Kids Sail Free on Disney Wonder


For a limited time, kids can sail free on most three-night Bahamian cruises this winter and spring on Disney Cruise Line, providing travel agents the perfect deal to entice first-time cruisers.

Guests 12 and under can sail free on three-night voyages aboard the Disney Wonder when accompanied by two full-fare paying guests within the same stateroom. This offer is valid for most sailings January 22 to May 28, 2009, and covers a variety of stateroom categories, ranging from deluxe family staterooms with verandahs to standard inside staterooms. There are a limited number of staterooms available for this special offer.  While the cruise fare with this special offer is free for guests 12 and under, clients booking will be responsible for Government Taxes and Fees for all stateroom occupants, including those 12 and under.

Clients who sail during this time period will enjoy a host of new offerings on the Disney Wonder.  The ship recently launched a 3-D cinematic experience in both the Walt Disney and Buena Vista Theatres where guests can enjoy first-run, full-length 3-D films such as Walt Disney Pictures’ Bolt and the upcoming Jonas Brothers: The 3-D Concert Experience. This past spring the Disney Wonder premiered a new theatrical production, “Toy Story-The Musical.”  Additionally, young cruisers will delight in new activities at the Oceaneer Club and Lab featuring characters and storylines from popular Disney•Pixar films.

To book a vacation or to get complete details on the “Kids Free” special offer, travel agents can visit or call Disney Cruise Line at 888-DCL-2500. Agents should mention or input booking code “FREE” when making the reservation.

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