Disney cruises specialize in handling all your initial travel arrangements, including your flights and associated transfers. This can be helpful for newcomers who are unfamiliar with the arrangements that need to be made for a cruise. They have a fairly casual atmosphere suited to newcomers to cruising who don't want to worry about formal dress codes. The Disney ships are well-suited to families with younger kids. Many activities are available for kids and families. The cruises also typically feature 3- or 4-night itineraries that serve as good introductions to cruising.
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