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Disney Magic Review and Specifications
Specifications of Disney Magic
|Year built||1998 / Age : 20|
|Builder||Fincantieri (Marghera, Italy)|
|Building cost||USD 400 million|
|Owner||The Walt Disney Company|
|Operator||Disney Cruise Line|
|Speed||22 kn / 41 kph / 25 mph|
|Length (LOA)||294 m / 965 ft|
|Beam (width)||32 m / 105 ft|
|Gross Tonnage||83969 gt|
|Passengers||1754 - 2456|
|Decks with cabins||6|
|Christened by||Patricia Disney|
Current itinerary of Disney Magic
Disney Magic current cruise is 5 days, round-trip Halloween On The High Seas Bermuda Cruise, themed as "Halloween". Prices start from USD 2529 (double occupancy rates). The itinerary starts on 19 Oct, 2018 and ends on 24 Oct, 2018.
|Date / Time||Port|
|19 Oct||Departing from New York, Cape Liberty Bayonne NJ-NYC|
|21 Oct 10:00 - 15:00||Kings Wharf, Bermuda|
|24 Oct||Arriving in New York, Cape Liberty Bayonne NJ-NYC|
Review of Disney Magic
History - construction & ownership
The shipowner Disney Cruise Line is subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company. Incorporated in 1996 as "Magical Cruise Company Ltd". Disney Cruise Line operates ships and also owns the Bahamian private island Castaway Cay (exclusive port of call for Disney ships only) and an exclusive Cruise Terminal at Port Canaveral (Orlando Florida). Disney cruises are marketed as "family vacations" and feature costumed Disney Characters, exclusive deck areas for adults, teens, kids and infants-todddlers, themed live entertainment and signature (trademarked) onboard facilities and activities.
The 83,969-ton, 1,750-passenger ship Disney Magic provides some of the best sea travel vacation experiences. And just like all Disney businesses, the ship’s primary market are families with small children (mostly kids younger than 8) – the major revenue provider for the Walt Disney company. However, on Disney Magic you’ll also find many passengers traveling without kids.
The ever first Disney ship, Magic was launched in 1998 to serve the special preferences of a new generation Disney package vacation fun fans. The Disney Magic ship design resembles the 1920’s luxurious ocean liners, but what really makes this vessel worthy of its Disney name are all the Disney characters, special facilities and unique fun activities on-board, along with the greatest kids programs at sea, the most Magic-al deck parties and excellent service.
The CLIENTELE consists almost entirely of USA and Canada Disney cruise fun fans. The new Disney approach to children by age-related activities and specially dedicated on-board venues makes all ships mostly appealing for multi-generational travellers.
Disney Magic DRESS CODE – day casual and evening resort casual, meaning for men – jackets (no ties) and pants, and for women – summer dresses (no swimwear-shorts-jeans in the main restaurants at dinner). All Disney Magic 7-day sailings include one formal and one semi-formal night.
Disney Magic TIPS (totaling US $12 PP per day, automatically charged to guests’s shipboard accounts), given to: $8 waiters (dining room server $4, assistant server $3, head server $1) and $4 to cabin attendants. Additionally, a 15% gratuity is included on all bar drinks and on-board service areas.
Cruise itinerary program
Disney Magic itinerary program is based on Eastern Caribbean and Bahamas roundtrip cruises departing from Miami, Florida. Feature port destination include the Disney Cruise Line’s private island in the Bahamas, Castaway Cay. In 2015 the ship operates on Baltic cruises leaving from Dover, UK and in the Mediterranean sailing out of Barcelona.
Most Disney Magic staterooms are 225-260-sq.foot Balcony rooms. There are a total of 877 staterooms (of which 22 Suites, 362 Balcony rooms, 256 inside) in 21 categories. The largest aboard Disney Magic are the Royal Suites (845 ft2, plus 185 ft2 balcony).
The ever first Disney ship Disney Magic boasts elegant Art Deco decorations of public spaces and a most affordable “jazzy” luxury in all its staterooms, of which even the standard cabins are designed as mini-suites (separate bedroom and living areas).
