“Any guests holding a Chinese, Hong Kong, or Macau passport, regardless of when they were there last, will not be allowed to board our ships. Regardless of nationality, any guest or crewmember traveling from, to, or through mainland China, Hong Kong, or Macau less than 15 days prior to their sailing will be unable to board any of our ships.” – Royal Caribbean
Flying Dutchman and Disney Wonder together at Castaway Cay.
“We decided two [new] ships wouldn’t be enough to hold all of the exciting new experiences we have been dreaming up to take family cruise vacations to a whole new level with immersive Disney storytelling, world-class family entertainment, and imaginative innovation.”
Some more decorations aboard the Disney Wonder from a few years ago:
The Queen of Bermuda ship circa 1950
A Disney Cruise for Spring Break? A cruise on another line? Spring can be a good time to take a cruise with the children. The weather is usually very pleasant, although sometimes a little cool. But often a great time to get away. And if your Spring Break includes Easter, you will probably see some Easter decorations here and there around the ships.
Cunard’s Three Queens – Mary, Victoria, and Elizabeth – will meet on the river Mersey on May 25 to celebrate 175 years of Cunard sailing.
As on the Disney Wonder (and Fantasy and Dream), the Magic features the cast of Disney characters around the ship. On the Magic, Mickey is featured in the atrium. Like Ariel on the Disney Wonder, Mickey faces forward, so if you get turned around, you can see which way Mickey is facing to find the front of the ship.
Mickey Statue on Disney Magic
A Wonderful rose that you might find at a romantic dinner on a cruise ship. This one is actually part of wedding flowers on the Disney Wonder. Happy Valentine’s Day to everyone!
Port Canaveral hosts six large passengers ships at the same time for the first time this weekend. With plenty of tours available for passengers, restaurants and shopping, the weekend looks to be a busy on for Port Canaveral.