Disney Cruise Line honored by Bon Voyage digital magazineby Leah Zanolla
Aug 4, 2014
Disney Cruise Line was honored by Bon Voyage, a digital cruise magazine. The magazine's first anniversary was marked with the announcement of their Editor's Choice Awards.
Gold, silver and bronze awards were given out in 35 categories. Disney took gold in several categories for Mainstream Cruise Lines, including Best Mainstream Line, Best for Multigenerational Families, Best Mainstream Cabin, Best Onboard Evening Entertainment, Best Services for Children Under 3, and Best Services for Children Age 3-12. Celebrity Cruises took silver for Best Mainstream Line and Princess Cruise Line received bronze.
In Best Service, gold was given to Crystal Cruises, silver to Seabourn Cruise Line and bronze to Disney.
Disney won bronze in Best Onboard Daytime Activities, edged out by Royal Caribbean International for gold and followed up by Norwegian Cruise Line with silver. Those three cruise lines also ranked top three for Best Water Parks, with Royal Caribbean at gold, Disney at silver and Norwegian with the bronze.
Editor-in-Chief Sherri Eisenberg said, "There are some exciting things going on in cruising right now, so we wanted to reward the lines that are really upping their game. The awards are an opportunity to explain our recommendations to readers in a very definitive way."
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