All Disney Magic cabins are designed with families in mind – some of the most spacious and most elegant at sea, and of course – with “Mickeys” everywhere. Cabins are quiet and offer comfortable privacy, appealing to both families and people traveling without youngsters. Even the standard Disney Magic cabins boast a separate bedroom and a living area (common to mini-suite accommodations of other brands), 2 beds convertible to a queen, the living room including a convertible sofa (an option for 3rd single bed); many cabins also have bunk beds (for a 4th person).
Disney Magic family cruise cabins for families of 5 have a Murphy bed. Plenty of drawers, a closet with sliding doors, a desk-dressing table, a flat TV, a safe, 2 portable “Wave Phones” (with texting capabilities and coverage throughout the ship and on Castaway island).
An unique feature of all Disney cruise cabins are the split-badrooms (“bath and a half” configurations) – one with a toilet and a sink, the other with tub-shower-sink (the cheapest insides with a single bath 1 sink). Decent bathroom amenities (soap-shampoo-conditioner-lotion), a hair dryer.
All Disney Magic suites are located on Deck 8 and feature a concierge service, deluxe design elements, huge Jacuzzis, better quality mattresses and large verandas (among the additional amenities are robes, slippers and a vanity pack).
Shipboard dining options - Food and Drinks
Disney Magic dining options include 3 main restaurants with a most fun rotational dining scheme (whatever the restaurant, your table number is the same, as well as companions and servers), a traditional 2-seating (at 5:45 and 8:15 pm, the earlier cater to the youngest kids). The traditional “Lumiere’s” restaurant is decorated Art Deco (French menu), the “Animator’s Palate” boast special light effects and video LED screens, and the “Carioca’s” is a Caribbean-themed dining room with the most fun waiters and decorated in beautiful bright colors (this restaurant is also available for breakfast-lunch buffets).
The Disney Magic ship food experience features ample portions (everything is on-board made), with several choices of salads and fresh vegetables, a great variety of seafood, meats, pasta, and naturally, a separate kids menu is available.
Casual dining on-board is called “Cabanas” (a buffet restaurant, located high up and aft (overlooking the stern, a great outdoor dining option). Deck 9 offers 3 fast-food stations – the “Pete’s Boiler Bites", the “Pinocchio’s Pizzeria” and the “Daisy’s De-Lites”.
Specialty dining options are offered at “Palo” (an adults-only fine restaurant (costs extra, located on Deck 10; reservations are required, it’s relatively small venue, so early booking is advisable). Italian (Med) cuisine, including superb fish and seafood dishes, the brunch here offers Champagne and cold buffet with seafood and meats, great salads and desserts, and hot made-to-order selections (eggs-meat-fish).
The room-service menu is simple (cold sandwiches, salads, hot dogs, burgers, lasagna, pizza, cookies), the service is fast, and suite guests enjoy hot breakfast and dining room meals options. Free drinks (Coca-Cola products) are also available at meals and at the 24-hour drink pavilion (Deck 9 aft).
Follows the complete list of Disney Magic restaurants and food bars.
- Lumiere’s Restaurant (471-seat forward Dining Room; with two open Dinner servings - 5:30 p.m.-6 p.m. and 8 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; on 7+ day cruises features Gala Dessert Buffet)
- Carioca’s / Parrot Cay Restaurant (471-seat aft Dining Room with South American and Brazilian specialties for dinner)
- Animator’s Palate Restaurant (471- seat aft Dining Room, animator’s studio design, features favorite Disney-character dinner shows; serves complimentary drinks; Rotational Dining with two fixed Dinner seatings – at 5:45 p.m. and 8:15 p.m.)
- Cabanas (self service complimentary restaurant with American cuisine, pasta, sushi)
- Pinocchio’s Pizzeria (outdoor complimentary restaurant, poolside)
- Pete’s Boiler Bites (fast food outdoor eatery; Lunch and Dinner)
- Daisy’s De-Lites (outdoor fast food eatery, poolside)
- Palo (116-seat Italian specialty restaurant; adults-only, reservation-only; aft location; bookings via internet or on board).
