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The Unofficial Guide to Disney Cruise Line for 2020 is about to launch providing you with all the insight you could possibly need to plan your upcoming Disney Cruise, or even help find the perfect cruise to book. The 2020 edition is packed with information from Erin Foster with insight from Len Testa, and the editing magic of Ritchey Halphen. This is the definitive unofficial guide to Disney Cruising has been updated for 2020 to help you get the most out of your next voyage.
Some of the new features in the 2020 edition include:
- Details about the three ships being added in 2021 (Disney Wish), 2022, and 2023
- In-depth review of the new Frozen show
- Pros and cons of combining Disney Cruise Line sailing with an Adventures by Disney trip
- The real differences between stateroom categories and prices, valuable information you will want to know
- The latest news on the current fleet, including new stores
- Updated information on improvements to the Disney Navigator app and changes to the daily Personal Navigator
- Practical checklist for your first and last day onboard
The Unofficial Guide is not a brochure for Disney Cruise Line, the guide is set up as a no-nonsense, consumer orientated planning guide based on the authors’ personal cruise experience as fare paying guests. There are plenty of websites and other publications that will rehash the company line. The information and suggestions are what you’d expect to hear from a close friend or family member, not a salesperson.
Competition in the cruise market is a great win for cruisers. With growing fleets, and destinations, there is an unending number of ships and itineraries to navigate though when planning a cruise vacation. Arguably, Disney’s biggest rival in the cruise market is Royal Caribbean. Matt Hocberg from the RoyalCaribbeanBlog.com shares his unique comparison breaking down the cruise lines in different areas such as who has the better dining, theming, and entertainment to name a few. This is a great starting off point for anyone on the fence about which cruise line you want to sail for your vacation.
I took a DNA test and I’m 100% bias, the Scott Says are some of my favorite parts.
Last but not least, the guide offers insight on the Adventures By Disney European river cruises and includes itinerary and port guides.
Planning a surprise cruise as a gift this year? I’d suggest wrapping up a copy of the Unofficial Guide to Disney Cruise Line 2020, and let this be your way of breaking the big news.
The Unofficial Guide to Disney Cruise Line 2020 hits bookshelves December 10, 2019 in time for the holiday gift giving season, and is available for pre-order at your local book stores, as well the usual online retailers such as Amazon.com.