Premier Cruise Line’s “Big Red Boat.” From 1985 to 1992, Disney partnered with Premier and its bright red-hulled cruise ship that operated out of Port Canaveral to provide Disney costumed characters for the cruise line’s Bahamas cruises in connection with a multi-day vacation stay at Walt Disney World.
Carnival Cruise Line, Disney Cruise Line, Norwegian Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean International, which offer cruises from Port Canaveral, won honors in Porthole Cruise Magazine’s 2019 Readers’ Choice Awards. Readers of the monthly magazine picked the very best ships, amenities and destinations.
All four major cruise lines that operate out of Port Canaveral were recognized in Condé Nast Traveler’s 32nd annual Readers’ Choice Awards survey.
At the D23 Expo 2019 today, Disney Parks, Experiences and Products Chairman Bob Chapek announced the highly anticipated name of the fifth Disney Cruise Line ship, gave us a first glance of the ship’s elegant atrium and revealed the iconic Disney character that will adorn the ship’s stern.
Travel + Leisure readers have chosen Disney Cruise Line as the No. 1 Ocean Cruise Line among those carrying 2,200 passengers or more. As part of the publication’s World’s Best Awards, readers were asked to rate cruise lines on their service, staterooms, food, destinations, excursions and value.
The Canaveral Port Authority and Disney Cruise Line have reached a new 20-year agreement to expand operations and make Port Canaveral home for two of Disney Cruise Line’s three new ships.
After scoring approval to buy 746 acres of land on the island of Eleuthera, known for its pink sand beaches and surf, Disney Cruise Line this week completed the purchase, setting the stage for a second Disney private destination in the Bahamas.
The Canaveral Port Authority’s upcoming meeting agenda revealed what appears to be the project name or class for the three new Disney Cruise Line ships that will set sail starting in 2021, according to wdwinfo.com.