The brand will have a presence across the cruise line with activations ranging from a stage show to character meet-and-greets and themed food and drinks.
Select Disney Magic and Disney Wonder sailings to Europe and Alaska will transport guests into the animated film when the ship is transformed into a winter wonderland for one day. Guest will awaken to discover that a magical freeze has overtaken the ship and take part in icy adventures throughout the day including meet-and-greets with characters from the film including Anna, Elsa and Olaf, a scavenger hunt, snowman building, a Scandinavian maypole and a themed dining experience featuring a menu inspired by traditional Nordic fare and the film. The evening will conclude with a family dance party on the pool deck.
The Walt Disney Theatre aboard the Disney Magic cruise line will feature a new original stage
characters will include renditions of “Let it Go,” “For the First Time in Forever” and “In Summer.”
Also beginning this summer, Olaf will join Anna and Elsa on their royal tour of the Disney Cruise Line ships. Fans will have the opportunity to meet and take photographs with their favorite
friends on the Disney Fantasy, Disney Dream, Disney Wonder and Disney Magic cruises.
Then, guests who travel aboard the Disney Magic cruise to Norway, the land that inspired the setting of the film, will have the opportunity to join exciting new Port Adventures that bring the fairytale to life. One signature adventure ashore in Ålesund, Norway, created exclusively for Disney Cruise Line, will immerse guests in an enchanting storybook village with the help of Anna and Elsa. Other shore excursions will take guests to ports in Stavanger, Ålesund, Geiranger, Molde, Olden and Bergen, Norway, to see the natural wonders, architecture and culture depicted in the film.
Finally, Disney Cruise Line will bring the Olaf’s Summertime Freeze bar to ships, serving non-alcoholic, specialty frozen drinks in souvenir cups.
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