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 of Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa; the Deck the Halls Holiday Party featuring a tropical holiday celebration; and ‘Til We Meet Again which is a holiday version of the final night farewell.
Guests sailing on the Very Merrytime Cruise on Thanksgiving Day will have a chance to dine on a Thanksgiving feast and visit with Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse who are dressed in their Thanksgiving attire.
Football fans will be able to watch the big Turkey Day games on the ships’ jumbo LED screens near the family pools.
On Christmas Day, Santa Claus and his elves have surprises planned for all the kids and a traditional Christmas dinner will be served in the dining rooms. Christmas services will be held on Christmas Day in addition to a midnight Mass on Christmas Eve. Hanukkah services are planned each day from December 16 through December 24.
The New Year’s Eve voyages include a special New Year’s Eve party.
The Very Merrytime Cruises happen on the Disney Magic’s seven-night Western Caribbean cruises from November 23 until December 28; on the Disney Wonder’s four- and five-night Bahama cruises and Caribbean cruises from November 23 until December 30; on the Disney Dream’s three- and four-night Bahama cruises from November 24 until December 29; and on the Disney Fantasy’s seven-night Eastern Caribbean cruises from November 22 through December 27.