At the ‘Monstrous Summer’ media event being held at the Walt Disney World Resort, Disney Cruise Line today confirmed a Stitch Kingdom report that it will be bringing some of the more popular attractions and amenities of its Disney Dream and Fantasy cruise ships to the Disney Magic, the first of its four ships, when it goes into dry dock later in the year.
Ahead of this week’s ‘Monstrous Summer’ press event being held at the Walt Disney World Resort, we have learned of some exciting upcoming additions to Disney Cruise Line’s Disney Magic cruise liner. The new features include a mix of adapting enhancement from fleet ships Disney Dream and Fantasy’s own pluses as well as brand new experiences, amongst which may be the very first (permanent) foray into the Marvel universe by Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, the business unit that manages Disney Cruise Line. From children to adults, the Disney Magic promises to offer brand new experiences not available anywhere else on the high seas.
The white sand beaches and azure waters of Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island, take center stage in the early half of 2014 voyages for Disney Cruise Line. With all four Disney ships sailing from Florida ports, not only will guests have more options to visit Castaway Cay, but they may combine their cruise with a visit to Walt Disney World Resort and experience the expanded Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom.
Disney Cruise Line will visit Jamaica for the first time with new itineraries departing from Galveston, Texas in late 2013. The new seven-night Western Caribbean sailings will call on Falmouth, Jamaica, as well as Grand Cayman and Cozumel, Mexico.
While in Falmouth, one of the Caribbean’s best-preserved Georgian towns, guests can sample the city’s history and culture, take a trip through time on a horse-and-buggy ride, shop for arts and crafts and taste Jamaica’s signature jerk recipes. Bamboo raft rides along the Martha Brae River offer exceptional views of the island’s lush tropical scenery and nearby Ocho Rios is known for its spectacular Dunn’s River Falls.
New DisneyStore.com arrivals and sales for September 3, 2012
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|Halloween Town Mayor Ornament– $14.95 |
Vote for a sparkling winter season with our merry Mayor Ornament. The twin-faced politician from Halloween Town will provide happy nightmares throughout the holidays while soliciting decorative contributions to your family tree.
|Walt Disney World Best of Minnie Mouse Mini Glass– $9.95 |
Our leading lady will gladly serve your guests a smile or two in this souvenir Best of Minnie Mouse Mini Glass, direct from the Walt Disney World Resort. Minnie’s heels keep spirits high with this sculptured novelty that makes a great toothpick holder!
|Walt Disney World Best of Mickey Mouse Mini Glass– $9.95 |
Our happy host will gladly serve your guests a smile or two in this souvenir Best of Mickey Mouse Mini Glass, direct from the Walt Disney World Resort. Mickey’s shoes keep spirits high with this sculptured novelty that makes a great toothpick holder!
|Disney Resorts H2O+ Grapefruit Bergamot Shower Gel– $11.95 |
Let delicious memories of your trip to a Disney Resort wash over you every time you use this H2O+ Grapefruit Bergamot Shower Gel. Tinker Bell waves her magic wand to add a sprinkling of pixie dust to this Disney branded bath gel.
|Thanksgiving Minnie and Mickey Mouse Salt and Pepper Shakers — 2-Pc.– $14.95 |
Serve-up a cornucopia of smiles and bountiful goodwill with our Minnie and Mickey Mouse Salt and Pepper Shakers on your Thanksgiving table. In their period costumes, our Pilgrim pair will a provide the perfect holiday centerpiece.
|Disney Parks Mickey Mouse Wood Blocks Stacking Train Set — 18-Pc.– $24.95 |
Pull into the play station of imagination with our Mickey Mouse Stacking Train Set, direct from the Disney Parks. Sturdy wood blocks with Mickey and friends decoration stack on rolling train cars to teach recognition, sorting, counting, and motor skills.
|Mickey’s Toontown Minnie Mouse Micro Play Set– $21.95 |
Take a trip to Mickey’s Toontown to visit Minnie Mouse in her lavender house! Minnie’s Micro Play Set looks just like the Disneyland attraction, and opens for 2 floors of play. Comes with Minnie and her friends, plus car, furniture and accessories!
|Limited Edition Jeweled Cheshire Cat Figurine by Arribas– $375.00 |
With a dazzling 648 Swarovski® crystals, the fading feline from Alice in Wonderland is anything but invisible. Crafted in enameled metal by the Arribas Brothers, this collectible Jeweled Cheshire Cat Figurine will bring nothing but smiles.
|Disney Cruise Line Ship Miniature — Disney Magic– $32.95 |
Sail away on a ship of dreams and memories with a sculptured souvenir of your Disney Cruise Line voyage. Our Disney Magic ship miniature is a highly detailed replica of the famed cruise liner mounted on a high gloss finish base.
|Bohemian Jeweled Mickey Mouse Teardrop Ornament — Green– $18.95 |
Celebrate the holidays with festive folk art flair when hanging our Bohemian Jeweled Mickey Mouse Teardrop Ornament on the tree. Glittering gems in a mouse icon pattern highlight this handcrafted snowdrop bauble, topped with a corded tassel.
Those sailing aboard Disney Cruise Line’s Disney Wonder west coast cruises with stops in San Francisco now have a rare opportunity to visit the Sonoma Valley winery owned by John and Nancy Lasseter.
While taking the 75 minute ride from port to the winery, the guide will present a brief history on Sonoma Valley’s wine region and surrounding areas. Upon arrival, guests will be greeted by Nancy Lasseter directly. Guests will be granted exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the heart of the winery to observe different stages of the harvest process.