Disney’s ‘Magic at Sea’ cruise heads to Australia for the first time


Disney fans are delighted to hear that the brand’s famous cruise ship is heading to Australian shores for the very first time.

The aptly named Disney Magic at Sea cruise liner will allow guests from Australia to interact with a number of fan-favorite characters from disney, wonder, Pixar and star wars while hanging around Australia and New Zealand.

“We’re thrilled to bring the magic of a Disney cruise vacation close to home for guests in Australia and New Zealand,” said Josh D’Amaro, President, Disney Parks, Experiences and Products. “On these limited-time cruises, the ship is the destination, and our amazing Disney Cruise Line crew look forward to welcoming guests aboard as they’re immersed in their favorite Disney, Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars stories. .”

The Australian leg of Disney at Sea will begin on October 28, 2023 from Sydney. During the ship’s stay in the Southern Hemisphere, she will visit Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, Auckland and New Zealand. Cruises will vary in duration from two to six nights. Tickets will go on sale to the general public from Thursday, September 29, 2022 at 8:00 a.m. AEST.

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In addition to interacting with famous Disney characters, guests will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in imaginative meals that “combine gourmet specialties with legendary Disney tales” and watch “Broadway-style musicals and larger than life deck parties for the whole family”.

The cruise liner’s rooms are plush and feature Disney memorabilia touches throughout. From two-bedroom suites to family rooms and standard single rooms, this is a variety of accommodations perfect for any type of Disney fan.

The ship generally tends to stay around North and Central America, but has visited parts of Europe. The trip to Australia will mark her maiden voyage to this side of the world.

For more information on itineraries and to reserve your place on the cruise, visit the website here.

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