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 pools.
Special events planned during the Very Merrytime Cruises include Mickey’s Tree-Lighting Magic, Santa’s Winter Wonderland Ball, Holiday Storytime with the stories of Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanza, Deck the Deck Holiday Party, and more.
A special Christmas Eve midnight mass is planned and there will also be Christmas day services. On Christmas morning Santa and his helpers will have a surprise for all the kids. A traditional Christmas dinner will be served in the dining rooms.
Hanukkah services will be held each day from December 6-14.
The Very Merrytime Cruises are on the Disney Magic from November 11 through December 23, on the Disney Wonder from November 6 to December 24, on the Disney Dream from November 9 to December 24, and on the Disney Fantasy from November 14 to December 19.