Let's Get Crusin'
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River cruises mostly travel at night, reaching a new place every day, meaning more time to visit different destinations. Scenery on a river cruise changes more regularly, and ports of call tend to be the main attraction rather than the ship itself, as it is on an ocean liner.
You can take a river cruise along the Danube and the Rhine in Europe, the Yangtze in China, the Chobe in Africa, the Lower Ganges in India, Alaska's inland waterways or the Mekong in Vietnam and Cambodia, among others.
Want to set sail on an enormous, floating hotel featuring pools, waterslides, restaurants galore and nightly gala performances? Then ocean cruising is for you.
Cruise liners tend to be big and can carry thousands of passengers. They often provide children's programs and activities, 24-hour dining, shopping, late-night entertainment, and days spent travelling through endless seascapes. On the down side, liners can be crowded, with queues for embarking and debarking at ports. While ocean cruises may offer cheaper base fares, they also tend to charge for extras, such as the cost of visiting ports.
The ultimate sweet spot for taking a Disney cruise starts when a child is at least 3 years old and potty trained (the criteria that gets them into the included kids clubs) and lasts until they outgrow their love of Disney characters (remember, Disney now includes the “Star Wars” and Marvel brands and offers themed cruises featuring those characters, too).
There’s the very real fact that a Disney cruise costs more than a similar cruise on a line such as Royal Caribbean, so it’s easiest to justify the price increase when your kids love Disney the most.
So, yes, the stereotype that Disney Cruise Line is full of families is 100% correct.