Take Disney Magic to the Seas

The magic of a Disney-themed experience is undeniable, and you can feel it in more ways than one with Global Discovery Vacations! You can go the traditional route at Walt Disney World and Disneyland, but have you considered taking a Disney cruise?

Prepare to be wowed by Disney magic and pleasantly surprised by all that’s included – aboard all four Disney Cruise Line ships!

7-Night Eastern Caribbean (Easter Cruise)

5-Night Western Caribbean

7-Night Alaskan Cruise

14-Night Eastbound Panama Canal Cruise

9-Night Mediterranean Cruise

From toddlers to teens, each has wondrous spaces dedicated to them, with oceans of activities, amazing entertainment and immersive Disney experiences. Disney Cruise Line kids’ programs feature some of the longest hours at sea—all complimentary—so you can enjoy some “we” time or some “me” time, knowing the kids are having a blast.

And that time could include art tours, cooking seminars or lounging at the adult-exclusive pool. You’ll cruise for five, seven, nine or 14 days with Global Discovery Vacations, so why not try them all?

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When the family comes together, it’s world-class Disney entertainment at every turn. And the magical details you’d expect from the cruise line that knows families best:

  • Broadway-caliber shows
  • Fireworks at sea
  • First-run films and
  • A dazzling variety of unique dining experiences.

You’ll find everything from Disney Character appearances to spacious staterooms and 24-hour room service along with complimentary soda, coffee and tea service at meals and up on deck. Disney Cruise Line even provides onboard phones during your voyage, so everyone can stay in touch.

To experience the magic of a Disney Cruise Line vacation, call your Cruise Consultant to reserve your cabin today at 800-879-7779!

Where would you spend your ideal Disney vacation? Let us know in the comments!

Photo credit: Disney Cruise Line.

Corey is a writer from Overland Park, KS, and has been with Global Discovery Vacations since September 2013. Once a sportswriter, he traveled the country and became proficient in airport security line etiquette and leaving items in hotel rooms.

6 thoughts on “Take Disney Magic to the Seas

  1. I have traveled on two Disney Cruises with other couples and no kids. It was wonderful. So clean. They have something for everyone. Very relaxing. If you are traveling with no children, they have an 18 and over pool area and no one is hardly in it. I love kids so you can join in deck parties and other things if you wish. Also, everyone puts their kids to bed so the boat is pretty quiet by 9 pm from our experience. No casino, but if you are looking to relax, enjoy the sunshine and get away, I would recommend trying Disney!

  2. I just took my first cruise on Disney Dream in early January to the Bahamas. Loved, loved, loved it! Traveled with husband and my two adult kids, 21 and 26. We all had so much fun, I hope I am not too spoiled! There were a lot of kids, but we are big kids too and love anything Disney. Don’t need casinos when I can watch Disney theater and first run movies.

  3. I too have experienced 2 Disney cruises with my family and both were excellent, among the best vacations I have ever taken. My first was on the Magic and this experience I would be delighted to repeat. I’m very excited to see Global now offering Disney cruise line options. I’m looking forward to booking another Disney cruise and hoping that by being a part of the Global Discovery network I’ll benefit more than I would by going to Disney directly.

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