Each Disney Cruise Line ship has a different personality and different itineraries to tickle the fancy of any child, and those still children at heart. It’s good to know about each ship, especially Disney’s newest ship the Disney Fantasy.
The Disney Fantasy operates alternating Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries from Port Canaveral, Florida, ushering in many new features that appeals greatly to adults who may or may not be traveling with children. Disney vacations rank highly among honeymooners and retirees, so no longer is Disney associated with only growing families.
With Disney there is more to see and do, and the Fantasy does not disappoint. It operates weeklong cruises, which means more entertainment and activities to keep passengers busy. Two new production shows are available, “Disney Wishes” and “Disney’s Aladdin- A Musical Spectacular”, in addition to their nightly shows in the theater and outside on deck.
Kids are what make Disney so light hearted and fun, and the Disney Fantasy caters to them as well. The Oceaneer Club and Oceaneer Lab are programs made for kid’s ages 3 to 10. There’s also a club for tweens 11 to 13; Edge features a dance floor, notebook computers and karaoke. Also there’s a child spa that offers treatments for teens 13 to 17.
There are also secluded spaces designated just for adults, and this is one of many things Disney prides itself with. There’s an 18 and over nightlife area called Europa. Skyline features changing views of European cities, while Ooh La La, a champagne bar plays to your more sophisticated side. Also the La Piazza, a lounge inspired by city squares in Italy; O’Grills Pub, an Irish bar; and The Tube, a nightclub and dance space with a Britain and London underground feel.
For the food enthusiast, fine dining can also be enjoyed. Remy, a French restaurant features a two Michelin star chef. Palo the Northern Italian restaunt that is now on all Disney ships is also a fine dining option.
After bar hopping and gourmet dining, you can treat yourself to Senses Spa, which features 2,500 square foot gym, and 17 treatment rooms. The new Satellite Sun Deck and Quite Cove Pool is also another adult relaxing option. Satellite Falls is a round shallow pool with benches and gentle falling rain-just enough to make everyone fully relaxed and forget their on a ship.
Disney Fantasy also offers some high-tech entertainment. There are special surprises at every corner, for example, the Animator’s Palate restaurant featuring a show while enjoying dinner. The new show “Animation Magic” is available on all ships. Watch your own art come alive at dessert time. A new set of 20 pieces of Enchanted Art hangs throughout the Fantasy as well. The pictures come to life as guests approach. The AquaLab is also new, and gives the kids a place to play on deck 12.
The accommodations are another great reason to explore the Disney Cruise Line experience. 88 percent of staterooms and suites have outside views, and 901 staterooms have verandas. Many have the Disney trademark split baths, queen-size bed, convertible sofa, and bathtub with shower.
Disney ships are great for honeymooners, families, as well as couples, and retirees. Don’t let the name fool you. Disney is made for everyone at every age.
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Written by Deidre Niece, Travel Writer for Eva’s Best Travel and Cruises, excerpts from Agent@Home. Photos from Google Images