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15 Things You’re Thankful for on a Disney Cruise

Jonathan Frontado

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


  1. Relaxing is each day’s priority.
  2. You only have to unpack once.
  3. Your bed is made for you every morning.


  1. There’s a never-ending supply of ice cream.
  2. What to order for dinner is the biggest decision you have to make all day.
  3. Your menu options change nightly, but your serving team stays the same.

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  1. The dining servers take over the task of cutting up your kids’ food and refilling their drinks.
  2. The live musicals are replayed on your stateroom television so you can belt out the songs even louder when watching them again.
  3. Your kids talk about the youth counselors, stateroom hosts and dining servers as if they are their lifelong friends.


  1. Date night is something you actually have instead of just dream about.
  2. The kids clubs stay open late (which your kids are even more thankful for than you).
  3. The options for fruity drinks are endless.


  1. Chocolate and a really cool towel animal are waiting on your bed each night.
  2. You wake up in a new destination every day.
  3. On the last day you don’t feel like you need a vacation after your vacation.


  • God blessed our family with the most wonderful Disney Cruise ever.

  • Stayed on WDW resort grounds a total of 93 days. Spent a total of 1573 hours in the parks. Attended dozens of special & magical events year round at WDW. Doing our first Disney cruise in April. We are so excited for our new Disney adventure. Endless Ice-Scream (lol)

  • I am thankful and feel blessed to be able to cruise the azure blue seas and visit Disney’s Casataway Cay!
    It’s a magical dream come true on the Sea!
    Ellen N.J.
    Happy Thanksgiving to all at Disney Parks Blog!

  • #9 It´s so true. My kids and nephews cried the last night

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