Disney Fantasy To Resume Service


  • The Disney Fantasy is now back in action, having sailed from Port Canaveral.
  • The vessel is resuming operations on the West Coast, sailing three- and four-night cruises from San Diego.

The Disney Fantasy has cruised from Port Canaveral, and becomes the second Disney Cruise Line ship to resume service in North America, says an article published in Cruise Industry News.

Following the Disney Dream, which returned to guest operations on August 9, the 2,500-guest vessel offers a series of short cruises to the Bahamas. The four-night voyages include one day at sea and two stops at Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island destination. According to Disney Cruise Line, Castaway Cay is consistently rated by its guests as their favorite port of call.

Location & Voyage

Located on a 1,000-acre island, the destination features one-of-a-kind areas and activities for every member of the family, according to Disney, while celebrating its natural beauties – which include crystal-clear turquoise waters, powdery white-sand beaches, palm trees, and lush landscapes. After the initial Bahamas sailings, the Disney Fantasy is resuming seven-night and longer voyages on October 9. Sailing from Port Canaveral, the itineraries feature stops in Mexico, The Bahamas, and more. Currently the newest ship in Disney’s fleet, the Disney Fantasy entered in service in 2012. Christened by the singer Mariah Carey, the vessel was built in Germany by the Meyer Werft shipyard.

Main Highlights

Among Fantasy’s highlights is the AquaDuck, a 765-foot long, twisting-and-turning suspended water coaster, and the Animator’s Palate, a dining room that comes alive with scenes from Disney movies with characters such as Mickey Mouse, Jiminy Cricket, Cinderella, and Snow White. The vessel features Europa – and entertainment district of high-energy, sophisticated clubs and lounges for the adults. With the Disney Fantasy, three of the four Disney Cruise Line vessels are now back in action. Disney Magic was the first ship to resume revenue operations for the brand, with a series of domestic “staycations” in the United Kingdom.

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Source: Cruise Industry News



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