The Disney Cruise Line

So you’ve heard about and always dreamed of going on a Disney Cruise. Not to worry, I’ve got everything you need to know and more. The Disney Cruise Line currently consists of two ships, the Disney Magic (1998) and the Disney Wonder (1999), as well as Disneys very own private island in the Bahamas, Castaway Cay. This beautiful island was designed as an exclusive Port of Call for the Disney Cruise Line. Fun Fact: The Disney Magic and its stern were built in two different countries and were then welded together. The homeport of these two 83,000 ton ships is Port Canaveral, located 56 miles from Orlando, Florida. But that’s about to change in 2011 when the Disney Wonder will be moved to California to it’s new homeport, the Port of Los Angeles. The home port of the Disney Magic will continue to be Port Canaveral along with two brand new,4,000 capacity and 128,000 ton ships. The Disney Dream will take it’s first sail on January 26, 2011 and will be followed by the Disney Fantasy in 2012. As the fleet grows, the ships grow. These two ships are the next generation of cruise ships. Get ready to be blown away when you see the Disney Dream! Ride on Aquaduck, the first watercoaster at sea. Start high up above the ship and slide down a clear tube that will take you out over the ocean itself

Go on a ride through the Disney Fantasy’s AquaDuck:


Taylor Goldblatt

After years of research, travel, and dreams, I have created this website for people like you who want to experience the things that only America can offer. My passion is to explore and share America's greatest destinations and attractions. Follow me on Twitter @USCityTraveler for additional travel tips and ideas.

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