Shipboard entertainment options - Fun and Sport
The Disney Magic ship public rooms are nothing short to amazing. The “Walt Disney” Theater have a capacity of 977 seats and offers live performances and huge Disney productions (like Broadway-style musicals and classy review shows) on a 2-deck-high rotational stage. The “Buena Vista” Theater is smaller (showing Disney movies). Most of the ship’s public spaces are on Decks 3-4-5. The most famous are: the Promenade Lounge (family-friendly, great music), Studio Sea (game shows, exhibitions, karaoke), the Atrium (a great place to meet Disney characters for an autograph, the place for the Captain’s cocktail party and for Disney pin trading), 3 shops (on Deck 4 are “Mickey’s Mates” (Disney memorabilia and postcards) and “Treasure Ketch” (logos, jewelry, watches), and the duty-free “Up Beat” is on Deck 3 (perfumes, liquor). The pool deck’s adult section has a coffee house – the Cove Cafe (specialty coffees, bar drinks).
Like all Disney ships, the Magic has no casino (there’s bingo with good jackpots). One of the features that make the Magic ship a special place to be are the deck parties, the highlight being “The Pirates in the Caribbean” Party – a great, most attended by all age groups themed Disney ship cruise fun.
Naturally, most of the shipboard entertainment is Disney themed (like the goldies “Twice Charmed: An Original Twist on the Cinderella Story”, “Villains Tonight!” and the “Disney Dreams”) with all the feature Disney characters). And there are Disney movies, including first-runs (shown in the ship’s two theaters “Buena Vista” and “Walt Disney”) and Disney 3D movies.
In lounges and clubs there are numerous family activities during the day – dance parties, bingo, pirate quests, shuffleboard and video games tournaments, all kinds of contests, pool games, family karaoke, dance lessons, talent shows. Between dinner times, there is a short family friendly cabaret show, with its adult version after hours.
Most of the adult-themed activities are at night for guests ages 18-25, like “Match Your Mate”, “Singles’ Mingle” and “College Club Social”. The Magic ship’s adult-only daytime programs are 3: the “Navigating the Seas” series (lectures and video info about the ship), the “Disney Behind the Scenes” series (about the “know-how” of Disney specials – from food to entertainment) and the “Art of Entertaining” series, all of which are at no additional charge (for wine tastings there’s a $12 charge, $15 for martini and margarita tastings).
MS Disney Magic kids cruise programs are the main reason for the Disney Magic line’s high loyalty guests ratio. Designed with families in mind, there are several huge areas on-board, designated for kids with activities for every age level. All kids ages 3-10 have access to 2 interconnected club areas – the Oceaneer’s “Club” (7-10 yo) and “Lab” (8-12 yo).
Kids clubs occupy an enormous space resembling a pirate ship, with PCs and TV monitors cloaked in treasure chests, and fun activities like cooking classes, games and contests, food-fests and pool parties. “Edge” is the tweens’ club (11-13 yo) with PC and PS games, arts and crafts, and a bridge simulator for navigating a ship. The teen-only area (14-17 yo) is called “Vibe” (located in a funnel midship) – a special lounge with huge couches, flat TVs and video games, other hit activities are the dance parties and the karaoke. All kids programs (age 3+) are complimentary.
“It’s A Small World” ship nursery (babies 3 months to 3 years of age) is at additional cost of $6 per-hour ($5 for the 2nd child). An on-line service allows guests to order from over 1,000 “Babies Travel Lite” products in advance of their sailing (delivered to their cabin). All services are also available on Castaway Cay. All Disney children counselors are college educated, well experienced and attentive.
Follows the complete list of Disney Magic lounges, clubs and other entertainment venues for kids, teens and adults.
- Walt Disney Magic Theatre (977-seat, 3-dechs high; offers live shows, aerial acrobatics performances, grand-style productions, 3D movies; with two evening shows – at 6:15 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.)
