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[18 Jul 2018 | No Comment | ]
Very Merrytime Cruises this Fall on Disney Cruise Line

This fall the Disney Cruise Line ships will once again deck the halls for the Very Merrytime Cruises.
The cruises sail beginning in early November and feature holiday fun for the whole family.
Some of the holiday events include: Mickey’s Magical Tree Lighting, Santa’s Winter Wonderland Ball, Deck the Deck Holiday Party, building gingerbread houses, visiting with Santa, decorating cookies, and even special activities on shore at Castaway Cay including “snow flurries.”
Additional festivities include Thanksgiving dinner, football games on the jumbo screens, Christmas morning surprises, and more.
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[22 Nov 2017 | No Comment | ]
Very Merrytime Cruises Begin on Disney Cruise Line this Month

It’s the holiday season on the high seas at the Very Merrytime Cruises begin on the Disney Cruise Line ships.
The ships have decked all the … decks, and guests can enjoy a lot of special holiday-themed events throughout the season.
A few of the fun events are: “Deck the Deck with Mickey and Friends” deck parties; story time with Santa and Mrs. Claus; festive holiday eats and drinks; special feasts on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day; building a gingerbread house; and more.
Guests can also soak up the sun at Castaway Cay which …

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[30 Jun 2016 | No Comment | ]
Celebrate the Holidays at Sea with Disney Cruise Line

This fall and winter you can celebrate the holidays – Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas – on board select Disney Cruise Line ships.
Halloween on the High Seas takes place on most sailings on the Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy, and Disney Magic in September and October.
The celebration includes Halloween-themed parties, entertainment, décor, and The Pumpkin Tree. Guests can enjoy Mickey’s Mouse-querade Party, A Nightmare Before Christmas – Sing and Scream movie experience, Haunted Stories of the Sea, Creepy Cabaret, and more.
The Disney Dream sails three- and four-night cruises to the Bahamas departing …

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[6 Oct 2015 | No Comment | ]
Disney Cruise Line Celebrating the Holidays with Very Merrytime Cruises

Believe it or not, the holiday season is just around the corner and Disney Cruise Line is getting ready to celebrate with its Very Merrytime Cruises.
The holiday cruises start November 6 on the Disney Wonder and continue throughout the season with Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve celebrations planned.
On Thanksgiving Day guests on board Disney Cruise Line ships will enjoy a Thanksgiving Day feast with visits from Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse. And, the NFL football games will be broadcast live on the ships’ outdoor LED screens near the family …

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[19 Aug 2014 | No Comment | ]
Celebrate the Winter Holidays on the High Seas with Disney Cruise Line

It might be back-to-school time on the calendar but it’s never too early to start thinking about a holiday cruise on the Disney Cruise Line.
Starting in late November guests can enjoy the Very Merrytime Cruises on the Disney Wonder, Disney Dream, or Disney Fantasy. The celebrations include traditional “turkey day” meals, Christmas feasts, snow flurries, and New Year’s Eve celebrations.
The Very Merrytime Cruises include: King Triton’s Tree Lighting Ceremony in the atrium lobby on the first night at sea; family holiday activities; youth holiday crafts; holiday storytellers who share tales …

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[19 Jul 2013 | No Comment | ]
Sail Away During the Holiday Season with Disney Cruise Lines

Even though most of the country is in the grips of a heat wave, it’s never too early to start thinking about a winter holiday cruise with Disney Cruise Line.
This winter the ships will be deck their halls with magical holiday cheer for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s.
Guests who are sailing on Thanksgiving Day will enjoy a Thanksgiving feast and Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, and friends will be dressed in traditional Thanksgiving attire. In addition to the food, the Turkey Day NFL games will be broadcast live on the ships’ …