Those interested in the recent specials posted about Disneyland and Walt Disney World here on All Things Mouse may also be interested to know that the Disney Cruise Line has some specials of their own.
The first special worth noting is one that allows kids aged 17 and under to sail for free on select 7-night Caribbean cruises. The offer applies to cruises in the January 8, 2011 through March 5, 2011 window. 2 full fare adults must be booked in the same cabin with a minimum of a verandah stateroom required. Of course, government taxes and fees as well as any additional costs are not included for those children sailing free.
Cruisers booking this package will be sailing aboard the Disney Magic. They will have the option of either the 7-night Western Caribbean Cruise or the 7-night Eastern Caribbean Cruise. The Western Caribbean Cruise starts off with a stop in either Key West, Florida or Disney’s own private island Castaway Cay. The next day is a full day at sea with all the on-board activities available to guests. Days 4 or 5 finds guests in Grand Cayman or Cozumel. Day 6 is spent at sea with Day 7 at Disney’s Castaway Cay before arriving back in Port Canaveral on the morning of Day 8.
Eastern Caribbean Cruises depart from Port Canaveral on Saturday with days 2 and 3 spent at sea. Once again, this is a great time to take advantage of all the options that are on-board including the shows, spas, pools, etc. Day 4 finds you at St. Maarten with Day 5 at St. Thomas / St. John. On day 6, the Magic is at sea for the entire day before arriving at Disney’s Castaway Cay on day 7. Finally, back to Port Canaveral on the morning of day 8.
Another special being offered is one where you receive a $25 on-board credit for booking now. This credit can be used for any off the options available on the ship like the spa, Palo (fine dining restaurant), shopping, etc.
The last two specials currently being offered are restricted to certain individuals. They are special rates being offered to Florida Residents or to members of the U.S. military. Both are only being offered on select cruises. The Florida Resident Rate starts as low as $579 per person for a category 5 room on a 3-night cruise and goes up to $1,229 on a category 9 stateroom on a 7-night Eastern Caribbean Cruise.
The military special rate has 3-night cruises starting from $577 for a category 5 stateroom with a price of $824 for a 4-night cruise also at category 5.
For more information on these specials, contact Disney or your travel agent.
Thanks to SpenceMan01 who provided the classic Disney Cruise commercial shown above.