salon, gym and 4 hot tubs – you name it they’ve got it . . . and fitness classes to boot!
· A state-of-the-art cinema, a dance club, six bars, two show rooms and a room for video games
· A variety of programs for children of all age groups
· Laundry service and facilities
· Dry cleaning
· A computer room

Cruises by Magic

You can enjoy a number of cruises on Disney Magic. A 7-night cruise to Eastern Caribbean if it so fancies you. The Magic leave Port Canaveral on a Saturday evening at 4 pm and spends the next two days at sea. It then calls at St. Maarten, St. Thomas/St. John, and the Castaway Cay and returns the following Saturday morning at 7.35 am. The itineraries are flexible from cruise to cruise.

A typical 7-night Cruise to the Western Caribbean would look like:

· Departure on Saturday from Port Canaveral – 4 pm
· Sunday – at Key West + an ashore trip
· Monday – at sea
· Tuesday at Grand Cayman where you can go ashore
· Wednesday at Cozumel (Mexico) + an ashore trip
· Thursday – at sea
· Friday at Castaway Cay (Disney’s private island) – spending the day ashore
· Saturday Back to Port Canaveral at 7.35 am

Disney Magic operates on a flexible itinerary from cruise to cruise. On certain dates it may stop at Castaway Cay on Sunday and skip the stop at Key West, making two stops at Castaway Cay.

Disney Magic also offers you transatlantic cruises and other cruises that take you to Europe and the Mediterranean. These cruises last any where fro 7 to 14 days.

The Magical Magic

You and your family will be enchanted by the magic on Disney Magic. There is something going on for everyone. The kids will have a gala time with all those wonderful activities going on. There is an activity for kids as young as 3 and for teens as grown up as 17.

Night club and lounges for adults, with an adult-only restaurant for that romantic evening with your partner!

Come on aboard to experience and enjoy the magical Disney Magic!

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