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Disney Cruise - Thurs 28th October 3 nights/2 Days Only £251.57 + $25 onboard credit

£251.57 @ Vacationstogo.com
Disney Cruise - Thurs 28th October 3 nights/2 Days Only £251.57 + $25 onboard credit Everything is included for this price, food entertainment. DAY DATE PORT ARRIVE DEPART Thu Oct 28 Po… Read More
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Disney Cruise - Thurs 28th October 3 nights/2 Days Only £251.57 + $25 onboard credit

Everything is included for this price, food entertainment.

DAY DATE PORT ARRIVE DEPART
Thu Oct 28 Port Canaveral, FL 4:00pm
Fri Oct 29 Nassau, Bahamas 9:30am 7:00pm
Sat Oct 30 Castaway Cay, Bahamas 8:30am 5:00pm
Sun Oct 31 Port Canaveral, FL 7:30am

Disney caters to families of all ages with extensive kids programs, spectacular Disney entertainment, relaxing spa facilities and an enticing array of dining options.

Kids from infants to teenagers can enjoy age-specific activities from 9 a.m. to midnight. Experiences for the little ones include special visits from beloved Disney characters like Captain Hook and Snow White. Bigger kids can spend time in Disney's Oceaneer Lab or "steer" the ship from a scaled replica of the ship's bridge, while teens enjoy the comfortable surroundings of their own private area, equipped with big-screen plasma TVs, soda bar, dance floor and Internet cafe. For adults, Disney offers intimate lounges, spa and salon facilities, private pool areas and elegant dining.

In addition to three-, four- or seven-day cruises, travelers can combine a three- or four-day Disney cruise to the Bahamas with three or four days at Walt Disney World in Florida. Longer European cruises are also available, visiting popular ports of call in the Mediterranean and Northern Europe.

Hop onboard a Disney cruise ship and find fun for the whole family.
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#1
As VTG is US company these prices are probably dollars - OK bit cheaper but do not include airfare (£500 ish ) and overnight stay in hotel on arrival. Still cheap ???????
#2
CAMEBANDIT
As VTG is US company these prices are probably dollars - OK bit cheaper but do not include airfare (£500 ish ) and overnight stay in hotel on arrival. Still cheap ???????


Still Cheap???????? well yes if your going that way and interested for a cruise!!!! Bit cheaper are you for real!!! Price is over £1500 in the brochure!

Prices are not in dollars they have been converted and as stated

Shall I just not bother posting deals that some people may find intersting becuase of negative people like yourself who like to put other people suggestions and offer down all the time!
#3
Anything under £100 per night is decent for a cruise. But having to travel all that way for a 3 day cruise is too much, great for people already travelling that way on those dates but there are few and far between.

So an ok ish deal with limited appeal, but still worth posting.
#4
Broadsword
Anything under £100 per night is decent for a cruise. But having to travel all that way for a 3 day cruise is too much, great for people already travelling that way on those dates but there are few and far between.

So an ok ish deal with limited appeal, but still worth posting.


Like you say its more for people heading that way or who will be there, obviously some people do travel to cruise also.

Some people may want to tie it in with a Florida trip to Disney World and the parks etc also.

Thanks for your comments, which are constructive unlike others who like to dish other peoples posts.
#5
This a good price for a Disney cruise and vacationstogo.com are very reliable - we have booked through the site loads of times. We have a villa in Orlando and go on cruises from Florida on a regular basis. The prices of cruises in the US are much lower than we pay here in the UK. There are lots of bargains to be had that are much better than this. The pricing structure of cruise lines is such that the brochure price allows for a huge discount to make it look even better value. We have been on week long cruises with as much as 82% off the brochure price e.g. a suite on Princess last year for only $625 + $150 on board credit. You just have to search around for the best price on the USA websites. You can regularly pick up 4 night Bahamas cruises for $180 on NCL out of Miami. We recommend cruises to our guests who rent our villa.
#6
jimiansville
This a good price for a Disney cruise and vacationstogo.com are very reliable - we have booked through the site loads of times. We have a villa in Orlando and go on cruises from Florida on a regular basis. The prices of cruises in the US are much lower than we pay here in the UK. There are lots of bargains to be had that are much better than this. The pricing structure of cruise lines is such that the brochure price allows for a huge discount to make it look even better value. We have been on week long cruises with as much as 82% off the brochure price e.g. a suite on Princess last year for only $625 + $150 on board credit. You just have to search around for the best price on the USA websites. You can regularly pick up 4 night Bahamas cruises for $180 on NCL out of Miami. We recommend cruises to our guests who rent our villa.


I also have a villa in Florida and recommend cruises to our guests and family who stay there.

There are a lot of bargains but remembering Disney is a 5* Cruise compared to NCL which is a 3*, I guarantee you wont be disappointed with a Disney Cruise line, we have been on Royal Carribean and its excellent but doesnt compare so I felt at this price it is excellent, have you been on a Disney Cruise?
#7
Always nice to hear from a fellow Florida villa owner. Yes, we have been on a Disney cruise on the Disney Magic and it was fine - too many kids for my taste and didn't like the allocated seating for dinner so wouldn't book with them again. I wasn't saying the price didn't represent good value - merely pointing out that there are other bargains available. I used NCL as an example of what is available - nothing more than that. However, since you have brought it up, if you check the Berlitz guide to cruise ships and cruise lines, which is widely regarded as the "bible" of the cruise industry for travellers seeking a true classification of not just the cruise line but also each and every cruise ship, you will see that both Disney Wonder and Disney Magic are classed as 4* ships - exactly the same category as the Norwegian ships apart from the Nowegian Sky (which is 3.5* and is leaving the fleet this year). We have been on all the main cruise lines over the years and our favourites are Princess and Holland America. Going on the new Oasis of the Seas for 7 days out of Ft Lauderdale in March following our stay in the villa.
#8
We target £50pppn including tax for cruise base price(inside cabin)

Disney seem overpriced in the cruise market so could be a good deal for those that are looking at Disney anyway

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