Disney Cruise Line

Disney Cruise Line has only one ship scheduled at the Civitavecchia Port: Disney Magic

Not only theme parks. From several years, for those who love the Disney universe there are also cruises, arriving in Europe with the Port of Civitavecchia included, as well as to the Caribbean, Bahamas, Alaska and Mexico.

Disney Cruise Line was founded in 1996, and Disney Magic is the first ship to sail the seas, entry into service in 1998, offers pure Disney style environments and entertainment, complete with mouse drawn on the sides and on the smokestacks and the “roller coaster” of water that run along the sides.

The Disney Magic is the only one that sails the Mediterranean Sea with a visit in our Port of Civitavecchia.

Disney Cruise Line also has a small private island, Castaway Cay, in the Bahamas specially equipped to be a port and a tourist spot for Disney ships and cruisers.

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