A regular Disney Cruise Line voyage is already magical, but enjoying one during the holiday season can be even more special. For 2016, Disney plans to reprise its Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah and New Year celebrations across the fleet into 2017.
Here’s what to expect of the festivities.
The Disney Wonder will be undergoing an extensive reimagining during this year’s Halloween, but the Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy and Disney Magic will pick up the festive slack on most cruises from September to October 2016. Special decorations will adorn the decks while activities include the following:
• Mickey’s Mouse-querade Party: a candy-filled celebration full of games, dancing and Disney character appearances dressed in their playful Halloween costumes
• A Nightmare Before Christmas—Sing and Scream: an interactive cinema experience and Jack Skellington and Sally meet-and-greet
• Haunted Stories of the Sea: a collection of true and tall tales told by a mysterious sea captain storyteller under the stars
• Creepy Cabaret: a live set of Halloween music performed by ghost musicians in the atrium
• Halloween Isn’t Just For Kids: an adults-only costume contest plus Villainous Takeover of the dance floor
• Spooky Movies: Funnel Vision poolside and stateroom screenings of Halloween films
• Ghoulish Delights: special holiday menu items like chocolate cake with pumpkin filling, spider cakes and “Spooky Juice”
• Even more fun like mask making and ghoulish ship announcements
Halloween itineraries are scheduled for the Disney Dream on 3- and 4-night Bahamian voyages leaving September 2 to October 31; the Disney Fantasy on 7-night Eastern and Western Caribbean sailings departing September 3 to October 29 and the Disney Magic on 5-night Canadian Coast cruises and 7- and 8-night Bahamian cruises departing October 2 to 29.
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