Disney Cruise to Hawaii 2012


If you wanted to book a Disney cruise to Hawaii for 2012 and thought you had missed out then here is your chance again to get a stateroom for the cruise which sails out of Los Angeles on 29th April. This is Disney’s first ever cruise to Hawaii and when the dates were released they sold out fast. But as often happens some of the staterooms are now available again as guests decided not to go ahead and confirm the bookings. So once again you have a chance to book a fabulous Disney cruise to Hawaii.

The Disney Wonder cruise ship will sail to Hawaii twice in 2012. Once on April 29th and then again on October 14th. Each cruise will be 14 nights and will visit Hilo on Hawaii, Kahului on Hawaii, Honolulu on the island of Oahu and Nawilwili on Kauai. There is one final port stop in Ensenada Mexico before you sail back home to Los Angeles.

Here is the full itinerary for the Disney Hawaii cruises:

Sunday Los Angeles
Monday At Sea
Tuesday At Sea
Wednesday At Sea
Thursday At Sea
Friday Hilo, Hawaii
Saturday Kahului, Hawaii
Sunday Honolulu, Oahu
Monday Nawilwili, Kauai
Tuesday At Sea
Wednesday At Sea
Thursday At Sea
Friday At Sea
Saturday At Sea
Sunday Ensenada, Mexico
Monday Los Angeles

A 14 night cruise gives you plenty of time to truly relax and enjoy a vacation. There is a lot of time at sea on this cruise but for some (including me) that is a huge part of the appeal. How often do you go on a trip only to find yourself at the end of it, more exhausted than when you started out? Sometimes it is a good idea just to step back and take some time to truly relax, and even perfect the art of doing nothing, if only for a few days!

Of course there is so much to do on a Disney cruise you are always going to have something to keep you occupied. Disney cruises are very family orientated but there is something for all ages to enjoy. Don’t think that this one is just for the kids because the adults are not going to want the cruise experience to end either!

What is so special about a Disney cruise? The great designs of the ships include many industry firsts such as rotational dining (where your wait staff go with you as you dine in the different restaurants). The staterooms are up to 25% larger than others in the industry. This makes a huge difference, particularly when you are sailing on a longer cruise. The children’s entertainment and kids clubs are the very best at sea. And of course you have the Disney magic. It is difficult to put into words if you have never sailed on a Disney ship, but the standard of service is exceptional and the attention to detail is not something you usually find with other cruise lines. Disney always excels at putting on a show and you can experience Broadway quality entertainment every night on your cruise.

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