Disney Cruise Line

Making the decision to take your vacation to the high seas is the first step. But what then? If you are reading this you are already contemplating picking the Disney Cruise Line (DCL) to be your home away from home. I can assure you if you pick DCL you will not be disappointed.

Why choose DCL?  There are so many reasons why I love Disney over all other vacation options. DCL is more expensive then other cruise lines, and in some cases it is quite a bit more expensive. However, the value you receive from choosing Disney is enormous. These include, superior top notch service, beautiful state of the art ships and rotational dining. This does not include all of the Disney touches, characters, Broadway caliber nightly shows and more.

Here you will find multiple posts, that are being added to and updated based on my experiences.

Our Most Recent Trip

Our Disney cruise in January 2015 was the first I had taken as the bank roller, planner and mother. Right out of the gate I was shocked (even though I shouldn’t have been) to find out I was a Silver Member. The Disney machine is an amazing thing and even though my last cruise was in 2000, with my parents under my maiden name, they knew who I was and that I deserved the title of Silver Member (giving us perks throughout our cruise). Before we booked and then for months afterwards I poured over anything I could find on Pinterest regarding cruising the Disney Magic and Disney cruising in general. Hopefully my thoughts can help you feel at ease with your vacation choice and build you anticipation, because it truly is a trip of a lifetime. 

Cruise Specifics: Disney Magic, 7 Day Western Caribbean, Itinerary C, Port Canaveral

  • Port Canaveral
  • At Sea
  • Cozumel, Mexico
  • Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
  • Falmouth, Jamaica
  • At Sea
  • Castaway Cay
  • Port Canaveral

Room Type: Interior Stateroom, Deck 6

Our Next Planned Cruise

Cruise Specifics: Disney Fantasy, 7 Day Eastern Caribbean, Itinerary D, Port Canaveral

  • Port Canaveral
  • At Sea
  • At Sea
  • Tortola, British Virgin Islands
  • St. Thomas/St. John’s, US Virgin Islands
  • At Sea
  • Castaway Cay
  • Port Canaveral

Room Type: Interior Stateroom, Deck 9, Category 11A


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