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.
Video of Port Canaveral packed with six cruise ships for the first time:
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
The Disney Wonder at Castaway Cay with a Waterspout (Tornado) in the distance. Later that day, another waterspout appeared off to the forward starboard side of the ship. None came near the shore, but several excursions that involved being at sea were cancelled. It was an exciting time, but Disney did a great job to make sure everyone was safe.
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!
The Disney Magic in St Thomas, USVI. Docked on a beautiful day. St Thomas has a large number of shore excursions that are available from most cruise lines, or even outside the cruise lines. Not to mention the shopping if you need to shop!
Disney Cruise ships used to have the occasional stop in Freeport, in The Bahamas. It has been more than a decade since the Wonder has made regular stops there, but for throwback Thursday, here is the view from the Wonder as she was headed in to Freeport.
Disney Cruise Line just announced “Star Wars Day at Sea”— a day-long celebration of the venerable space saga planned for eight special sailings aboard the Disney Fantasy in 2016. Enjoy the “Star Wars Day at Sea” on Disney Fantasy Western Caribbean cruises sailing on January 9 and 23; February 6 and 20; March 5 and 19; and April 2 and 16.
On select Disney Magic and Disney Wonder sailings to Europe and Alaska guests will awake to a magical freeze overtaking the ship. They will be transported to the Kingdom of Arrendelle, the land of Frozen.
Guests can enjoy a spectacular deck party, a three-song stage show production number, new character meet and greets, storybook adventures ashore and more.
Learn more about this icy adventure and read the full press release on DCLnews.
If you are in the mid-ship Atrium, you can see which way is forward because Ariel is looking towards the front of the ship!