Thinking about going on a Walt Disney Cruise? My family has been on a number of Disney Cruises, and we’ve always had a great time. It’s such a fun experience for families, and there really is something for everyone. I especially enjoy the service, because once I step on that ship, I don’t have any worries. Everything is taken care of for me, from meals to activities.
Disclosure: I’ve been on a complimentary media cruise and two cruises at a discount as part of Disney Social Media Moms. The other cruises were at my own cost. This post contains affiliate links. A purchase through this link may result in a commission paid to us.
If you are considering a Disney Cruise with your family (or even without kids), we’ve got you covered with loads of articles about preparing for and taking one. I’ve finally achieved platinum status on the Disney Cruise Line Castaway Club, and have been on eleven different cruises – ranging from a 3-night cruise to a 7-night cruise.
When booking your cruise, you may consider booking through Get Away Today. You may qualify for an onboard credit.
This post is a collection of all of the different posts that we’ve written. In addition to tips for planning a Disney Cruise, we’ve also written guides to the ships, reviews of some of the itineraries, and overviews of a few of the excursions that we’ve taken. We always welcome feedback so definitely leave us a comment if you have a favorite itinerary or excursion that we haven’t included. This page will be continuously updated as we write more posts about Disney Cruise Line
I’ve finally been on all four Disney Cruise Line ships, so I have individual reviews on each of the ships.
Disney Cruise Line Tips and Reviews
Before you go, you’ll want to do some research. We have some posts that are great to read before you plan your trip, as well as while you are planning things.
Disney Cruise Line Itineraries and Excursions
I often recommend that families start out with the three-day Bahamian cruise itinerary on the Disney Dream. It’s a great way to see if cruising works for your family, and you can also combine that trip with a trip to Walt Disney World for a land and sea adventures.
My favorite ship is the Disney Fantasy, but lots of people prefer the smaller ships (the Magic and the Dream).
When booking your trip, you’ll want to consider the various ports of call that the ship stops at. You’ll also need to decide what types of excursions you’ll want to do.
To learn more about the Disney Cruise Line, visit their website. If you are cruising out of Port Canaveral and flying into MCO, we recommend staying at the Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport. Check prices and reviews here.
Post refreshed in 2019 with new reviews.