If you have ever been on a Disney Cruise Line cruise, you know it is a magical experience with the best, family-friendly entertainment, delectable meals and whimsical character meets. But how does Disney compare to other cruise lines?
Disney Cruise Line was recognized as the #1 Top Large Cruise Line in the world by Conde Nast Traveler. Readers rated Disney Cruise Line #1 out of over 400 ships across multiple cruise line companies. Conde Nast Traveler Reader’s Choice award is one of the greatest recognitions of excellence in the travel industry.
Disney blends cruising with a touch of magic like nobody can. Almost all of the Caribbean cruises involve a stop at Disney Cruise Line’s award winning private island Castaway Cay. Disney Cruise Line also has seasonal sailings to Alaska and Europe. The Disney Wonder will be starting a new itinerary in 2020 departing from New Orleans.
Disney Cruise Line President, Jeff Vahle, said
Being recognized once again by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler is a source of great pride for our team, whether they make their magic on our ships, at our private island Castaway Cay or behind the scenes. This award speaks to their commitment to always going above and beyond – and making every guest’s experience truly special.
Disney is making guests experiences even greater in the next few years by adding to their fleet. Three new ships are joining the fleet, with one of the three ships coming each year starting in 2021! The Disney Wish will be the fifth ship to join the fleet.
KtP Note: Disney cruises may seem expensive to the first time cruiser or someone used to cruising on a cheaper line. However, the first class service is worth every penny on a Disney Cruise. Also, you get the beautiful Castaway Cay on Caribbean Cruises and Pirate night!
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Source and Photo Credit: Disney Parks Blog