- Magic’s Atrium (3-deck high central ship area, featuring custommade carpet, new furnishings, art deco chandelier, grand piano and large portholes, with “Helmsman Mickey” bronze statue)
- After Hours/Beat Street (3 clubs' entertainment district, adults only after 9 p.m.; Fathom, Keys and O’Gill’s Pub)
- Fathom Lounge Disco & Nightclub
- Keys (adults-only piano bar, features handcrafted cocktails)
- O’Gill’s Pub (sports bar, with large TVs and live music)
- Mickey’s Mates; Mickey’s Mainsail (Disney brand logo shops for postcards, souvenirs, DVDs, toys, clothes, games)
- Sea Treasures (duty-free crystal, brand jewelry, watches, precious stones, Disney merchandise, underwear, sport and swimming apparel); Quacks (Disney logo swimwear, T-shirts, towels)
- Up Beat (duty free brand jewelry, perfumes, liquor and tobaccos); Treasure Ketch (duty free shop); Whitecaps (Disney logo goods)
- Promenade Lounge (104-seat family venue with full bar service, specialty coffees and drinks; with the Internet Cafe)
- Studio Sea (game shows, exhibitions, karaoke)
- Buena Vista Theatre (268-seat 4D cinema, features 3D movies, Dolby Surround 7.1 and Dolby 3D movie technology)
- Preludes Bar (quick wait-service snacks & beverages bar)
- Shutters Photo Shop (photo packages, accessories, photographic services); Vista Gallery
- D Lounge Bar & Nightclub
- Vibe Disco & Club Lounge (teens only)
- It’s A Small World Nursery (for 3 months to 3 yo infants and toddlers; reservations required)
- Magic’s Oceaneer Club (kids 3-12 yo; with four play areas with themes from Disney films); Magic’s Oceaneer Lab (play area for kids 3-12 yo)
- Senses Spa & Fitness Complex (with Treatment Salon, Roman Bath, Sauna, Relaxation Room; Fitness Centre /health and wellbeing seminars; Beauty Salon)
- Senses Spa Villas (private suites with own hot tub, private verandah, Roman bed with canopy, open air shower)
- Quiet Cove Pool (adults only pool, served by Cove Bar; with 2 Whirlpools)
- Cove Cafe (adult-only, with big TV screen; Wi-Fi spot)
- Signals Bar (adults-only bar for snacks and beverages, poolside)
- Eye Scream Treats Bar (complimentary ice cream, poolside)
- Frozone Treats (iced fruit smoothies bar, poolside)
- Eye Scream Treats (Monsters Inc themed ice cream parlor)
- Goofy’s Family Pool; Mickey’s Pool; Nephews’ Splash Zone; AquaDunk Water Slide; AquaLab (kids interactive waterplay area)
- Quarter Masters (video games arcade)
- Edge Lounge (11-14 yo teens-only club area, with a giant video wall, interactive games, Internet)
- 24x14ft Outdoor LED moviescreen
- Wide World of Sports Court (basketball, volleyball, soccer)
- Radio Studio (live radio programs for Disney Magic itinerary related news and onboard events)
- Outlook Bar (retreat area with piano and full bar; hosts weddings receptions).
Disney Magic wiki
- Walt Disney cruise ship Magic is the first one - ever. Her sister is Disney Wonder. Each one of them is 40% smaller in size compared to the 2 new Disney ships (Dream and Fantasy).
- The ship's first cruise (Maiden Voyage) was on July 30, 1998. Godmother is Patricia Disney (yep, she's from the Walt Disney family too).
- Fun fact is that the Disney Magic cruise ship held the record for paying the highest ever regular Panama Canal passing toll (exactl;ly $331,200). However, the record was beaten later by the Princess Cruises Coral Princess ship ($400,000).
- The 2013 Disney Magic deck plan changes after the major refurbishment and refit feature: cabins and lounges overhaul, adding the Disney's AquaDuck waterpark (waterslide), the AquaLab and the Marvels Avengers Academy (kids play area).
- Outside, Magic looks like an ocean liner from the early years of the 20th century. She stands elegant in her signature outfit - the most famous of them all - Mickey Mouse. The Magic's inside decoration is influenced by both Art Nouveau and Art Deco styles. On this Disney cruise ship debuted many Marvel super heroes - a really thrilling experience for the youngest of guests.
