Mickey Mouse fans nationwide will have greater access to Disney Cruises in May 2012, when the family-friendly line adds U.S. ports of call in New York, Galveston, and Seattle.
Cruises departing from New York will travel to the Bahamas, Canada and New England (a new Disney route), and around the New York area on a new, two-night trip. Passengers embarking in Galveston will visit the Caribbean, and ships leaving from Seattle will sail along the Alaskan and Pacific Coast.
Cruisers enjoy a host of family-friendly activities on the ship; choose from 3-D movie theaters, pools with shallow and deep ends, Disney princess and hero dress-up stations, live Disney shows, karaoke, and game arcades. Itineraries that reach Florida also shuttle passengers for free to and from Disney World and Disney Resorts.
Although most well known for sailing the Caribbean (including to Disney’s personal Bahamian island, Castaway Cay), Disney Cruise Line also travels through the azure waters of the Mediterranean Sea and along the rocky Alaskan coast (new for 2011).
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