The most magical places on earth are not only in Florida, or in Hong Kong or in any other Disney Amusement parks distributed around the world, but it has also reached beyond the seas ever since 1996, and it already has four actively-operating ships named Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, Disney Dream, and Disney Fantasy. So why not go for the extraordinary and sail along the waves while enjoying the view with Mickey Mouse or Donald Duck, but are they really coming on these cruises? These and other questions are already unveiled for those who are not seas-sick and can enjoy a cool breeze while eating Mickey-shaped foods.
Disney Cruise Line has been offering a lot of its onboard activities from its spellbound Broadway-caliber musical live shows, dance beneath a sky of fireworks at a Pirate-themed deck party and watch first-run Disney movies in Disney Digital 3D. But there are events especially for its passengers that may not be included on the brochures, like secret sundecks, unannounced character greetings, and unexpected Mickey-shaped foods.
There's no need to worry for those who are planning to experience the magic after reading this article as in the latest news from Fox News, the accident at the pier in the Bahamas were usually caused by the rough seas and fogging that night as the Disney Dream was about to dock in Nassau. Despite the unfortunate incident, passengers did not feel the impact and there were no reported injuries; Disney Dream was already repaired during a scheduled stop at Castaway Cay in the Bahamas.
A special in-depth report from TravelandLeisure will entice new passengers and old ones to return and find it out for themselves. With Goofy, Donald, Daisy, Mickey, and Minnie on this tour, others might expect them to wear the same old blue, red and yellow costumes they show up on TV but alas they can sport any attire while the cruise line goes to places like Alaska or while in the Mediterranean seas. Their outfits are one of the surprises that these meet-and-greets are famous for and should not be left out on the cruise's agenda.
There is also a one-night-only event called officer Pin Trading Night which happens once every time the cruise line ships; a help from the Navigator can provide the schedule of this event. If one prefers to have a drink or two while cruising, Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy have the Meridian which also offers a cigar bar, custom craft cocktails, and a gin & tonic cart, as well as a private deck. A ground transportation package or called a bus transfer ticket is very helpful for transporting luggage to the Disney Cruise Line and back to the airport without the hassle of hand-carrying it.
The O'Gills Pub has also a special treat for those who watched "Tangled: The Musical" on the Disney Magic, as it transforms into a fully decorated scene as it offers themed foods and cast interactions. Disney characters are also almost everywhere in the cruise line from the elevators, to the pool and the decks so be sure to have a camera all the time. Whether it is the youth club Vibe for teenagers, or the Vibe's arcade games or Oceaneer Lab's high-tech designs for kids, Disney Cruise Line can be for all ages and the trip does not center only on the ship, as group travel companies offer full-scale trips for every port the Disney Cruise Line docks.
For every trip, however, corresponds to a simple reminder to always be ready and handy with necessities like extra tumblers and extra money, although another tip here is that Disney Cruise Line offers to exchange bills from other currencies. Above all, enjoyment is the key to every cruise or trip that is why Disney Cruise Line offers a lot more, so use simple tools like the Key to the World card, Disney's Navigator app and most of all the camera.© 2018 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.