Disney Cruises Review
For family cruising, it's tough to beat Disney. The Disney Cruise Line rates high across the board for all-ages entertainment and amenities by customers and experts writing Disney Cruise reviews on sites such as CruiseCritic.com and Conde Nast Traveler. Most cruises tend to sell out, so it's tough to find bargains, but it still can be cheaper to cruise Disney than to stay at a Disney property on-land and visit all the theme parks.
Disney Cruise Line has three ships that each carry 2,000+ passengers. The Disney Magic takes guests to exotic destinations in the Caribbean, Mediterranean, and Northern Europe. This ship blends classic beauty and grace with all the modern luxuries, technology, and comforts that make cruising a pleasure. Disney Wonder tours the Mexican Riviera, Alaska, and the Bahamas. And Disney Dream, the newest ship, has the capacity to accommodate 4,000 passengers and includes a water park on board. While each ship has nightlife and private areas for adults, kids are king. Amenities include optional cribs in the staterooms, plus the ability to preorder diapers, formula, and other baby and kid supplies so you can pack lighter.
Since Disney cruises start around $200/person/night, they're not considered cheap, but the price may be worth it for families looking for a unique experience and easy travel with children.