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Tag Archives: disney cruise line
The Disney Cruise Line is a cruising experience unlike any other. Even if you’re not a diehard Disney fan, you’ll enjoy the famous Disney customer service, entertainment, and dining. With just four ships in the fleet, Disney has been relatively … Continue reading
Earlier this week, the Cruise Critic Cruisers’ Choice awards (try saying that five times fast) were presented, and Disney took home some of the top honors. They won a total of 29 awards, 13 of which were number one prizes, … Continue reading
Congratulations to the cast and crew of Disney Cruise Lines. The four ships of the fleet took four of the top five positions (including the top three overall) in the 2014 Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Poll for best large cruise … Continue reading
The Disney Magic first magical cruise was in 1998 making it the oldest ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet. That’s not to say it’s showing its age. Disney has been good about keeping the ships in top shape by … Continue reading