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Heard of Disneyland? Of course you have. Disneyland conjures up images of Snow White, fairies, cartoons characters like Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and fun and exc iting theme rides. However, unknown to most people, Disney is also in the cruise vacation business. Yes, Disney vacation and honeymoon cruises.
Disney launched its first vacation cruise ship, the Disney Magic in 1998 followed by its sister cruise ship, the Disney Wonder. Disney's creative team together with the best ship designers in the world designed the cruise ships with the aim of making every guest feel that the vacation was uniquely planned for them. Both ships are registered in the Caribbean nation of the Bahamas.
The ships are very innovative creations. The exterior look have the traditional lines of great ocean liners while inside, it is an extensive modern great ideas in dining, entertainment, cabin designs and grand theaters. The cabins are spacious with rustic wood paneling throughout the interior.Almost half of the cabins come with a veranda for guests to enjoy the sea breeze and beautiful Bahamas view.
Disney offers a seamless vacation cruise package combining the cruise with a stay at Walt Disney World. Disney cruise vacation guests are welcomed at the by Disney staff and are whisked away in unique Disney vacation buses. During the journey, guests watch a cruise travelogue in the buses. Since the cruise is packaged with a Disney hotel stay, the key to the hotel room is the same as to your cabin in the cruise ship.
Each evening, you will dine in a different restaurant with different themes. The only similarity is that the waiters move with you to the different restaurants.The entertainment area and social facilities are also designed to cater to families with children and also exclusively adult patronage areas like the nightclubs.
The ships cruise all year round in the Bahamas Caribbean seas and will stop a day at Castaway Cay, Disney's 1,000 acre private Bahamas island. Here, guests can swim, snorkel or simply laze by the beautiful beaches. There is even an "archeology dig" at a half buried whale skeleton. Or you can go to the Walt Disney Theater and watch excellent musical productions.
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