The seven-night animation-filled voyages will offer all the Pixar movies for guests’ viewing pleasure; feature characters from the popular movies (think life-sized Buzz Lightyear and Woody); and have the film’s artists on hand to explain some behind the scenes movie magic.
Unfortunately for the local economy, it won’t be seeing an influx of Disney Cruise Lines’ clientele after these sailings, as a company spokesman Jason Lasecki admitted there are no current plans to return to our sunny city. Who likes perfect weather anyway? According to the Port of San Diego, there has been a constant decline in San Diego ports of call from 2008's 250, to this year's mere 85.
So look out for the nearly 1,000-foot Disney Wonder coming to a port near you in the next month, and take solace knowing each person on the ship paid at least $799 to spend a day or two where you get to live every day.
Since graduating from Penn State University, Tara has dabbled in several different realms of the publishing world. From food writing to an opinion column to city guide editorials, her work can be seen in newspapers, luxury lifestyle magazines and various websites. As Associate for JustLuxe, she is busy sharpening her eye for all that is opulent around the world. She is also a freelance writer for ...(Read More)