Disney Cruise Line bringing home more awards for the Disney family. All four ships in the Disney Cruise Line fleet were recognized among the top large cruise ships in the world in the Condé Nast Traveler 2013 Readers’ Poll.
Disney Magic ranked No. 1 among Condé Nast Traveler readers, with a score of 89.9, with Disney Wonder and Disney Dream close behind at 89.6 and 89.5 respectively. Disney Fantasy, which debuted less than one year ago, scored 84.8 on the poll, ranking it No. 8.
More than 46,000 participating Condé Nast Traveler readers rated 376 ships on a 100-point scale. Each ship was evaluated on seven criteria: Activities/Facilities, Cabins, Crew/Service, Design/Layout, Food/Dining, Itineraries/Schedule and Shore Excursions.
Disney Cruise Line was recently recognized by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler magazine as the No. 1 Cruise Line in the Large-Ship category. Travel + Leisure also named Disney Cruise Line the No. 1 Cruise Line for Families for the fourth consecutive year.
With all the new prestige’s honors it looks like now is a great time to climb aboard a Disney ship to see what the fuss about. Not to mention all the great deals Disney has going on for the cruise line. Have you been on a cruise? What are your feelings on the cruise? Which is your favorite boat in the fleet?
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