While Disney Cruise Lines are down stateside, they will be happening in the UK this summer. Disney Cruise Lines have announced their “Staycations at Sea” leaving from the UK and being “exclusive to UK residents.”
The Disney Cruise Line has been taking an enormous hit with the pandemic. They’ve already been down for over a year, but it looks like they found a loophole to get some money.
These short 2-3 night (and limited 4-night) cruises will be happening in Europe aboard the Disney Magic.
“Departing on select dates from London Tilbury, Newcastle, Liverpool and Southampton aboard the Disney Magic, our new staycation sailings—exclusive to UK residents—invite you to embark on a brand-new, magical Disney experience. Close to home and at sea—be immersed in Disney storytelling, thanks to an amazing collection of onboard entertainment, dining and recreation for the entire family, with all the care you’d expect from Disney. Check back soon for more details!”
Here’s what the cruise is offering:
There will be characters on board including Disney classics, Princesses and Marvel Superheroes!
“Spend quality time with beloved Disney characters. Snap photos of mighty Marvel heroes or Captain Mickey, behold a royal promenade with Disney Princesses, and greet Toy Story friends.” or “Join in a Frozen flurry of fun with Anna, Elsa and Olaf, or enjoy an epic encounter with Marvel’s mightiest heroes.“
The Disney musical shows will be playing and will include a Mickey pre-show!
“Where else does a spectacular West End-quality musical become your bedtime story? Be dazzled as the Disney stories come to life on stage, including a pre-show celebration with Mickey.”
The ship will be offering “diverse global cuisines inside themed restaurants with unique entertainment.”
Adult Only Experiences
“While the kids are off having the time of their lives, adults can escape to the privacy of adults-only locales and experiences—from intimate dining at Palo to cocktails at Fathoms and live music at Keys!
Experience high-end spa and salon services and treatments inside an elegant spa boasting an ocean view. Enjoy pampering and relaxation in an environment designed to soothe the senses.”
Experiences for the Kids:
“Children will find something to love at kids clubs hosted by trained counselors—thanks to a near endless range of activities, games and surprises.
Storytelling sessions, interactive games and larger-than-life playgrounds inspire kids at Disney’s Oceaneer Club. Video games, music and movies are available at Edge, a cool club for tweens. And inside Vibe, teens can socialize in a parents-free, loft-inspired venue where dancing is all the rage.”
There are also many Family centered activities
Visit the pool and ride the AquaDunk or visit the AquaLab.
There are dance parties, character appearances and Trivia games at D Lounge.
Catch a movie at the Buena Vista Theatre.
Disney Cruise Line will also be implementing UK Health and Safety Measures
Here are the five elements that Disney is using as keys to safety.
-Navigating Together: Our Commitment to Health & Safety
Our approach brings together 5 elements that help us promote health and safety for all Guests and Crew Members.
-Health & Wellness
Our approach emphasizes a combination of health and safety measures. This includes COVID-19 testing, health screenings, face coverings, reduced Guest capacity and physical distancing.
-Cleaning & Disinfecting
Disney Cruise Line is operating at elevated cleaning and sanitation levels, with an emphasis on high-touch surfaces.
We’re harnessing the power of the Disney Cruise Line Navigator app to promote health and safety.
-Crew Member Training
Safety starts with our Crew, so we’ve adopted a number of new policies and practices.
We’re giving Guests the resources they need to navigate our new policies and do their part.
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