Disney Cruise Line has scheduled new cruises starting in June 2021. According to the Disney Cruise Line website, one of the first tentative available sailings is a 3-night cruise to the Bahamas. Will it happen? We’ll have to wait and see! As of the writing of this post, COVID-19 is still playing havoc with the cruising industry.
We went on our first and only cruise in 2015 aboard the Disney Wonder. We enjoyed exploring the ship. But a standout feature was watching movies on the ships funnel:
I believe we also saw Mary Poppins during an evening showing. That was amazing! Have you cruised with Disney? If so, what was your favorite part? Please let us know in the comments section below!
FUN FACTS: A funnel is the smokestack or chimney on a ship used to expel boiler steam and smoke or engine exhaust. They are also commonly referred to as stacks. Most cruise ships only need one but have two or more. Why? For looks, of course! In the case of Disney, the second one houses a club for teenagers. If you’d like more information about the fascinating history of funnels (and who doesn’t?) you can check out the article Some Cruise Ship Funnels Have Wings by Emma Cruises. Don’t worry, there are lots of pictures!