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A Mom’s Take: Cruising with Disney to Alaska

Jonathan Frontado

by , Public Relations Director, Disney Cruise Line, Adventures by Disney and Disney Vacation Club

Update: This video is no longer available. Check out this post for a mom’s point of view on cruising Alaska with Disney Cruise Line!

If you read my post this past Monday, you know we created a video series about cruising with Disney in Europe based on questions you asked to the Disney Parks Moms Panel. What I didn’t mention then is that we did the same for our cruises to Alaska!

The Disney Wonder will return to Alaska in May for our fourth summer season in America’s Last Frontier, and we want you to be prepared with all of your questions answered. In our Alaska video series, another Disney Cruise Line specialist from the Disney Parks Moms Panel, Nancy, gives great advice to make your family’s vacation extra special. While experiencing her own adventures in Alaska, she gives you insider tips from crew members and other guests and shows you some of the exciting Port Adventures you can do based on your interests.

As you plan your Alaskan voyage, check back each Friday for another video. We’ll start today by showing you what sets a Disney cruise apart from other cruises to Alaska. Take a look, and let us know your questions if you’re considering joining us this summer.

Keep an eye on the Disney Parks Blog and Disney Cruise Line Facebook page, and follow @DisneyCruise on Twitter for more about Disney Cruise Line’s voyages in Alaska. While you’re on Twitter, join in the conversation by using the hashtag #DCLAlaska.


  • What month was this video taken? We are on this years July 14th sailing and I was wondering what kind of clothes to bring. We’re Florida residents so we get cold easily 🙂

  • I am cruising to Alaska with 2 teens age 14 & 17, they are concerned that they will not have enough to do on their own.
    What teen activities are available?
    Thanks Mary Ellen

  • We did this itinary last summer and had the most amazing time. I would do it again in a heart beat. While wildlife prevented up from making it all the way up the fjord to the glacier we did get pretty close and got to see a dozen or so baby seal pups. The food was incredible! My kids went swimming in 50 degree Alaskan Rain in the heated Mickey pool. We got to meet Husky babies. The Lumber Jack show was a lot of fun plus two members of our party were selected to participate. We also did a 4×4 mountain trek which we lovingly referd to as offroad Autopia. you would not regret booking this trip!

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