Disney Cruise Line has been recognized as the #1 Cruise Line in the world for the 8th year in a row!
Condé Nast readers have chosen Disney Cruise Line as the #1 Top Large Cruise Line in the world for the 8th consecutive year. Readers rated Disney’s fleet of ships as highest from more than 400 total ships across several other brands.
Condé Nast Reader’s Choice Awards is known as one of the longest-running and more prestigious awards in the travel industry. More than 600,000 Condé Nast readers from all around the world weighed in.
Disney Cruise Line President, Jeff Vahle, said, “Being recognized once again by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler is a source of great pride for our team, whether they make their magic on our ships, at our private island Castaway Cay or behind the scenes. This award speaks to their commitment to always going above and beyond – and making every guest’s experience truly special.”
DCL creates a perfect combination of Disney magic with ocean sailing. Guests are offered incredible onboard experiences and itineraries. You can travel to the sun-drenched destinations of the Caribbean or sail through Alaska and Europe. Almost all of the Caribbean itineraries stop at Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island.
Disney is always looking to improve and expand the cruise experience for its guests. Next year, the Disney Wonder will set sail from New Orleans for the very first time. The world of “The Princess and the Frog” will be brought to life to celebrate the magic of NOLA. Guests can enjoy experiences like a New Orleans-themed lounge that transports guests into the French Quarter with Tiana and her friends.
Disney Cruise Line will also add three new ships to their fleet in 2021, 2022, and 2023. The Disney Wish will become the 5th ship featuring Rapunzel and Pascal on the stern.
Source: Disney Parks Blog.
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