Disney Cruise Lines

Written by Sarah Provost
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Disney Cruise Lines sends two captivating ships into the Caribbean: the Disney Magic and the Disney Wonder. As you would expect from a venture that bears the revered Disney name, these ships specialize in families with children. Both the destinations and the accommodations are carefully thought out to provide a dream vacation for the whole family.

There's Room for Everyone Aboard Disney Cruise Lines

Staterooms aboard the Disney ships are designed to accommodate three to five people. Almost all of them have either a split bath or a bath and a half, which comes in handy when a four-year-old's gotta go! Ample storage space is also a boon when traveling with children. You have to put those stuffed Mickeys somewhere.

Disney ships cruise the Bahamas and the Caribbean, where they stop at Disney's private 1,000-acre island. Shore excursions here include parasailing, snorkeling in crystal-clear lagoons, kayaking or sightseeing in a glass-bottomed boat. Or you could just choose to relax on the beach: there are separate beaches for kids, adults and families.

In the summer of 2005, Disney Cruise Lines will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Disneyland with a West Coast cruise, for a limited time only. The Disney Magic will depart from Southern California for a seven-day excursion to the Mexican Riviera, with stops at Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan and Cabo San Lucas. Disney Cruise Lines: the wonderful world of Disney at sea!


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