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The Unofficial Guide to the Disney Cruise Line 2016 is your no-nonsense, consumer-oriented guide to Disney’s cruise vacations. Whether you’re planning a family trip, a first-time cruiser, or yearning to try something new, The Unofficial Guide to Disney Cruise Line 2016 will make sense of the multiplying options and amenities that Disney Cruise Line has to offer.
Consistent with the Unofficial Guides series, The Unofficial Guide to Disney Cruise Line 2016 leverages the author’s collective decades of experience reviewing Disney travel and provide reviews, recommendations, and suggestions for:
- Which Disney ship to choose for your first cruise and how to find the perfect itinerary
- When to book your cruise to get the cheapest fares
- What to pack and where to meet Disney characters on board
- Unbiased reviews of restaurants, live entertainment, and nightlife
- Full coverage of Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay
- New itinerary and port guides, including detailed maps, to help visitors explore the best each port offers.
- Updates on the new Star Wars and Frozen shows onboard select ships
- The best family activities, including children’s clubs, family games, and sports
- Coverage of the latest improvements to the Disney Dream.
About the authors: Len Testa, a lifelong Disney theme park fan, is also coauthor of The Color Companion to Walt Disney World and The Unofficial Guide to Disneyland. Len leads the team at TouringPlans.com, the website and research arm of The Unofficial Guides. As a charter member of the official Walt Disney Parks Moms Panel, Erin Foster has researched and written answers to more than 10,000 guest questions about Disney travel. Laurel Stewart manages operations and does business development for TouringPlans.com. She is also a contributing writer to The Unofficial Guide series. Ritchey Halphen is a project editor at Keen Communications. His two decades of publishing experience include editing stints at Cooking Light, Southern Living, and Health magazines.