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Have You Heard from Disney Cruise Line Lately?

Have You Heard from Disney Cruise Line Lately?

Disney has already mailed notifications to Platinum, Gold, and select Silver Disney Cruise Line Castaway Club Members with an offer to receive a $100 on board credit when they book a 4- or 5-night Disney Magic cruise departing from Miami Nov. 1 – Dec. 18, 2013 (excluding Nov. 24 and Dec. 8, 2013).

Your can use this credit for a variety of on board activities and experiences, including spa treatments, shopping, adults-only dining and more!

Platinum and Gold Castaway Club Members will automatically receive the $100 on board credit when booking an applicable sail date.

Silver Castaway Club Members must have sailed on four Disney Cruise Line sailings in order to be eligible for this offer.

Have You Heard from Disney Cruise Line Lately?

To book this offer for eligible Silver Castaway Club Members, please let your Kingdom Magic Vacations Travel Planner that you want to take advantage of this great offer.

Additional Details:

  • The number of staterooms for this offer is limited.
  • This offer cannot be combined with any other offers or discounts.
  • Onboard credit is per stateroom booked, nonrefundable and nontransferable.

Offer subject to Disney Cruise Line Terms and Conditions.

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Guests Enjoy New Dining and After Hours Experiences on the Re-Imagined Disney Magic

Guests on board the newly re-imagined Disney Magic will enjoy new dining experiences as well as new Adult lounge areas called After Hours.  It’s all part of the complete re-imagining of the Disney Magic taking place this summer, and we are very excited about the new changes coming to this amazing ship!

First, if food is always a favorite part of your Disney cruise, you’re going to love the magical makeover coming to dining experiences on the Disney Magic this October. Hear all about it in this video!

And finally, we hear all about the big city-style fun just for adults in After Hours, the new nighttime entertainment district coming to the reimagined Disney Magic cruise ship.

And, if all this magic sounds too good to pass up, special rates have been extended on select fall sailings! Book through Aug. 31, 2013.

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Re-imagined Disney Magic Today!!

New Dining Experiences with an Extra Course of Magic are Served Aboard the Reimagined Disney Magic

Mealtimes are memorable entertainment experiences for guests of all ages aboard the Disney Magic. When the ship relaunches, a helping of fun served with a full course of magic is on the menu. Elaborately themed restaurants with distinctly Disney touches combine with world-class cuisine to please the palate and satisfy all the senses.

Here are some highlights of the dining delights in store for guests aboard the Disney Magic:

Dining with an dash of animation magic

New restaurants and new technology are on the menu for the restaurants aboard Disney Magic.

Animator’s Palate, one of the most popular restaurants on the Disney ships, is updated with all-new, animation-adorned walls and larger high-definition flat-screens to provide the best views of the animation magic that takes place all around.  New furnishings all around the interior of the restaurant, including custom-built Mickey Mouse chairs, provide a fun feast for the eyes, while the delectables and dishes provide a feast for the palate.

A heaping helping of entertainment is served up during the brand-new “Drawn to Magic” experience at Animator’s Palate. Throughout this deliciously fresh take on Disney Cruise Line’s much beloved classic dinner celebration, the restaurant’s black and white “blank canvas” explodes into full color as favorite Disney and Disney-Pixar characters, such as Rapunzel from “Tangled” and Remy from “Ratatouille,” come to life right before guests’ eyes. The show culminates with the wait staff in a colorful, lively parade around the transformed restaurant.

From sketch to reality, “Drawn to Magic” is an innovative, memorable, and musical animation celebration being introduced on the Disney Magic.

On every Disney Magic cruise, guests will have an opportunity to experience the tremendously popular “Animation Magic” dinner show that celebrates the magic of Disney animation and allows families to create and participate in an innovative new way. First unveiled on the Disney Fantasy, “Animation Magic” invites guests to create their own hand-drawn characters that magically spring to life, become fully animated and join the show onscreen.

As guests are seated at their tables for dinner, they are invited to draw a character of their own using a simple template on their placemat. Then, just before dinner, house lights dim and a sprinkling of pixie dust illuminates the room.

On large monitors around the room, Sorcerer Mickey Mouse begins the show, inviting guests to enjoy a taste of animation as a montage of memorable food-themed moments from Disney and Disney•Pixar films is shown, set to the tune “Be Our Guest.” After the number is complete, guests’ drawings are whisked away.

After dinner, Mickey returns for the exciting finale. With a musical crescendo, he works his magic and conjures the guests’ drawings – now fully animated and brought to life – into the onscreen action.

