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Disney Dream: Setting Sail from Miami All Year Long

By , Public Relations Manager, Disney Cruise Line

Hi, I’m Paula, Public Relations Manager at Disney Cruise Line and I’m so excited to share my first blog post with you on the Disney Parks Blog. What’s even more exciting is that I get to share fantastic news for one of my favorite ships on the fleet, so if you’ve been thinking about sailing on a Disney cruise before the year ends, this is your sign to do so!


Miami is already a vibrant and famous city to visit. With the Disney Dream’s arrival, family vacations in South Florida just got a little more magical whether you’re a local or traveling from afar.

Following a dreamy summer of South Florida cruises, families can continue to set sail on the Disney Dream out of Miami this fall and winter. I don’t know about you, but I see a lot of visits to Miami during the colder seasons to celebrate during our themed holiday cruises.

“Beauty and the Beast”

From the AquaDuck water coaster and Star Wars: Millennium Falcon kids’ club to an award-winning “Beauty and the Beast” stage show, the Disney Dream has something for everyone in the family.

Disney Dream at Castaway Cay

Sailing on a Disney cruise is like taking three vacations in one. Families can enjoy and relax on a cruise ship, have some fun in the sun on the most beautiful tropical beaches, and, of course, it’s all sprinkled with the magic of Disney entertainment.

Every cruise from Miami features a stop at Disney’s private island paradise, Castaway Cay. In addition, three- and four-night cruises from Miami call on Nassau, Bahamas, while five-night cruises include a stop at either Grand Cayman or Cozumel, Mexico. One special five-night sailing features two stops at Castaway Cay for even more fun in the sun, along with a call on Nassau.

If you’ve already booked your next cruise out of Miami or are thinking about doing so, let me know in the comments below! I can’t wait to meet you on one of our cruise ships soon!

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