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In a photo taken June 12, 2010, the “Disney Magic” cruise ship sails past the White Cliffs of Dover in England. The ship was in Dover as part of Disney Cruise Line’s first Northern European Capitals sailing of 2010. This … Continue reading
CFNews 13 reports that high wind speeds, over 50 MPH in some cases, have caused the Disney Magic to remain berthed in the Bahamas overnight instead of sailing back to Port Canaveral to off-load and resupply this morning. The news … Continue reading
Continuing my series on what’s coming next from the Disney Cruise Line, today we look at the new, and the classic, dining options that will be available on the Disney Dream when it sets sail in 2011. So what will … Continue reading
Hang on to those Hats and Glasses when you board the next innovation to come from the Disney Cruise Line. The new Disney Dream will debut the cruise industry’s first-ever shipboard water coaster, a.k.a. the AquaDuck. The ride will take … Continue reading