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First Look: Disney Cruise Line to Honor Families with Special Island Display

Olivia Odom

by , Communications Manager, Disney Signature Experiences

It has certainly been a shimmering summer celebrating Disney Cruise Line’s Silver Anniversary at Sea, and we aren’t done yet! This month marks the first time Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island paradise in The Bahamas welcomed guests twenty-five years ago. Time really does fly when you are having fun in the sun. 

A disney cruise ship docked at a beach in the caribbean.

Over the years, families have made countless magical memories together from riding bikes and completing the Castaway Cay 5K, to snorkeling and spending time together on Castaway Family Beach. Sandcastles, anyone? I am thrilled to share exciting news for some of our Castaway Club members.

In honor of the families who have sailed 50 or more times with Disney Cruise Line, a commemorative display will be added to Disney Castaway Cay this fall. This will recognize the legacy and heart of the Castaway Club, our members. The display will take residence near the island post office with a colorful fence that features the names of these families. Check out the artist rendering! I know I can’t wait to see it in person.

drawing of people in a beach scenario looking at a colorful fence with names written on it

Eligible Castaway Club members will have the opportunity to select one of the beautiful icons below to accompany their family’s name on the display. Here’s a sneak peek of the options! 

four Castaway Club special edition icons

Castaway Club is Disney Cruise Line’s way of recognizing guests who have sailed.

Stay tuned for more on the installation! Details will be coming soon to each eligible family who has already reached this milestone. In the meantime, what is your favorite Disney Cruise Line memory? Let us know in the comments below. 

Comments

  • I love riding bikes up and down the flight strip on Castaway Cay, and down by where the cabanas are (nice and quite there)!

  • Will this be an ongoing thing where if you hit 50 cruises 5 years from now you get the family sign or is this a one time thing for people already at 50 right now?

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