Disney Cruise Line is a cruise line owned by The Walt Disney Company. It was founded in 1995 and currently operates five ships: the Disney Wish, the Disney Magic, the Disney Wonder, the Disney Dream, and the Disney Fantasy.
Disney Cruise Line offers family-friendly cruises to various destinations around the world, including the Caribbean, Bahamas, Alaska, Europe, and more. The ships are designed with Disney theming and offer a variety of entertainment options, including live shows featuring Disney characters, movie screenings, youth clubs, adult-only areas, and dining experiences inspired by Disney stories.
The ships also offer a range of activities and amenities, such as pools, waterslides, sports courts, spas, and fitness centers. On some itineraries, Disney Cruise Line also offers exclusive experiences, such as visits to Disney-owned private islands or early access to Disney theme parks. Overall, Disney Cruise Line aims to provide a memorable and magical vacation experience for families and Disney fans of all ages.
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Disney Cruise Line Facts and Statistics
- Disney Cruise Line Website: disneycruise.disney.go.com
- Year Disney Cruise Line was Announced: 1996
- Year that the Disney Cruise Line Launched: 1998
- Disney Cruise Line Headquarters: Celebration, Florida
- Disney Cruise Line President: Thomas Mazioum
Number of ships in the Disney Cruise Line:
Last updated 10/1/16
Size of the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder:
Size of the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy:
Expected size of the Disney Wish:
Homeport for the Disney Cruise Line:
Port Canaveral, Florida
Flag State of the Disney Cruise Line:
Number of Disney Cruise Line employees:
Last updated 6/16/17
Size of the Disney-owned island, Castaway Cay:
Year that DCL’s newest destination, Lighthouse Point, is scheduled to open:
Disney Cruise Line was the first cruise line to display fireworks at sea.
The Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy are both longer than the Eiffel Tower is tall (1,115 ft to 986 ft).
Recent Disney Cruise Line News
- D23 Update: The latest Disney Cruise ship name has been revealed to be the Disney Adventure
- D23 Update: Disney has 3 new cruise ships in development as well as a new island destination, Lookout Key at Lighthouse Point
- Disney Cruise Line to Reveal All-New Disney Treasure on Aug. 30
- Disney Cruise Line Announces New Internet-Access Pricing Structure
- Disney Treasure: Latest Updates from Newest Disney Cruise Line Ship Debuting 2024
- Disney Files Patent for Improved Character Costume Visibility
- Fall 2024 and Early 2025 Disney Cruise Line Itineraries Announced
- Adventures by Disney Announces New Destinations, Including Colombia, the Country That Inspired Disney Animation’s ‘Encanto’
- Introducing DisneyBand+ Wearable Technology on Disney Cruise Line
- Disney Cruise Line’s recently acquired mega-ship will be based in Singapore