Black Widow and Hawkeye to Join Disney Cruise Line’s Marvel Day at Sea


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Disney Cruise Line has just announced that they’ve added two characters to Marvel Day at Sea on the Disney Magic making the event the largest gathering of Marvel Super Heroes at sea that anyone has ever seen! The exciting Marvel Day at Sea will feature exclusive character interactions where guests will have the chance to meet Marvel Super Heroes and an extraordinary Villain.

Black Widow and Hawkeye will be assembling with nearly a dozen others from the Marvel Universe during this epic event. Characters including Black Panther and Loki will make their very first appearance as part of a Disney vacation experience. This is a very exciting opportunity as Black Panther and Loki will be joining in from the remote Kingdom of Wakanda and the faraway realm of Asgard.

Iron Man, Star-Lord, Gamora, and Groot will have their first appearances on a Disney Cruise Line ship. Rounding out the roster of Marvel Super Heroes that will be onboard are Spider-Man, Captain America, Thor, and Doctor Strange.

“If you’re booked on a Marvel Day at Sea cruise, you will be able to sign up for a designated time to meet Spider-Man, Iron Man and, for the first time, Black Panther during the sailing.

In addition, you’ll have the chance for heroic encounters with Captain America, Thor, Black Widow, Hawkeye, Doctor Strange, Star-Lord, Gamora, Groot, and Loki.”

Kids will even be able to train with some of their favorite Super Heroes in Marvel’s Avengers Academy.


Details on how to pre-book select Super Hero encounters during this special day at sea will be coming at a later date, so be sure to stay tuned. Marvel Day at Sea premieres on select 7 and 8-night Bahamian and Canada cruises from New York this fall, and returns on select 5-night Western Caribbean cruises from Miami in early 2018.

To get your free, no-obligation quote or to book one of these exciting cruises, please visit Dreams Unlimited Travel.

Source: Disney Parks Blog



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