Both my prior Disney Cruise experiences involved short trips to Castaway Cay and back as part of the media preview for the Disney Fantasy and the Disney Dream. I hardly slept. My feeling was that as long as there was something new to do on… Read More »Disney Cruise Line – A trip aboard the Dream through the Tilt-Shift Lens
You just ran the 2015 Walt Disney World Marathon, what are you going to do next? If you answered “go on a Disney cruise?” then you might be interested in this new promotion for runDisney participants. Runners who take part in the 2015 Walt Disney… Read More »Disney Cruise Line Looks to Extend Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend for Runners
I’ve never been aboard a Disney cruise ship at Christmas, but I hear it’s a special time. Beyond the decorations and specially costumed walk-around characters, there are special meals and holiday entertainment to enjoy. Here’s a fresh video with highlights from across the Disney Cruise Line fleet revealing how the Christmas holiday is celebrated. There are also a few wonderful shots of decorations at Castaway Cay and the Cape Canaveral terminal too.
As it’s the first Christmas Season for the Disney Fantasy, it’s the very first time decorations have been erected on the ship. Disney recently shared a video showing the installation of the big 20ft tall atrium lobby tree in Time-Lapse video. Which you can see below the jump:
Toward the top of the list of the highlights of my trip on the Disney Fantasy preview cruise, and there were many, were the three close encounters the Fantasy had with its sister ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet, The Disney Dream. All three… Read More »Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream Ship Horn Battle
As Disney Cruise Lines is the owner of it’s own island in the Bahamas, it’s great to see how they are working on integrating some Environmentality into that community. More than 150 Bahamian children recently participated in a summer camp sponsored in part by Disney… Read More »Disney Cruise Line Sponsors Environmental Summer Camp in Bahamas
The Disney Cruise Line has released more details of the upcoming expansion to their private island Castaway Cay. Located in the tropical waters of the Bahamas, Castaway Cay is a popular stop on the itinerary. When the new larger ships start operating in 2011, it will have to handle approximately 2000 more guests with each visit. As such Disney will be adding new beaches, expanding existing ones; expanding existing facilities; adding restaurants, and even new water play areas. Plus they will expand the island’s tram network to help spread guests out around the 1000 acre facility.
Follow below the jump to see the most recent DCL Video Podcast about the expansion plus the full press release: