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Disney Cruise Line Ranked No. 1 for Five Consecutive Years

Disney Cruise Line was recognized as the No. 1 Mega-Ship Cruise Line in Travel + Leisure World's Best Awards for Families 2013, making it the fifth consecutive year to be ranked in the top spot. The World's Best Awards for Families winners were selected by Travel + Leisure readers who participated in a survey and rated cruise ships on how well they cater to families. 

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Disney Fantasy

Disney Fantasy is Fun for Everyone
Though the Dream and Fantasy are physical twins, their itineraries differentiate these ships—the Dream handling the three and four-day trips to the Bahamas, the Fantasy handling the seven and eight-day journeys to the Caribbean. Both ships have 14 decks and 1,250 staterooms, and can accommodate 4,000 passengers and 1,450 cast and crew members.

The Fantasy and its extended sailings allow passengers to truly enjoy all the ship has to offer—and it offers quite a lot. The Fantasy has three main restaurants and two specialty restaurants: Remy, which features exquisite French cuisine, and Palo, an edible homage to Italy. Cabana’s features upscale, eclectic fare served buffet style (a good choice for breakfast). There’s also a row of quick-serve eateries where passengers can grab a quick cheeseburger, hot dog, wrap, etc., and an all-you-can-eat ice cream bar. Fountain drinks and coffee are available 24/7 on the main deck, and passengers can also enjoy room service 24 hours a day.

The Fantasy also contains the Buena Vista Theatre, a full-size movie house with 3D capabilities, as well as the Walt Disney Theater that hosts Broadway-style shows each night. There’s a fitness facility and full-service spa with special “teen spa” area. Teens can also enjoy their own space onboard in Vibe, a hip indoor/outdoor interactive “teen cave” that offers a variety of options for kids to make new friends, watch movies, soak, snack, or just chill. Grown-ups will enjoy the entire aft third, or tail, of the ship for themselves, with adults-only pools, coffee shops, bars, clubs, and more.

Families can bond at D Lounge, an entertainment center with family activities such as karaoke and game show-style entertainment. But perhaps the greatest place on the entire ship is the Oceaneer’s Club/Lab, a multi-station children’s activity respite where kids can really cut loose. While infants and toddlers are welcomed at the It’s A Small World Nursery, the bigger kids can explore a world of fun including Monster’s Academy, Disney’s Explorer Pod, the Media Room, the Animator’s Studio, the Wheelhouse, the Sound Studio, and the Craft Studio.

Disney’s Castaway Cay is without a doubt the best place at which the ship anchors. This multi-beach wonderland offers swimming, snorkeling, boating, diving, structured activities, and more—all set among the beautiful turquoise waters of the Caribbean.

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Disney Magic


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Disney Cruise Line® is thrilled to share exciting news! Disney Magic® is about to get even more magical with new spaces and enhancements coming aboard this fall to delight kids, adults and families.

Youth Clubs
In the all-new Disney's Oceaneer Club, kids can…

  • Unleash their inner super hero in Marvel's Avengers Academy.
  • Enjoy larger-than-life Disney·Pixar Toy Story fun in Andy's Room, play games with Mickey & pals in Mickey Mouse Club and explore Tinker Bell's magical world in Pixie Hollow.

Up on Deck

  • Drop in on the new AquaDunk - a breathtaking waterslide that begins with a near-vertical plunge!
  • Kids can loop their way to a watery splashdown on the new Twist n' Spout waterslide and conduct water experiments at AquaLab.
  • Toddlers will love Nephews' Splash Zone, a bubbly water playground.

Dining

  • Hungry? Head for Carioca's, a new restaurant inspired by the colorful culture of Brazil.
  • Enjoy Animator's Palate updated look with new animation-adorned walls, high-definition flat screens, plus the addition of the popular "Animation Magic" dinner show.
  • Stop by Cabanas - a new casual dining experience themed to the Australian setting of the Disney·Pixar animated classic "Finding Nemo."
  • The popular adult-only restaurant, Palo, receives a makeover with stylish décor inspired by Venice.

Adult Entertainment
Prepare for some amazing nights in the all-new entertainment district, After Hours, exclusively for adults.

  • Fathoms night club is a celebration of the sea that utilizes special effects, lighting and sound to create different atmospheres from early evening to night.
  • Keys piano bar and lounge offers a more low-key nighttime experience for Guests.
  • Pub days of olde are recalled in O'Gills, an Irish pub and sports bar designed with traditional décor.

To book your Disney cruise, call a AAA Travel professional toll-free 1-888-870-9408 or visit your local AAA office.

*Excludes government taxes and fees of approximately $80 per person for Western Caribbean cruises (all amounts subject to change). Gratuities and port adventures are not included. Category 11C standard inside staterooms can accommodate up to three guests about the Disney Magic. The number of staterooms allocated for this offer is limited. The offer cannot be combined with any other special offers or discounts. Rates are in U.S. dollars. Offer subject to Disney Cruise Line terms and conditions.