Really young children will prefer shorter cruises to longer cruises, especially if it is their first time on a Disney cruise. The experience on a Disney cruise can be a bit overwhelming because of the presence of costumed characters, large firework shows and hundreds of active, young kids. When traveling with young children, choose one of the shorter Disney cruises, such as those that go to the Caribbean or Hawaii. When traveling with young children, avoid long cruises, such as the ones that go to Europe.
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