Disney Cruise Line

Five magical ships, one world to explore

Did you know you can sail to the Norwegian Fjords on a Disney Cruise?

Disney Cruise Line currently has five ships (the Disney Treasure, ship number 6, will have its Maiden Voyage in December 2024) in which you can explore multiple destinations around the world. The ships mainly set sail from the United States, with Port Cañaveral and Fort Lauderdale, Florida, as its two main ports. Other ports in the USA (they only operate during certain months of the year) are in Galveston, New Orleans, and San Diego.

Deluxe experience for families

Disney Cruise Line is an excellent option for parents who want to explore the world in a luxurious, comfortable, family environment with their children. There are no casinos, alcohol packages, or shopping mall vibe in Disney ships. Instead, there are spectacular Broadway style shows, truly sensational and uncomparable kids clubs, family lounges, adult zones, deck parties and of course, many occasions to interact with Captain Mickey Mouse and his friends!

Disney Cruises are best when planned ahead of time

Disney Cruise Line announces their itineraries fifteen to eighteen months prior to sailing. Due to their huge popularity, and the fact that there are only five ships, sailings get fully booked much faster than most other cruise lines. This is particularly true in high demand itineraries (like Hawaii or Greek Isles) or during USA school holidays.

Disney Cruise Line

Let’s quote your cruise with Captain Mickey Mouse!