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Disney News Round-up: Halloween on the High Seas and Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

What's that you say? It's ONLY August so why are we talking about Halloween already? Well, because this year's Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party starts on August 25 at the Walt Disney World Resort! And, if you're sailing Disney Cruise Line this fall you can celebrate Halloween on the High Seas too!

Disney News Round-Up: Epcot 35th Anniversary Merchandise, Slinky Dog Dash Track, and More

Happy Tuesday and welcome to another Disney news round-up! Today we're checking out the commemorative merchandise for Epcot's 35th anniversary, news about the track for the new Slinky Dog Dash roller coaster at Hollywood Studios, and much more!

Disney Cruise Line Announces Fall 2018 Sailing Itineraries

Disney Cruise Line has announced its fall 2018 sailing itineraries, including new sailings from New York City to Bermuda and three sailings from New York City to Port Canaveral with stops at Walt Disney World and Castaway Cay.

Disney Cruise Line News Round-up: New 2018 Itineraries, ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Musical, and More

Happy Friday! Today's round-up is dedicated to Disney Cruise Line news! We're talking about new sailing itineraries for 2018, new adventures in Amsterdam, a new Beauty and the Beast musical show, and much more! Let's sail away!

Disney News Round-up: Tiffany & Co. Coming to Disney Fantasy, Updates on Pandora - The World of Avatar, and More

Happy first day of spring! As we bid adieu to winter, we have some exciting news today including updates coming to the Disney Fantasy and more details about Pandora - The World of Avatar at Disney's Animal Kingdom.

Disney Cruise Line Announces 2018 Summer Sailing Itineraries

Disney Cruise Line has announced the sailing itineraries for the summer of 2018 and new ports of call including Milan, Italy are included. There are also new sailings from Rome and Barcelona in addition to a first-time visit to Cork, Ireland.

‘Star Wars’ News Round-Up: Episode VIII Title Announced, Disney Cruise Line Adds Star Wars Day at Sea Dates in 2018

Star Wars fans, listen up! Today we have some exciting news to share including the new title of Star Wars Episode VIII and dates for the 2018 Star Wars Day at Sea on board the Disney Fantasy. Read on to find out more.

Disney Cruise Line Round-Up: New Enhancements to Disney Wonder, Itineraries Posted for 2018, and More

Today seems like a good day to think about a Disney Cruise Line vacation and we have some exciting news about new itineraries, a new Marvel Day at Sea, and new enhancements on the Disney Wonder. Let's pack our bags and check out the latest Disney Cruise Line news!

Disney News Round-up: Disney Restaurant News, Disney Cruise Line Named Best Cruise Line, and More

Happy Friday! Welcome to our end-of-the-week Disney news round-up. Today we're talking about some Disney resort restaurant news, the Television Hall of Fame at Disney's Hollywood Studios, more accolades for Disney Cruise Line, and much more.

Disney News Round-up: Princess Elena Meet-and-Greet, Dinosaur Refurb Extended, and More

Happy Monday and welcome to another Disney new round-up! Today we're talking about a new princess meet-and-greet at the Magic Kingdom, some other character meet-and-greet news, and much more. Let's check it out.

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3 Great Reasons To Try A 3-Night Starter Cruise On The Disney Cruise Line

It was only a few years ago that I wasn't even sure if I would enjoy a cruise once I got on the ship. My husband had anxiety about not being able to see land, and he was more than a little worried about getting seasick. Neither of us was sure that once we got to see we would enjoy it. A 3-night Disney Cruise turned out to be the perfect way to dip our toes in the proverbial water without committing a huge amount of money. It might be just the answer you are looking for too! Here are 3 great reasons you should give a 3-night starter cruise a chance.

A New Musical And Three New Ships For The Disney Cruise Line

During the Disney Parks and Resorts Presentation at the D23 Expo yesterday, Disney Cruise Line (DCL) treated fans to a look inside the new production of Beauty and the Beast that is coming to the Disney Dream this November. There was even a little news most weren't expecting.

Celebrate World Oceans Day, Every Day, at The Seas With Nemo and Friends

Today, June 8th, is World Oceans Day and guests visiting the Epcot Theme Park can celebrate by visiting The Seas With Nemo and Friends. After taking a ride through the deep with Nemo, Marlin, Dory, be sure to spend some time exploring the pavilion's 5.7 million-gallon saltwater aquarium. Education instructors and conservation specialists are always on hand to discuss the finer points of ocean life and the importance coral reefs play in keeping our planet healthy.

Guest Review: Tiana's Place On The Disney Wonder

Our family recently took a short three-day cruise on the Disney Wonder. This newly refurbished ship may be small but it packs a big punch! With the new show, Frozen A Musical Spectacular and new restaurants and lounges we were ready for a brand-new experience. Disney has rotational dining on their ships which means you go from restaurant to restaurant each night of your cruise with your serving staff following along with you. Even on a 3 day, we felt like the servers had known us for ages. The service is impeccable!

7 Rookie Mistakes To Avoid On Your First Disney Cruise

I've been dreaming of my next Disney Cruise, and while I feel pretty confident with the ins and outs by now, I find myself fielding lots of questions from would be cruisers. If you're thinking of heading out to see for the first time, check out these 7 Rookie Mistakes to avoid on your first Disney Cruise.

My Five Favorite Things About The Disney Cruise Line

I've been dreaming of going back to sea, as tends to happen this time of year. If like me you yearn to slow down and relax while soaking up some serious tropical sun, maybe it's time you take a Disney Cruise. Leaving from Port Canaveral (and other Ports around the world) the Disney Cruise Line offers an escape beyond compare, and I thought I would let you in on the five things that I love most.

Seven Tips For A Grown-up Disney Family Vacation

I'm often asked how my family and I successfully made the transition between enjoying Disney with young children, and enjoy Disney as adults. Honestly, I just respond that Disney is in our DNA. Everybody laughs and we all move on, but pondering this question makes me wonder what I did differently to help keep the magic alive in my adult family. I really think it comes down to these seven things.

25 Reasons I Love Being A Disney Vacation Club Member

This year the Disney Vacation Club (DVC) is celebrating 25 Years ... and beyond of creating amazing vacation magic. Disney's unique concept of a time share and the things that it would offer its owners shook up the industry when it first debuted and has been providing world class service ever since. My husband and I bought our membership in 2008 and while we wouldn't really call it a financial "investment," it is by far the best investment in our family that we've ever made.

Disney Cruise Line: Deluxe Inside Cabin on the Disney Dream

When planning to take a Disney Cruise, one of the first things that travelers need to think about is their cabin space. What type of cabin should you book? Do you have to have an ocean view, or would it be OK to book on the inside? Cruise ships are famous for their tight quarters, and even though Disney's standard rooms are the largest in the industry, one should give a long hard thought to their stateroom needs. I like having my space, so I'll admit I was nervous when I booked onto my most recent Disney Cruise.

Disney History: Precursor To The Disney Cruise Line

Disney Cruise Line first set sail on July 30, 1998 with the Disney Magic. Or did it? In 1983, Premier Cruise Line was founded with the singular goal of offering 3-4 night sailings out of Port Canaveral to the Bahamas. The Port was underutilized and its proximity to Orlando area attractions made it an ideal location for Premier to boost its business by partnering with Disney to offer land & sea vacation packages.