Disney Cruise Offers Kids Free Special for Mexican Riviera

by All Things Mouse Staff on June 15, 2010
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Those West-Coasters with kids interested in taking a cruise might want to check out the newest special from the Disney Cruise Lines.  Disney is offering free sailing for kids seventeen and under on select Mexican Riviera cruises when two full fare guests are staying in the same stateroom.

Owing to the arrival of Disney’s newest cruise ship the Disney Dream in 2011 which will be operating out of Port Canaveral in Florida, the Disney Wonder is moving to California to start offering summer trips up to Alaska and spring and fall  trips down to the Mexican Riviera. 

As an incentive to entice customers, the cruise line is giving away free passage to kids during the Jan. 23 through March 20, 2011 window.  These are seven-day cruises which means the cost of those kids could have really added up.  A quick calculation of alternative dates showed that adding a teenager and an eight-year old to the cost of two adults on the Riviera trip would increase the cost by over $1,000 making the kids sail free special quite the bargain.

Itinerary for the trip includes three days at sea with all the Disney entertainment and food included.  Ports of call are Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta. 

Obviously, some conditions do apply.  One main requirement is the booking of the special by July 31, 2010.  For more information or to book the special, contact your travel agent or the Disney Cruise Line.

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