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Tag Archives: alaska
The Walt Disney Studios has announced production on Bears, the latest documentary from Disneynature, slated for release in Spring 2014 (likely around Earth Day). Bears will follow the “day-to-day lives” of the brown ursines who call ‘Alaska’s coastal mountains and shores home’. … Continue reading
The fine folks on Disney Cruise Line are lining up fun adventures as they return to Alaska for a 2nd year. The primary port is Skagway, which features a population of 862, or about half the number of people arriving … Continue reading
As the Disney Wonder enjoys its first tours of Alaska, guests are reporting back that the views are spectacular. However, since it can get cold and rainy the usual sunbathing activity is a bit diminished. To compensate for the ship’s … Continue reading
Walt Disney World Photographer Matt Stroshane recently sailed on the Disney Wonder on its inaugural cruise to Alaska. Using over 10,000 still photographs he created this time-lapse video showing the cruise as it sailed past the panoramic Vancouver BC skyline, … Continue reading
There’s one iconic shot that every shipping company wants to add to its gallery, a picture of a major ship passing under America’s most iconic bridge – The Golden Gate bridge in California. The Disney Wonder can now cross that … Continue reading