DISNEY fans can finally snap up tickets for the brands' special UK staycation cruises – which go on sale today.
The Disney Magic at Sea staycations – which set off from four ports around the country – have been eagerly anticipated by families since the trips were announced.
Brits can enjoy two to four day holidays, with youngsters playing with their favourite movie characters.
Boats will depart from Liverpool, Southampton, Newcastle and London Tilbury, with no stops abroad to ensure everything is Covid compliant.
Families will love the onboard activities with meet-and-greets with Frozen stars, Marvel heroes, Toy Story buddies and even a royal promenade with Disney Princesses.
But the grown-ups haven’t been forgotten, with an adults-only pool and intimate dining at Palo restaurant as well as Fathoms and Keys nightclubs.
- Disney Magic at Sea staycations from £269pp – book here
Disney Magic at Sea’s first cruise leaves Liverpool on July 18.
Describing the cruise, Disney said: “Close to home and at sea – be immersed in Disney storytelling, thanks to an amazing collection of onboard entertainment, dining and recreation for the entire family, with all the care you’d expect from Disney.”
However, the company has also said it will require all adults to be fully vaccinated to board.
Disney Magic At Sea’s website states: “In order to sail, guests 18 years of age and older must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 as defined by the NHS.
“NHS currently defines fully vaccinated as seven days after the final dose.
“Disney Cruise Line will contact guests prior to sailing with instructions on how to show proof of vaccination status.”
The website adds that children are not required to be fully vaccinated, but must get a negative PCR test less than five days before travelling.
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