Why You Should Consider the Late Seating on Your Next Disney Cruise

IMG_3844-1The Disney Dream at Castaway Cay

Disney Cruise Line trips are one of the ultimate family vacations.

The ships themselves are some of the most well designed and aesthetically pleasing vessels in the entire cruise line industry. The mix of available activities is perfect, and meets both the needs and interests of children and adults.

The food is fantastic.

And, they travel to amazing destinations.

There are tons of tips out there on how to make the most of Disney Cruises. Check out the Disney Tourist Blog’s recent 10 tips. But, there’s one tip that really is one of our favorites for those families cruising with younger children: [Read more…]

One Tip for Getting the Most From a Visit to Castaway Cay

IMG_2896-590Waiting to get the day started on Castaway Cay!

Here’s a short post with one tip for you Disney cruisers that you should not forget!

Castaway Cay is Disney Cruise Line’s private island in the Bahamas.

Nearly every Disney cruise in the Caribbean makes a stop at Castaway Cay, as the island is easily accessible, just 250 or so nautical miles east of Port Canaveral. It is also all Disney’s with no permanent inhabitants and the only visitors are Disney’s cast and clients!

Remember though, it’s pronounced “Key”.

A visit to Castaway Cay will be one of the highlights of your Disney Cruise.

Our one tip… [Read more…]

It’s Pronounced “KEY”


Disney’s Castaway Cay as seen from the Disney Dream

July 3, 2013

If you travel at all in the Caribbean, you’ll soon encounter the word Cay. English speakers from the United States will be tempted to pronounce it as it’s spelled, cay, rhyming it with the word way.

Resist the temptation.

It’s pronounced key, just like those things we use in locks. [Read more…]