Disney Cruise Line Cruises
Launching in 2024, Disney Treasure has a whole host of innovative and extraordinary features, including the impressive Grand Hall.View Cruises
Disney Dream 2024 Southampton Sailings
Disney Dream is departing from Southampton in 2024 with extraordinary itineraries that include 3, 4, and 5 night sailings.View Cruises
The latest addition to the Disney Cruise Line fleet, Disney Wish will set sail in 2022, offering magical cruises to delight guests of all ages.View Cruises
With pools, waterslides and areas for younger guests, everyone can make a splash during their Disney cruise.View Cruises
Senses Spa and Salon
For a truly relaxing holiday, be sure to book yourself in for a luxurious treatment or new hair style at the onboard spa and salon.View Cruises
No matter where you choose to sail, the magic of Disney will delight the whole family.View Cruises
Cruises with Disney Cruise Line
If you're looking for the voyage of a lifetime, take to the seas with Disney Cruise Line for a cruise guaranteed to be an adventure for guests of all ages. Whether you're a first time cruiser, a seasoned traveller or taking the family on a holiday they won't forget in a hurry, your time with Disney Cruise Line will be truly special from start to finish.
Disney Cruise Line Cruise Deals
19 August 2024
Ultimate Family Spain Cruise from Southampton£1,301 pp
21 December 2023
Very Merrytime Western Caribbean from Fort Lauderdale with Miami Beach Stay£3,779 pp
23 August 2024
Ultimate Family Spain Cruise from Southampton£1,273 pp
24 June 2024
Greek Isles, Italy & Turkey from Rome£4,275 pp
25 July 2024
Southern Caribbean from Port Canaveral£3,304 pp
12 July 2024
Italy & French Riviera from Barcelona£1,957 pp
10 June 2024
Greek Isles & Italy from Rome£2,450 pp
20 November 2024
Eastern Caribbean from Port Canaveral with Orlando Stay£3,179 pp
04 December 2024
Eastern Caribbean from Port Canaveral with Orlando Stay£3,079 pp
Disney Cruise Line: Life on-board
- Total cruises 117
- Fleet: 4 Ships
- Destinations: 13
No matter where in the world they are sailing, guests can expect the ultimate in memorable onboard activities themed around their favourite characters, as well as shore excursions that will take you to the heart of each port of call.
Disney Cruise Line Ships
On their fleet of inviting ships, Disney expertly combines the elegance of a luxury ocean liner reminiscent of the golden era of cruising with state-of-the-art facilities to ensure that guests travel the world in comfort and style.
Disney Cruise Line ship classes explained
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Disney Cruise Line's Castaway Cay
Disney Cruise Line’s popular private island, Castaway Cay is full to the brim with extraordinary activities, places to relax and lots of places to get delicious food! Find out more information about Disney Cruise Line’s beautiful island of Castaway Cay on our blog - 7 Private islands you can get to on a cruise holiday.
Customer reviews for Disney Cruise Line
As it was advertised as a frozen cruise it would have been nice to have had a show in the theatre frozen themed. We have a 35 year old daughter with learning difficulties and there was little opportunity to see the frozen characters. The restaurants were very good for food and service but only one had any character presence (rapunzels banquet), it would have been nice to see characters in the other restaurants.
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Disney Cruise Line have a fairly relaxed approach to attire onboard. The dress code is casual, however, most dining locations do not permit swimwear and tank tops. Palo and Remy guests should adhere to a formal dress code, such as cocktail dresses and suits. Jeans are not permitted at Remy.
Yes, Disney Cruise Line have an onboard network, allowing guests to use their phones for calls, texts, and data. The signal can be intermittent while travelling on international waters, however, and it is advisable to speak to your phone provider before travel to see if they can provide an at-sea package in order to avoid nasty charges.
Guests are permitted to bring some small electrical items such as a hairdryer or shaver, however anything larger such as an electric blanket, iron, or bottle warmers are not allowed.
After you have checked in online your documents and luggage tags will be sent to you via post, or you can access and print them from the Disney Cruise Line website.
Each guest can bring two pieces of luggage plus a carry-on item. Disney Cruise Line do not have a weight limit for luggage, however it is important to check those of your airline if you will be flying before or after joining the ship.
Through Rotational Dining, guests will be able to dine at all three of the themed dining venues onboard.
Guests with special dietary requirements should declare this at the time of booking, and once onboard. Disney Cruise Line are able to cater to vegetarian, sugar free, dairy free and gluten-free diets.
There are no restaurants open 24 hours a day. However, room service is available at all times.
It's best to request your preferred dining time at the time of booking, as unfortunately changing this onboard is not guaranteed.
A US-standard bottle of beer is around $5, and a glass of wine can be anything from $6 to $10.
Disney Cruise Line offer fantastic kid's clubs for a range of age groups onboard, each providing fun activites.
- Oceaneer Club and Oceaneer Lab - 3 to 12 year olds
- Edge - 11 to 14 yar olds
- Vibe - 15 to 17 year olds
You can cruise with Disney Cruise Line as long as you have not yet entered - and will not enter while onboard - your 24th week of pregnancy.
There are kids' menus available in all table-service restaurants, with child-friendly meals also served in the Oceaneer Club and Lab.
No, children's activities are included in the price of the cruise.
It's possible to request a convertible cot/playpen to be placed in your stateroom, and to use one of Disney Cruise Line's prams - subject to availability. High chairs are available in all restaurants.