Experience Magic Firsthand By Planning a Disney Cruise Vacation

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Climb Aboard for a Magical Cruise Experience

You’ve heard of the Happiest Place on Earth, so why not try the Happiest Place at Sea? Imagine all the magic you’ve come to expect from the Disney theme parks condensed on-board a massive cruise ship.

Seeing as cruising is the fastest growing type of leisure travel in the world, more and more people are looking for themed cruises, or ones that offer a unique experience.

While Disney cruises are obviously the perfect choice for families, due to their all-inclusive nature and kid-friendly experience, they’ve also become a popular option among young adults and couples. Whether it’s embracing nostalgia or a full-fledged passion for all things Disney, you can find something for everyone aboard a Disney cruise line — regardless of their affinity for the brand.

Do we have you convinced? These Disney cruise tips will help you through the planning process and in getting the most out of your cruise experience!

Choosing A Cruise

Currently there are four different cruise ships that are part of the Disney brand — Magic, Wonder, Dream and Fantasy. Disney keeps things pretty uniform across their ships, but there are a few differences to consider.

Entertainment and Activities

Each ship has slightly different shows, shops, restaurants, bars and aquatic facilities. Wonder is the most basic of the bunch. It has the Frozen: A Musical Spectacular show, Marvel Superhero Academy, and a Princess and the Frog themed supper club called Tiana’s Place.

Magic has a few more unique offerings like the Marvel Day at Sea, which is an entire day of fun-filled, Marvel superhero themed activities and entertainment on select cruises. You can also enjoy Tangled: The Musical and Twice Charmed: An Original Twist on the Cinderella Story aboard Magic along with a few exclusive nightclubs and dining options.

There’s even a special single-rider water slide on Magic, called the Aquadunk, which is a see-through body slide that drops nearly three stories and will have you twisting and turning all over the ship.

Read the full article by Liana Minassian on Travel-Wise.com