Disney Cruise Line Wins with USA Today Readers

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Disney Cruise Line wins with USA Today readers
Date: 05/06/2015

It’s no secret that Walt Disney Parks and Resorts destinations cater to kids and kids at heart. And when it comes to Disney Cruise Line, the special touches like rotational dining, roomy staterooms, family friendly entertainment and half a deck dedicated to youth activities on each ship – among countless other features – make sailing with Disney a memorable and hassle-free experience for all.

Readers of USA Today agree, having recently voted all four Disney Cruise Line ships – the Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy, Disney Wonder and Disney Magic – among its top 10 “Best Cruise Ships for Families,” as part of its10Best Readers’ Choice awards.

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The Disney Dream took home first place honors in the category, and Disney ships snagged three of the top five spots on the list. The balloting was conducted among 20 ships selected by both USA Today editors and cruise industry experts, with USA Today readers selecting their favorites over four weeks of voting.

The exciting news comes on the heels of Disney Cruise Line announcing new experiences awaiting Guests aboard the Disney Dream after the ship undergoes dry dock enhancements this fall, including new interactive youth areas themed to “Star Wars” and “Disney Infinity,” plus the popular Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique and a whimsical new sweet shop.

Disney Cruise Line announces 2015 Itineraries

Article by Christi Erwin Donnan, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts

Today [March 26th], Disney Cruise Line announced their Summer 2015 itineraries, including a new course for northern Europe that explores the Norwegian fjords, Iceland and the Farhoe Islands for the first time. The summer itineraries will also include a return to the Baltic with sailings from Copenhagen, Denmark to St. Petersburg, Russia, as well as cruises to the Mediterranean, Alaska, Caribbean and Bahamas.


Check out the above link for a glimpse at some of the exciting places Disney Cruise Line is sailing for the first time ever!