And just in time to help you plan for that Thanksgiving or Christmas cruise, Disney Cruise Line has announced that the 2014 Very Merrytime Cruises will take place from late November through the end of December.
The Very Merrytime Cruises include special events for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
The Thanksgiving Day sailings include a full Thanksgiving feast , and football fans will have a chance to see the big Turkey Day games on the ships’ outdoor jumbo LED screen.
Other special events during the Very Merrytime Cruises include King Triton’s Tree Lighting Ceremony in the atrium lobby on the first night of each cruise, building gingerbread houses, meeting Santa Claus, youth holiday crafts, and holiday storytellers.
And just because guests are at sea on Christmas morning doesn’t mean Santa won’t find them! In fact, Santa and his elves will have a surprise for all the children at the atrium lobby tree, and a Christmas dinner will be served in the dining rooms. Guests can celebrate with a midnight Mass on Christmas Eve, and there will be Hanukkah services each day from December 16-24.
During the Very Merrytime Cruises, stops at Castaway Caw will include “snow flurries,” a Christmas tree, and holiday island music.
The Very Merrytime Cruises are planned for The Disney Magic from November 23 through December 28, the Disney Wonder from November 23 through December 30, the Disney Dream from November 24 through December 29, and the Disney Fantasy from November 22 until December 27.