A parade starts as Mickey leads the guests’ drawings in a march across the screens around the dining room. The animation becomes more elaborate as the drawings step into scenes from beloved Disney movies, skipping and dancing side-by-side with characters such as Mickey Mouse, Jiminy Cricket, Cinderella and Snow White.

At the conclusion of the show, credits roll on screen showing each guest’s name listed as a guest animator. To commemorate the experience, guests’ drawings are returned to them … with an added touch: a golden seal proclaiming them an Official Disney Animator.

More family dining, from elegant to casual

The vibrancy of Rio de Janeiro creates an energetic atmosphere in Carioca’s, a new restaurant named after Donald Duck’s parrot pal in “The Three Caballeros,” Jose Carioca.  Festooned with lighted lanterns, the restaurant is designed to be “fun by day, elegant by night,” says Lanzisero.

During the day, buffet meals feature a festival theme before night falls and the atmosphere transforms into an after-hours scene of Rio de Janiero, with city-side windows softly illuminated and lanterns flickering overhead.  A scenery scrim is drawn to conceal the buffet and kitchen areas for dinner service, providing a more elegant dining locale. Carioca’s replaces Parrot Cay restaurant, currently on the Disney Magic.

Another new restaurant to the Disney Magic is Cabanas, a casual dining experience with food and beverage stations during daytime hours and a table-service restaurant during dinner.  Drawing inspiration from Australian influences with uniquely Disney touches, Cabanas offers indoor and outdoor dining.  The Australian setting of the Disney-Pixar animated classic “Finding Nemo” inspires the décor and guests can find hints of the film’s fishy and feathered friends throughout the restaurant.  The beach-themed dining room, colorful surfboards, beach umbrellas and teak Adirondack chairs create a sunny “down under” setting for guests.

Cabanas (which replaces the current Topsider Buffet) also is expanding. Imagineers have added more indoor area to the popular restaurant and increased the total square-footage of air-conditioned space by nearly 3,400 square feet to more than 9,460 square feet. After dry dock, seating increases from 249 to 343 indoor seats and from 132 to 112 outdoor seats.

Palo specialty restaurant for adults

Disney Cruise Line’s popular Palo restaurant receives a makeover with stylish wood fixtures, glass artwork panels, new stone floors, decorative lighting and hand-tufted carpet. Red and white striped poles reminiscent of those found throughout the canals in Venice are a design feature. A rich interior color palette – inspired by Venetian artwork – complements gourmet dishes that please guests’ palates.

While the look of Palo is enhanced, the world-renowned Northern Italian cuisine and elegant dining experience has not changed.  Open to guests 18-and-above and available to book as much as 120 days in advance, Palo serves dinner and brunch.


Disney Cruises – Are They Just for the Kids?

Maybe you thought Disney cruises were just for kids. However, these cruises have a lot to offer adults as well. Whether you go alone or with the kids, you may be surprised to find out how much fun you can have as an adult. Adults can enjoy taking a cruise on the Disney Dream, the Disney Wonder, the Disney Fantasy or the Disney Magic, the four ships included in the Disney Cruise Line. Here are just a few of the things adults will find appealing on these cruises.

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Activities and Entertainment During the Day

First, you’ll find that Disney cruises are packed with activities and entertainment all day long. The activities aren’t just for kids either. Have fun enjoying the Quiet Cove Pool, which is only available to adults. You may also want to enjoy some of the family friendly activities, which are just as exciting for adults as they are for the kids.

Enjoy the Evenings

Of course, the daytime isn’t the only time you’ll have a great time on a Disney cruise. There is plenty of great entertainment in the evening that adults will appreciate. Check out dance shows, Broadway style shows and more. Adult only spaces are available as well, such as live music lounges, Irish themed pubs and other exciting spaces where you can enjoy the evening hours.

Refined Dining

Adult only dining options are available on all of the ships in the Disney Cruise Line. For dinner, adults will enjoy Palo, a delicious, adult only, Italian restaurant. Enjoy elegant dining in beautiful surroundings. While you enjoy your refined dining experience, you can listen to piano music and relax while tasting the tempting fare served up at Palo. Buffet options are available, as are the main dining rooms on the ships with set seating.

Disney Cruise Line is not just for kids

These cruises aren’t just for kids to enjoy. Adults will have a great time as well. Enjoy going on a Disney cruise alone with friends or your significant other. You’ll also have a great experience if you take your kids along. They’ll have fun and you’ll find plenty of adult friendly options to enjoy so you can relax and enjoy yourself too.

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