Disney Cruise Line Confirms Purchase of Unfinished Ship, Florida Man Chugs Beer & Fights Police on Skyliner, Annual Passholders Golden Tapstiles at Magic Kingdom, & More :Daily Recap (11/16/22)

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Disney Buys Existing MEGASHIP For Disney Cruise Line Fleet, Ticket & Annual Pass Prices Increased At Disney World

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2 thoughts on “Disney Cruise Line Confirms Purchase of Unfinished Ship, Florida Man Chugs Beer & Fights Police on Skyliner, Annual Passholders Golden Tapstiles at Magic Kingdom, & More :Daily Recap (11/16/22)”

  1. Perhaps if the Disney Company’s “powers that be” would dump those floating petri dishes that are the cruise ships, it could spend the savings on retaining the all-important Cast Members and make more improvements to the parks. Finishing the big mess that is Epcot could come first…..

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  2. @Joseph A lot of people truly adore taking cruises and would far prefer a vacation on one of those “floating petri dishes” as you so charmingly referred to them than at any of the parks. The cruise line brings in massive income, has its own merchandise lines, and offers experiences that are completely unlike any theme park vacation. They also have not experienced any of the mass illness disasters of other cruise lines. Other than clearly offending you for reasons you don’t elaborate on (and which I’m sure just breaks the heart of the Disney company), what reason would they have to end this program?

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