Family Cruises Top 10 Reasons for a Disney Cruise

Family Cruises Top 10 Reasons for a Disney Cruise

Author: Trent Ladle
If you haven't had the opportunity you should look into family cruises. There is no better cruise line for family cruises than Disney Cruise Line. Here are my top 10 reasons for a Disney Cruise:

1. For Children Under Age 12
Every child needs to experience the magic of Disney family cruises. This is a special experience that will forever be remembered and never forgotten. A Disney Cruise is the easiest way for your child to get that special one-on-one character experience.

2. For Teenagers
The Disney Cruise offers a complete guest experience for teenage travelers. Each Disney ship has a club that is for teenagers only; this allows you to provide your teenager with a great vacation knowing that Mickey Mouse and his pals are watching out over them.

3. Family Cruises Fun for the Whole Family
Don't leave the kids behind with the Grandparents. You can send the kids to the children's program while you enjoy yourself poolside. The family can join back up for dinner or shore excursions.

4. Provides Alone Time for Parents
While the kids are having a ball at the kid's clubs, there is plenty on board for Mom and Dad to do. Parents can visit the coffee shop, the pool, the health club, or the nightclub. If your kids need you, the kid's club counselors will page you.

5. Offers Fine Dining
Food presentation is key when you eat your meals in the dining rooms of Disney family cruises. If you would rather have something less formal, have chicken fingers or hamburgers poolside. Try the adults-only formal restaurant, Palo; you won't be disappointed.

6. On-board Entertainment
You won't find better entertainment in the cruise industry than on Disney Cruise Line. Each ship features their own exclusive shows while a few shows are performed on all four Disney ships. You'll be entertained as classic Disney characters perform these Broadway style shows. If you would rather watch a movie, check out the Buena Vista theater which shows new-release movies in an intimate theatre setting.

Want to catch some sun while watching a movie? That is possible too on the Disney family cruises via the outdoor LED Funnel Vision screen (also known as the Dumbo-tron or Aerial Vision). Visit Studio Sea, where the entire family can participate in game shows and karaoke.

7. Visit Breathtaking Destinations
Caribbean Disney family cruises feature an exclusive stop at their own private island; Castaway Cay. Other stops include St. Thomas/St. John, Nassau, Grand Cayman, Playa Del Carmen, Cozumel, Alaska, Puerto Vallarta, Cabo San Lucas, the Mediterranean, and many other exotic locations.

8. For Spring Break
Spring Break on a Disney Cruise is an excellent idea for college students. Reward them with a Disney Cruise and don't worry about them causing trouble in the typical college Spring Break destinations.

9. Visit Castaway Cay
As previously mentioned, Castaway Cay is Disney's own private island located in the Bahamas. Nobody should stay on board during the port visit to Castaway Cay. The kid's clubs are located on the island, there is a teens-only beach, a family beach and an exclusive adults-only beach. Enjoy your lunch at Cookie's Barbecue and finish it with an ice cream cone.

10. Those Who Have Never Cruised
If you have never cruised before, you have to take a Disney Cruise. Once you've been on Disney Cruise Line, you won't want to sail on any other cruise line. Disney's amazing customer service is visible all throughout the ships.
Regardless of which of the Disney family cruises you select, you will have a great family vacation!

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Trent Ladle runs We're Dreaming of Disney, a Disney-themed blog about his family's Disney vacations. Save money on your Disney vacation by reading his Disney Money Saving Tips. Description: Family Cruises Top 10 Reasons for a Disney Cruise
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Alex Quinn 82 said...

I have always thought about taking a Disney cruise but never seemed to have gotten to it. My family and I always head down and stay at the Orlando resorts close to Disney World to get the Disney experience. The last time we went we were able to attend the food and wine festival in Epcot which was an additional bonus for me. ( considering I love wine tasting). After reading this I plan to take a cruise because of the benefits from points 1 and 2 on your post. I love all things travel and I was wondering if you have any social accounts I could follow ?

Zain Cruises said...

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