Frozen Themed Dining, Activities, and Deck Parties on Select Disney Sailings


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According to the Disney Parks Blog, selected sailings in May, June, and July on the Disney Wonder and the Disney Magic will be a “winter-in-summer celebration” that will bring the Frozen characters aboard the two Disney ships. The select cruises will include a Frozen themed “deck party, storybook adventures ashore, character meet and greets and more!”

There will be a “Frozen” day, where the atrium will be transformed overnight into a winter wonderland, complete with sparkling icicles covering the grand staircase. Later that day guests will have an evening for “Freezing the Night Away with Anna, Elsa, and Friends,” a deck party with the royal sisters Anna and Elsa, and other Frozen characters. The deck will be covered in giant snowflakes, icicles, and snow-covered rocks. A line dance will start off the fun and signal the arrival of Kristoff and Anna. Sven, the trolls, and Olaf will join the party through virtual appearances. Sven will lead the guests in reindeer games, “Sven Says” and “Troll Stroll”, and Olaf will lead a sing-along.

Frozen-themed activities for families to enjoy together will take place throughout the day; there will be meet-and-greets with Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, and Olaf; and the dinner menu will offer traditional Nordic foods.

At Disney’s Oceaneer Club kids will have a “surprise in-person visit by the royal sisters themselves, Anna and Elsa.” On all four Disney Cruise Line ships, guests can meet Anna, Elsa, and Olaf to take photos. Kids can also join Anna on her “Chocolate Chase” scavenger hunt. Additionally, these young guests will be able to “take on Elsa’s magical powers to make ice and snow in ‘Do You Wanna Build a Snowman?’”

Guests sailing to Norway (the country that largely inspired Frozen) have the opportunity to take part in “Port Adventures that bring this fairytale setting to life.”

Credit/Photo: Disney Parks Blog




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