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Now you can enjoy that Disney magic on the high seas! The Disney Cruise Line is actually comprised of two ships, the Disney Wonder and the Disney Magic. Both ships offer a wide range of accommodations, everything from whimsically designed staterooms (even the smallest of which are larger than those on most other ships) to luxurious two-bedroom two-and-a-half bath suites complete with media library, a Jacuzzi tub and a baby grand piano!

The Disney Cruise Line sails to the Bahamas, the Caribbean and the Mediterranean. Trips range from 4 to 14 days and most stop at Disney's private island, Castaway Cay (the exceptions are a few of the Mediterranean cruises which originate in Europe, all other cruises sail out of Port Canaveral).

On Castaway Cay you'll find lots of activities for a fun filled day under the sun. You can also relax on any one of four private beaches, each one geared for a different age group (kids, teens, families, and adults only).

You'll also find lots of entertainment and fine dining on board. Activities include shuffleboard (of course!), ping-pong, jogging, an arcade, basketball, badminton, volleyball, and three heated pools (there's a shallow pool for kids, a pool for families, and a quiet pool with two whirlpools just for grown-ups). Entertainment includes nightly shows, movies, and nightclubs. You can also relax in any one of the beautifully themed lounges or at the Vista Pool and Spa (offering massages, body treatments, hydrotherapy and other personalized services).

For an extra magical trip, plan a few days at Walt Disney World followed by a Disney Cruise. It's a trip of a lifetime that you'll never forget!

For more information be sure to visit the Disney Cruise Line Official Site.


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