To say it has been a difficult 18 months for the cruise industry would be a euphemism for the century. But with new safety protocols, such as vaccination and testing requirements, and reduced capacity, cruise lines are once again sailing to various destinations around the world.
Disney Cruise Line was one of the first ship lines to transport passengers again. Aside from an initial stumble outside the door with communicative testing protocols, I have heard nothing but high notes about how Captain Mickey and his crew have handled the return.
So it’s no surprise that Disney Cruise Line has once again won awards from Conde Nast Traveler readers. This marks the tenth consecutive year that DCL has been awarded as the world’s largest first cruise line.
This is a true testament to the hard work and excellent customer service provided by all members of the Disney Cruise Line crew. I hope Mickey is depositing some extra cheese into his expense accounts.
Since last year there were not many boat trips, the ratings used by Conde Nast Traveler took into account the experience that readers most desired when they could not travel and the boats they wanted to experience first once they boarded. the restrictions. More than 800,000 reader experiences were considered as part of the ranking of cruise lines, hotels, resorts and more.
Disney cruise lines currently sail with four cruise ships, the 2,400-passenger Disney Magic and Disney Wonder, and the 4,000-passenger Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy. A new 4,000-passenger Disney Wish will go online in 2022 with two more ships of similar size arriving between 2023 and 2025.
Definitely a big win for Disney Cruise Line again. Read the full list of Conde Nast Traveler Awards and which cities and hotels won in your forest.
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