The Disney Corporation owns the Disney Cruise Line and all of its ships.
The Disney Cruise Ships travel to places outside the USA.
Yes they do.
That depends which Disney destination you choose: Cruise Ship: $3,000 Castaway Cay: $4,000
Disney's Disney Cruise Line is comprised of several ships, each with her own name. The newest and largest is the Disney Dream, her sister ship being the Disney Wonder. The first was the Disney Magic, a ship fashioned after early 1920's ships.
No. When you board a Disney Cruise Ship, everyone gathers into the auditorium for a safety lesson similar to the ones on airplanes.
The main difference between the Disney Dream and Disney Magic cruise ships are the size. The Dream can accommodate 4,000 passengers in 1,250 staterooms while the Magic can accommodate 2,700 passengers.
Yes, Disney will expand for a 5th ship. Disney Cruise Line Cast Members will tell that Disney plans to create 6 ships in total.
Yes, the have two different types of plush toys aboard the Disney Cruise ships. They have the normal, everyday Mickey and Friends, and then they have the Mickey Crew dressed up in nautical outfits.
Not exactly. They have different water amusements.