Cruise Lines Change Itineraries due to Hurricane Joaquin

591px-Hurricane_ElenaCruise lines are adjusting their ship itineraries to avoid Hurricane Joaquin. Ships operated by six cruise lines — Carnival, Crystal, Disney, Norwegian, Princess and Royal Caribbean — have switched up itineraries as Hurricane Joaquin gains strength in the Atlantic.

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Disney Magic vs. Royal Caribbean’s Anthem of the Seas

Which cruise line has the best ship for families?

450px-Disney_Magic_1Unveiled in 1998, the 1,754-passenger Disney Magic underwent a massive makeover in late 2013 and recently added AquaDunk, a 37-foot-tall body slide, a new outdoor kids zone- AquaLab, multiple deck-top pool areas and indoor children’s zones covering almost an entire deck. Continue reading

Cruise Ships Adjust Schedules Due to Erika

800px-Carnival_Cruise_ShipErika may no longer be a tropical storm, but its remnants are still expected to send heavy rains to Central Florida.

Some cruise ships traveling in and out of Port Canaveral made adjustments to their schedules as a precaution due to uncertainty about Erika’s path.

Two cruise lines, Carnival Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean, have officially announced changes in their ships’ itineraries. Continue reading

Jedi Training and Star Wars Characters Aboard Disney Dream

 

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Family-friendly cruises are hustling and bustling to provide great customer service and ensure a great overall experience. Disney Cruise Line will offer its guests a new thrill of the world’s most famous space saga.

Disney Dream turns 5 this year and the vessel is set to go into a 20-day dry dock for some upgrades in late October. Continue reading

Cruise Lines Cancel Puerto Vallarta Port Calls Due to Violence

800px-DCL_Disney_Wonder_at_Port_CanveralA few cruise lines have canceled port calls in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico this week, after reports of armed violence between drug gangs and local authorities.

Disney Cruise Line pulled the May 12 port call in Puerto Vallarta from Disney Wonder’s schedule. The Wonder spent a day at sea instead. The cruise line distributed a letter to the passengers aboard the Disney Wonder which is operating a two-week Panama Canal cruise. Continue reading