Follows the ship's concise service history (former itineraries):
- 1998-2005] 7-day Caribbean from Port Canaveral (Orlando) Florida
- [2005-2012] relocated to San Diego CA
- [2012-2013] relocated to NYC New York and sailing from there to Bahamas, Canada/New England
- [2013 June] relocated to Europe (Barcelona) for the summer season, also receiveng a 6-week extensive refurbishment. After the 2013 Transatlantic crossin started departures out of Miami FL, later was repositioned back to Orlando.
- In 2016, The Walt Disney cruise company deployed the Magic ship in Europe. For the first time ever, Disney offered UK cruise departures (from port Dover England) to ports in Baltic Sea (incl Norwegian Fjords), Iceland, UK (British Isles). Throughout 2016 summer, the ship operated in the Western Mediterranean (leaving from Barcelona). After that followed a 12-day Transatlantic repositioning to NYC for round-trip cruises to Canada (5-6-day to New England - Saint John NB and Halifax NS) and 8-9-day to Florida-Bahamas (visiting Port Canaveral, Nassau and the private island Castaway Cay).
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Disney Magic Itineraries
The below listed Disney Magic cruise prices on itineraries are only indicative and Per Person (in US dollars, based on double occupancy). These are the cheapest Disney Cruise Line fares on the ship’s lowest category cabins available for booking. Cruise fares typically change with departure dates approaching, last minute deals, discounts, promotions, independent travel agency offers.
|Date||Cruise Name||Departure Port||Price from|
|2018 Oct 09||4 days, round-trip Halloween On The High Seas Canada Cruise||New York|
|2018 Oct 13||6 days, round-trip Halloween On The High Seas Bermuda Cruise||New York||$2635|
|2018 Oct 19||5 days, round-trip Halloween On The High Seas Bermuda Cruise||New York||$2529|
|2018 Oct 24||5 days, round-trip Halloween On The High Seas Bermuda Cruise||New York||$2049|
|2018 Oct 29||5 days, round-trip Halloween On The High Seas Bermuda Cruise||New York||$2045|
|2018 Nov 03||7 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||New York||$3517|
|2018 Nov 10||7 days, round-trip Very Merrytime Bahamian Cruise||New York||$3237|
|2018 Nov 17||7 days, round-trip Very Merrytime Bahamian Cruise||New York||$3971|
|2018 Nov 24||6 days, one-way from New York to San Juan||New York||$1931|
|2018 Nov 30||5 days, one-way from San Juan to Miami||San Juan||$1823|
|2018 Dec 05||4 days, round-trip Very Merrytime Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$1993|
|2018 Dec 09||5 days, round-trip Very Merrytime Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$2208|
|2018 Dec 14||5 days, round-trip Very Merrytime Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2107|
|2018 Dec 19||4 days, round-trip Very Merrytime Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2421|
|2018 Dec 23||5 days, round-trip Very Merrytime Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$4104|
|2018 Dec 28||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$4559|
|2019 Jan 02||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2780|
|2019 Jan 06||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$2338|
|2019 Jan 11||5 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2138|
|2019 Jan 16||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$1652|
|2019 Jan 20||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$2318|
|2019 Jan 25||5 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2168|
|2019 Jan 30||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$1618|
|2019 Feb 03||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$2243|
|2019 Feb 08||5 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2268|
|2019 Feb 13||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$1835|
|2019 Feb 17||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$2901|
|2019 Feb 22||5 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2330|
|2019 Feb 27||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$1790|
|2019 Mar 03||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$2511|
|2019 Mar 08||5 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$3170|
|2019 Mar 13||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2270|
|2019 Mar 17||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$2731|
|2019 Mar 22||5 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2780|
|2019 Mar 27||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2390|
|2019 Mar 31||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$2521|
|2019 Apr 05||5 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2280|
|2019 Apr 10||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2134|
|2019 Apr 14||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$3331|
|2019 Apr 19||5 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2880|
|2019 Apr 24||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2302|
|2019 Apr 28||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$2497|
|2019 May 03||5 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2520|
