Disney Cruise Line Raises Prices at Palo, Remy, and Enchanté Adults-Only Eateries

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Disney Cruise Line Raises Prices at Palo, Remy, and Enchanté Adults-Only Eateries

Disney Cruise Line has raised prices at nearly all of their adults-only eateries across all their ships.

Disney Cruise Line Dining Prices Raised

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Brunch or dinner at Palo on the Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, Disney Dream, and Disney Fantasy, as well as at Palo Steakhouse on the Disney Wish, has been raised from $45 per person to $50 per person.


On the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy, Remy is now $80 per person for brunch, up from $75. It is $135 per person for dinner, up from $125. And dessert is now $65, up from $60.

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Brunch at Enchanté on the Disney Wish has also been raised $5 — from $75 to $80 per person. Dessert at Enchanté is up from $60 to $65, as well. The Passion and Collection dinner options are now $135 and $205, respectively, raised from $125 and $195.

A spokesperson said Disney Cruise Line raised prices “as we continue to make enhancements to the overall dining experience and menu selections.”

The hike in prices went into effect this past Tuesday, July 11, 2023.

While regular dining is included in Disney Cruise Line pricing, these adults-only venues are add-on dining experiences. Guests who have reached the new Pearl tier of Castaway Club do get a complimentary meal at Palo.

Silver Anniversary at Sea

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Disney Cruise Line is celebrating 25 years of sailing with the Silver Anniversary at Sea celebration on select sailings from May through September 2023. The first Disney Cruise Line ship, Disney Magic, began its maiden voyage on July 30, 1998.

Mickey and Minnie are wearing new shimmering teal and white costumes for the anniversary celebration. The rest of their friends also have new costumes.

Guests will be invited to join the ship’s captain and cruise director on one evening of each cruise for a special anniversary toast. They will be joined by Captain Mickey and Captain Minnie in their new Silver Anniversary at Sea outfits and the toast will feature the anniversary’s new theme song.

Disney Cruise Line was the first cruise line ever to have a fireworks show at sea. A new 25th-anniversary fireworks display will be featured on some Silver Anniversary at Sea itineraries. The limited-time show features iconic Disney music and a new signature song. The show will be on most Bahamian, Caribbean, and Mediterranean sailings this summer.

25th anniversary pre-show is currently playing before the Disney Cruise Line sail away parties.

The anniversary of Disney Cruise Line also heralds the unveiling of a brand-new membership tier for Castaway Club, which recognizes returning Disney Cruise Line guests with exclusive rewards and perks. Honoring 25 years of Disney magic at sea, members will now earn the distinction of Pearl status after 25 Disney Cruise Line vacations. As the line’s biggest fans, Pearl members will unlock new at-home and onboard benefits. Check out the new Castaway Club lanyards and stateroom gifts.

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Castaway Club members who sail during the Silver Anniversary at Sea will receive a limited edition 11×14 framed Captain Mickey art print in their stateroom. The artwork is by Disney artist Joe Kaminski.

The Shimmering Seas Collection of merchandise includes a Loungefly mini backpack, Spirit Jersey, and more. Check out some of the 25th anniversary merchandise and the Silver Anniversary pin.

There are also plenty of Silver Anniversary-inspired food and beverage items. Souvenirs include a popcorn bucket and a tumbler.

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MagicBand+ also debuted on Disney Cruise Line as DisneyBand+ this summer.

Read our Disney Cruise Line 101 post for more information about each ship.

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