Great News!! Disney Cruise Line has just announced their 2015 sailings for the Very MerryTime Cruises! Guests onboard the ship will discover holiday-themed entertainment, activities and decoration including a life-sized gingerbread house, a 24-foot Christmas tree, and much, much more!
The 2015 sailings for the Very MerryTime Cruises include:
- Disney Magic November 11 – December 23, 2015
- Disney Wonder November 6 – December 24, 2015
- Disney Dream November 9 – December 24, 2015
- Disney Fantasy November 14 – December 19, 2015
The following special experiences are included on a Very MerryTime Cruise:
- Tree Lighting Ceremony, where kids can help light the tree and kick off the holiday festivities
- Deck the Deck Tropical Holiday Party, a celebration with candy-cane limbo, dancing, games and more!
- Santa Claus meet-and-greet
- Meet-and-Greets with some favorite Disney Characters, dressed in their holiday attire
- Teen-only and tween-only holiday parties
- Holiday storytelling
- Themed activities and crafts for kids—make holiday cards, decorate stockings, go on a holiday scavenger hunt, and much more!
- A life-sized gingerbread house made completely with edible ingredients (the gingerbread house is not completely constructed until the last week of November).
Guests sailing December 24 and 25, will enjoy additional holiday experiences, including:
- Cookies on Christmas Eve
- Special holiday towel animals
- Special holiday surprises
- Holiday caroling with the kids and crew
- Religious Services
Castaway Cay joins in on the fun! Disney’s private island paradise is transformed with “snow” flurries, a Christmas tree and more. Guests need to be on the lookout for Mr. and Mrs. Snowman, dressed in their island attire!
If you are interested in a quote for a Very MerryTime Cruise, please let me know! Shoot me an email (email@example.com) and I will be happy to prepare one for you free of charge. Should you decide to book, my services are also complimentary!
** Disney Cruise Line also released the dates for the 2015 Halloween on the High Seas sailings. Please open the attached link for more details.