Happy September and almost Fall CJT friends!
It’s Time to Talk about Disney Cruise Line
I wanted to focus this months newsletter about Disney Cruise Line…my favorite fleet of floating vessels. Currently, Disney Cruise Line has four ships that sail around the deep blue seas: Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, Disney Dream and the Disney Fantasy. However, two, yes TWO new Disney ships are being imagined right now with the anticipated completion in the years 2021 and 2023 respectively. The ship names and itineraries are still being considered. Knowing Disney, the sky is the limit! Disney’s first ship, the Disney Magic, entered the waters in 1998, and now, 18 years later, they are still adding to their fleet.
With the four ships in the Disney fleet, there are so many traveling opportunities: Alaskan cruises, Canadian cruises, Caribbean cruises (with stops in Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island), Bahamian Cruises, West Coast cruises, and even European cruises.
There’s so much included in your Disney Cruise as well. From entertaining Broadway style musicals to amazing kids’ clubs, to a variety of restaurants for every taste, not to mention 24 hour complimentary room service and all the soda, coffee and tea you could want up on the decks. Disney cruise line doesn’t just cater to children, there are features for adults only, too. Sometimes relaxing by the Adults only pool and signing up for a fabulous martini or truffle tasting class is all you need to relax and unwind.
The beauty of vacationing on Disney Cruises is that there are a multitude of ports to visit and shorter and/or longer cruises to fit most budgets. It’s a vacation where you can celebrate as a family and relish in the moment, savoring the memories for a lifetime. There’s something for everyone on a Disney Cruise too, no matter the age or activity level.
Disney Cruise Line itineraries are open for 2017!
Disney Cruises leave out of these ports:
Port Canaveral, FL
New York, NY
San Diego, CA
San Juan, Puerto Rico
There are cruises as short as 3 nights (3 night Bahamian cruises), to as long as 12 nights (12 night British Isles Cruises, 12 night Mediterranean and Greek Isles Cruises, 12 night Iceland and Norway cruises)
Putting together a Disney cruise can be overwhelming by yourself. If you’re considering a Disney cruise in the future, take the time to reach out to Coral Joy Travel. She can help answer all of your questions: “Do I need travel insurance?, How about a passport?, How do I plan Port adventures and onboard fun for my family?, Can we make travel easier?” Feel free to email Coral and ask her any questions you may have. firstname.lastname@example.org or give her a ring 845-214-4983. She’s cruised with Disney many times and works with Disney ALL of the time. If she doesn’t know the answer, she’ll find it out!
Disney Cruise Line
It’ll be your most buoyant vacation yet!