|2019 May 08||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2206|
|2019 May 12||13 days, one-way from Miami to Barcelona||Miami||$4789|
|2019 May 25||7 days, round-trip Mediterranean Cruise||Barcelona||$4350|
|2019 Jun 01||7 days, round-trip Mediterranean Cruise||Barcelona||$4210|
|2019 Jun 08||6 days, one-way from Barcelona to Civitavecchia||Barcelona||$4010|
|2019 Jun 14||8 days, round-trip Mediterranean Cruise||Civitavecchia||$4946|
|2019 Jun 22||7 days, one-way from Civitavecchia to Barcelona||Civitavecchia||$5416|
|2019 Jun 29||10 days, round-trip Mediterranean Cruise||Barcelona||$7742|
|2019 Jul 09||5 days, round-trip Mediterranean Cruise||Barcelona||$4291|
|2019 Jul 14||7 days, one-way from Barcelona to Dover||Barcelona||$5885|
|2019 Jul 21||11 days, one-way from Dover to Copenhagen||Dover||$10884|
|2019 Aug 01||7 days, round-trip Northern Europe Cruise||Copenhagen||$6814|
|2019 Aug 08||10 days, one-way from Copenhagen to Dover||Copenhagen||$7559|
|2019 Aug 18||7 days, round-trip Northern Europe Cruise||Dover||$5154|
|2019 Aug 25||7 days, round-trip Norwegian Fjords Cruise||Dover||$4657|
|2019 Sep 01||7 days, round-trip Northern Europe Cruise||Dover||$3631|
|2019 Sep 08||7 days, round-trip British Isles Cruise||Dover||$3994|
|2019 Sep 15||10 days, one-way from Dover to New York||Dover||$3513|
|2019 Sep 25||5 days, round-trip Halloween On The High Seas Bermuda Cruise||New York||$2899|
|2019 Sep 30||5 days, round-trip Halloween On The High Seas Canada Cruise||New York||$2558|
|2019 Oct 12||5 days, round-trip Halloween On The High Seas Bermuda Cruise||New York||$2949|
|2019 Oct 17||5 days, round-trip Halloween On The High Seas Bermuda Cruise||New York||$2749|
|2019 Oct 27||7 days, round-trip Halloween On The High Seas Bahamian Cruise||New York||$3608|
|2019 Nov 03||7 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||New York||$3678|
|2019 Nov 10||5 days, one-way from New York to San Juan||New York||$1786|
|2019 Nov 15||5 days, one-way from San Juan to Miami||San Juan||$2043|
|2019 Nov 20||3 days, round-trip Very Merrytime Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$1501|
|2019 Nov 23||6 days, round-trip Very Merrytime Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$3585|
|2019 Nov 29||3 days, round-trip Very Merrytime Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$1759|
|2019 Dec 02||5 days, round-trip Very Merrytime Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2214|
|2019 Dec 07||5 days, round-trip Very Merrytime Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$2231|
|2019 Dec 12||4 days, round-trip Very Merrytime Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2021|
|2019 Dec 16||5 days, round-trip Very Merrytime Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2424|
|2019 Dec 21||5 days, round-trip Very Merrytime Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$3834|
|2019 Dec 26||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$3205|
|2019 Dec 30||5 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$4184|
|2020 Jan 04||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$2288|
|2020 Jan 09||5 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2238|
|2020 Jan 14||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$1638|
|2020 Jan 18||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$2273|
|2020 Jan 23||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$1644|
|2020 Jan 27||5 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2218|
|2020 Feb 01||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$2228|
|2020 Feb 06||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$1644|
|2020 Feb 10||5 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2218|
|2020 Feb 15||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$2838|
|2020 Feb 20||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$1844|
|2020 Feb 24||5 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2258|
|2020 Feb 29||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$2498|
|2020 Mar 05||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$1804|
|2020 Mar 09||5 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2788|
|2020 Mar 14||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$2783|
|2020 Mar 19||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2244|
|2020 Mar 23||5 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2888|
|2020 Mar 28||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$2583|
|2020 Apr 02||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2440|
|2020 Apr 06||5 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2988|
|2020 Apr 11||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$2833|
|2020 Apr 16||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2180|
|2020 Apr 20||5 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2388|
|2020 Apr 25||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise||Miami||$2313|
|2020 Apr 30||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2207|
|2020 May 04||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$2028|
|2020 May 08||3 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise||Miami||$1752|