Just when you thought a Disney Cruise couldn’t get any better, Disney Cruise Line announces experiences that will be “plusses” for its guests.
The Fantasy, Disney Cruise Line’s newest ship, is now offering a champagne brunch in the adults only restaurant Remy. The brunch offers gourmet offerings paired with champagne. Available to only 40 guests at a time and on sea days, the brunch costs $50 per person. Guests can reserve a spot when they board the ship.
No word yet if the Disney Dream will follow suit and offer a champagne brunch at Remy as well. Since the Magic and Wonder offer a brunch at Palo on sea days, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see the brunch offered on the Dream for longer itineraries that include “at sea” days.
We’ve done the champagne brunch at Palo on the Wonder and the Magic, so can only imagine the decadence of a champagne brunch on the Fantasy in Remy.
Disney Cruise Line also announced Pixar themed sailings on the Wonder Sept. 16, 23, 30, and Oct. 7. These cruises will sail out of the
of Los Angles and will offer Pixar
artists onboard, a special Pixar art exhibit, showings of the entire Pixar film
library, the at-sea premiere of Finding
Nemo 3D, a preview of the upcoming Pixar feature ,
and appearances by Pixar film characters.
Each stateroom of guests will also receive a special Pixar lithograph. Monster Academy
When Disney and Pixar became good bed fellows a few years ago, we saw changes right away at the parks with Pixar inspired shows and attractions. Guests sailing on the Dream and Fantasy noticed the Pixar influence right way with Crush in Animator’s Palette and the references to Cars characters for the quick service food counters on Deck 11.
During our sailing on the Dream, we met several Pixar/Disney characters—Remy, Buzz, Woody, Jesse, and The Incredibles. Meeting Pixar characters will be just some of the great treats for guests sailing these themed cruises this fall.