Disney Cruise Line is offering discounted fares to Disney Vacation Club members on June 2012 sailings of the new Disney Fantasy cruise ship. The offer features a 7-night voyage in a veranda-level cabin for less than $1100 per person. Click To Continue
For many people, a cruise is the trip of a lifetime. A Disney cruise is a great choice. They’re family-friendly, but still great for couples. The shows, the food and the service are all world-class. You’ll even have plenty of chances to interact with Disney characters. It’s a wonderful vacation, although planning can be a little bit overwhelming.
Disney’s Cruise Line – Castaway Cay
Castaway Cay is a beautiful private island located in the Commonwealth of the Bahamas reserved exclusively for Disney Cruise Guests. Guests can enjoy snorkeling, boating, swimming, exploring and the best thing of all relaxation. Castaway Cay is 3.1 by 2.2 miles in size and features a post office with its own unique Castaway Cay postmark. When your cruise ship pulls into port along dock, observe the Flying Dutchman, a pirate ship used in the Pirates of the Caribbean movies. Click To Continue
Mexican Riviera Disney Cruises in 2011
The Disney Wonder will be stationed on the West Coast in 2011 with sailings to Alaska in the Summer and the Mexican Rivera during the other times of the year.
- 7-Night Mexican Riviera Disney Cruise
- 10-Night Mexican Riviera Cruise
- 8-Night Mexican Riviera Holiday Cruise
- 15-Night Panama Canal Cruise
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Mexican Riviera Disney Cruises
Ending the 2011 summer season in Alaska, the Disney Wonder Cruise Ship will sail 7-night Mexican Riviera cruises from the Port of Los Angeles to Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan and Cabo San Lucas.
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Disney announced a whole slate of new offerings at its Orlando theme parks on Wednesday, including the largest expansion in Magic Kingdom history.
Walt Disney World is about to break ground on a three-year project to expand Fantasyland. Among the new features will be a separate village for each of the Disney princesses. The Dumbo ride will also double in size, and park guests will be treated to a three-ring circus and carnival games while they wait in line.
The theme park is also planning a special promotion during nights this summer. In early June, the Main Street Electrical Parade will return to the Magic Kingdom along with a new fireworks spectacular. There will also be new lighting effects and a new drop sequence at Tower of Terror at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Disney Cruise Lines is adding two new ships: The Disney Dream will sail in 2011, and the Disney Fantasy will begin service in 2012.
One of the ships will feature an onboard watercoaster that allows guest to ride on rafts through glass tubes high above the ship. In addition, Disney will soon offer cruises that stop in the northern European capitals, as well as trips to Alaska. Disney’s private island in the Bahamas, Castaway Cay, is also getting a makeover.
Disney also announced a new partnership between its Wide World of Sports complex and ESPN. The two will work together to relaunch the complex with more interactive exhibits.
Disney’s announcement of all its new projects comes just weeks before the much-anticipated opening of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando.