Disney is synonymous with happiness. Disney never fails to create a magical experience for it’s lovers. Irrespective of the age, most of the people love Disney characters and that also gives them a reason to love Disney Cruise. Yes, not just the Disneyland but Disney cruise line is another thing that you must add in your bucket-list if you want to experience someone super happy and fun.
Here are 12 facts about the Disney Cruise that will make you pack your bags right now:
- The Disney ships are known to have four Captains and that makes them the only ship in the world to have this many number of captains.
- The design of the ship takes the inspiration from Mickey Mouse and so there is a resemblance between the colour theme of Mickey and the Ship.
- The life boats on the Disney cruise ships are of yellow colour and do not worry, they don’t violate any standards.
- The staff that works on the ship is really diversified. On an average the total staff represents around 86 countries in the world.
- The swimming pools on the ship are the heated ones so you don’t have to worry about catching the cold while swimming.
- The ship also has high density of staff and as per the calculation, there is one staff for every three guests on board.
- On a seven day cruise, the guests consume about 2700 bottles of champagne and Wine along with 57000 Cups of Coffee and 6000 Kgs of Chicken.
- One of the amazing fact about Disney cruise is that the Disney movie is projected on the same date as on the theatres on land.
- The whistle of the ship is a small wonder it whistles the tune of different Disney songs and that amuses the passengers a lot.
- The Disney ships are eco-friendly and they use the condensed water from air conditioning to for cleaning purposes. This amounts to somewhere around 22.3 gallons of water every year.
- The capacity of the theatres totals to more than 2200 seats. That is right, they can accommodate a total of 2317 people at one go.
- Last but not the least, the Disney also has a private island and only the Disney cruise ships have the permission to visit the island.
I have already added this to my bucket list, what about you?