Disney cruise ships conjure up ghoulish Halloween fun

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Halloween on Disney Cruise ships (credit: The Walt Disney Company)

Halloween on Disney Cruise ships (credit: The Walt Disney Company)

 

Disney News: Cruise Line transforms ships that sail during Halloween

If you’re sailing with Disney Cruise Line late October, the Halloween celebrations are going to be as spook-tacular as they are at the theme parks. From Disney characters in costume and frightfully fun Disney movies to haunted parties on deck and themed menu items like Witches Brew, the ship will be bewitched for Halloween.

Haunted Parties for children and adults

Dress your children up in favorite costumes and meet on deck to see what staff and Disney characters are dressed up as! Groove to live music and eat lots of candy during the haunted costume party. Adults can escape to Adult-only section on the ship’s nighttime entertainment districts for parties that include costume contests.

Not So Scary Movies

Get spooked in the pool with Halloween-themed movies or catch the same movies in your staterooms and get frightened to sleep!

Restaurant Trick or Treat

Cruise chefs have transformed the menu for ghoulish delights. Dare to bit into a spider cake or drink a Witch’s Brew. The chocolate cake stuffed with a creamy pumpkin filling is the best Halloween sweet treat on the ship!

Halloween Cruises

To catch the Halloween fun onboard, you’ll need to be on the following departures:

  • Disney Magic: October 20 and October 27 departure for a seven-night Western Caribbean itinerary (Grand Cayman, Cozumel and Costa Maya)
  • Disney Dream: October 25 departure for a three-night Bahamian cruise; October 28 departure for a four-night Bahamian cruise (Nassau and Castaway Cay)
  • Disney Fantasy: October 20 departure for a seven-night Eastern Caribbean cruise (St. Marteen, Castaway Cay and St. Thomas); October 27 departure for a seven-night Western Caribbean itinerary (Grand Cayman, Cozumel, Costa Maya and Castaway Cay).

Tell us…

Have you ever celebrated Halloween at sea?