It is getting to be that time of year where the biggest names in travel publish the lists of their favorites. Criteria vary depending on the source, but you can bet they will choose the best stuff. For that reason, Disney Cruise Line and Adventures by Disney have already made their appearance.
Newsweek has come out with their inaugural list of America’s Best Companies for Customer Service. It should come as no surprise that Disney Cruise Line made the list, and they came in at Number 1. Newsweek based their rankings off of a survey of more than 20,000 consumers. Disney Cruise Line was also ranked as one of the Best for Families by the Cruise Critic Editors’ Picks Awards. The awardees for this list are chosen based off of first-hand experience and industry expertise. This is Disney Cruise Line’s fifth consecutive appearance on the list. The Disney Magic, the first ship of the Disney Cruise Line fleet, started sailing in 1998, and Disney Cruise Line has been going strong ever since. Be on the lookout for new ships in 2021, 2022, and 2023.
Adventures by Disney also appears in the Cruise Critic Editors’ Picks in the Best for Families category. It might seem a little odd to be chosen by the Cruise Critics, for the third year in a row, but there is certainly a method to the madness. Adventures by Disney has partnered with AmaWaterways to offer some amazing river cruises through Europe. There is also the possibility of adding an Adventure to your cruise package when you sail with Disney Cruise Line. If you want a river cruise, you can choose between the Danube, Rhine, and Sienne Rivers for your journey.
As Disney fans, we all know how special and magical a Disney vacation can be, and it is great to see when others recognize the same thing we already know. If you’re looking to take a Disney Cruise or try out Adventures by Disney, be sure to fill out the form below!
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