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Disney Cruises: The Beginners Guide

To experience the best possible mix of high-class entertainment for adults and fun-packed, exciting events for children, there is surely no better option than Disney Line Cruise.

Disney Cruises

Disney Cruises

Returning to Europe after a year’s absence, the Disney Cruise Line hopes to entice a British clientele with world-class entertainment to please both the parents and kids, at a smaller scale than the theme parks.

As it has been around for some time now, Disney Magic, has obviously accumulated some wear and tear, typical of any much-loved ship. However, according to virginholidayscruises.co.uk’s blog, a major refurbishment of Disney Magic is on the way too, meaning by the time British customers take the cruise it should be back up to scratch.

The liner carries a 977-seat theatre that claims to be five times more technically advance than the best Broadway counterparts; exciting Pirate of the Caribbean pool parties featuring firework displays; water slides, meet and greats, 3D cinemas and all action activities for the best in family entertainment.

If you fancy a break from the kids, clubs for children up to 17 years are well executed and highly entertaining for kids of all ages. The teenagers club is set to resemble a New York loft space, with wide screen TV’s, and massive surround sound systems. All of the clubs are extremely security conscience with highly trained and attentive staff, meaning you can be rest assured your little one is well catered for.

For the grownups, the liner includes over-18 nightclubs and bars, adult-only swimming pools, spas, gyms, Costa Coffee-style cafes, and a speciality Italian restaurant. This shows that Disney have taken the time to consider the fact that cruise ships can be restrictive, and have provided a space for the parents to have a break, as well as the children.

If you’re a first time cruiser, the Telegraph has the best in tips and tricks to help you fully embrace your stay on the ship, but here are some of the basics to keep in mind:

  • The later dinner/earlier show will be much quieter if you’re looking to relax.
  • Don’t feel obligated to leave the ship in every port, as the ship will become a lot quieter so you can experience the water slides and pools in peace.
  • Bring something for the characters to sign at the beginning of the cruise, and get a free, unique souvenir to take home with you.

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