In 2020, epic adventures at sea return to Disney Cruise Line with a limited engagement of the popular Star Wars Day at Sea. With Cruises departing from Port Canaveral, this makes a perfect land and sea option for the serious Star Wars fan or just… Read More »Star Wars Day at Sea returns in 2020 on nine Disney Cruise Itineraries
The most magical cruise on the high seas will continue to sail from central Florida for the foreseeable future as the Canaveral Port Authority and Disney Cruise Line just reached a 20-year agreement to expand operations and make Port Canaveral home for two of Disney… Read More »Disney and Port Canaveral agree to 20 years contract that will include more ships
Disney Cruise Line has canceled cruises scheduled for departure from Port Canaveral on September 8, 9, and 11, and has already announced they’ll be shortening in progress cruises for the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy. Both ships have already modified their itineraries to avoid severe… Read More »Disney Cruise Line makes adjustments for Hurricane Irma
Many guests of the Disney Cruise Line like to include a few days at Walt Disney World after their time at sea. Its called the Land and Sea package and is a great way to stay immersed in the magic if your cruise arrives or… Read More »Disney Cruise Line Q&A: We booked the Land and Sea package, how do we get to our Disney Resort?
The Disney Fantasy is now sailing regularly from Port Canaveral making thousands of guests happy on every 7 day cruise. I was fortunate enough to be invited to one of the preview cruises. There were plenty of great opportunities to explore the ship and hear… Read More »Disney Fantasy – Executive Panel Discussion
Although the Disney Fantasy will be based out of Port Canaveral, Florida, it made one more stop in Europe before heading to New York City for its christening ceremony. Here’s a short video of the horn playing as the Fantasy departs Ponta Delgada in Azores,… Read More »Disney Fantasy stops in Portugal
A couple hundred Disney cast members, a bevy of specially invited press, hundreds of members of the public, and a few rather large rodents, greeted the arrival to Florida of the newest ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet this morning – The Disney Dream. Port Canaveral will be the home port for the ship that has been under construction for nearly two-years in Papenburg, Germany. For the most part The Dream will sail three, four, and five night cruises to the Bahamas. The initial cruise departs January 26th and there are still even a few cabins left on the second cruise as of this morning.
With the arrival of the Disney Dream to its homeport in Florida, preparations are underway for its inaugural cruises and events, including the traditional christening of the vessel. Other Disney Dream inaugural events include a Benefit Preview Cruise in support of Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida, sailing Jan. 21-23. I am currently planning to be aboard one of those preview cruises and attend the christening. So look for more on that in the coming weeks.