The Insider’s Guide to

Disney Cruise Line

Magical Moments
Family Oriented
World Class Service

Why Disney Cruise Line?

Disney Cruise Line brings the magic of their parks and resorts to the open seas. These cruises boast the same innovative engineering you'll find at their theme parks, so you know you'll have a unique cruising experience, from their water coaster to the transforming dining room. With plenty of multi-generational activities, everyone in your group can take away lasting Disney memories.

Families are attracted to a Disney Cruise because of the kid-friendly atmosphere, and that allows you as a parent to plan a stress-free vacation with ease that you and your children will love.

Child-at-heart? From first-run movies and adult-only options on board, you can indulge your inner child and enjoy adult time as well.


Woman in Princess Belle costume smiling with young girl

Magical Moments

The Walt Disney Company is known for creating enchanting memories within their theme parks or during their movies, and on board one of their cruises is no different. Whether meeting characters, watching a live performance of famous stories, or enjoying one of their theme-nights, you're sure to make magical moments on board for each member of your family.

Young boys dressed as pirates enjoying a live show with parents

Family Oriented

These ships and cruise itineraries were designed with families in mind. Their staterooms are spacious and able to accommodate multiple individuals, and the onboard activities offer fun for all ages. Along with lounging by the pool or watching a live performance, Disney Cruise Line offers families the gift of spending treasured time together.

Male cruise staff serving a mother and her son at dinner

World Class Service

Similar to the theme parks, Disney Cruises provide exceptional customer service. Crew members are ready to help with any request or question you might have with a smile. You'll find that their crew members go out of their way to do something small that will leave a lasting memory. It's part of the Disney magic.


Disney’s fleet consists of five midsize-to-large ships, each with a classic style and innovative technology. Each of the ships' horn, known as the Mickey Horn, play the intro of Pinocchio’s “When You Wish Upon a Star,” but the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy also play other recognizable tunes, such as “Do You Want to Build a Snowman” and “It’s a Small World.” These two newer ships are where you'll find AquaDuck, a 765-foot-long water coaster that's like nothing else at sea.

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