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Disney Alaska Cruise – What Makes It So Special?

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Disney Cruise Alaska

What makes a Disney Alaska Cruise so special? There are many choices of cruise line to sail on an Alaskan cruise but our first choice will always be Disney. The Disney Wonder sails to Alaska from May to September 2014 and we believe it is the best choice to sail to this remarkable destination at least once in a lifetime.

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Disney Alaska Cruise Dates 2014

The dates for the 7 night cruises are:

June 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd,and 30th.
July 7th, 14th, 21st, and 28th
August 4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th
September 1st

The itinerary for the 7 night Disney Alaska cruise is:

Monday Vancouver, Canada
Tuesday At Sea
Wednesday Tracy Arm, Alaska
Thursday Skagway, Alaska
Friday Juneau, Alaska
Saturday Ketchikan, Alaska
Sunday At Sea
Monday Vancouver, Canada

There is just one date for the 9 night Disney Wonder sailing which is May 24th 2014.

The ports of call are:

Saturday Vancouver, Canada
Sunday At Sea
Monday At Sea
Tuesday Sitka, Alaska
Wednesday Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska
Thursday Skagway, Alaska
Friday Juneau, Alaska
Saturday Ketchikan, Alaska
Sunday At Sea
Monday Vancouver, Canada

Why Cruise With Disney to Alaska?

Disney Alaskan Cruise

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There really is a Disney difference. The Disney Wonder is a beautiful cruise ship and you will feel at home as soon as you are welcomed on board.

The Disney staterooms are larger than many cruise ships and have the much talked about split bath option. Disney is also rare amongst cruise lines as it offers verandah staterooms for 5 guests so it is idea for larger families.

Disney has the innovative and unique rotational dining concept. There are 3 main restaurants and each night you rotate to a different one – but your servers come with you so they get to know you. One of the best things about a Disney cruise is the exceptional service of the Crew so you will be sure to enjoy the dining experience.

A Disney cruise really is for everyone. I know that many people have the idea that Disney cruises are just for Disney addicts and those with young children. I really don’t think that is the truth. Yes it does help if you love everything Disney, but there is more to this ship than non stop Disney (although you can find that if you really want to).

For me and my family the difference is the Disney attention to detail and concept of service. The crew are happy almost without exception. I have sailed on many cruises and Disney is the only cruise line that I can say has a true concept of clearly wanting their guests to have a great experience.

Think that Disney cruise line is just for kids? Think again. Disney has so many different areas and activities just for the grown ups that you can spent time without seeing the kids if you want to. Disney cruises does an excellent job of having kids spaces, adult spaces and places for families to be together.

Are you tempted to sail on a Disney Cruise to Alaksa? If you have any questions just let us know and leave us a comment and we will be happy to answer.

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