Disney Cruise Line will soon debut Disney Digital 3-D, a one-of-a-kind cinematic experience premiering exclusively onboard the Disney Magic and the Disney Wonder.
Guests will see first-run Disney films leap off the silver screen and take on a whole new dimension thanks to Disney Digital 3-D technology being added to both the Walt Disney Theatre and Buena Vista Theatre. Disney Cruise Line is the first cruise line to introduce 3-D entertainment onboard its ships. Disney Digital 3-D will premiere onboard the Disney Wonder during the November 20 sailing and on the Disney Magic during the December 6 sailing.
Leveraging this new technology, Disney Cruise Line will take 3-D into uncharted waters in early 2009 with the debut of a cinematic experience that combines full-length Disney Digital 3-D films with in-theater effects. Tridimensional images will combine with lasers, fog, streamers and special lighting effects to create an immersive movie-going experience. During these once-a-cruise engagements, guests will feel the rush of being part of the hottest show in town as in-theater effects enhance 3-D films featuring popular Disney pop stars in concert.
Disney Cruise Line will debut Disney Digital 3-D by hosting a screening event for animated feature, BOLT, onboard the November 20 three-night Disney Wonder cruise. As the calendar turns from November 20 to November 21, guests will be invited to a special midnight screening of BOLT at the Walt Disney Theatre -- complete with meet-and-greet opportunities with walk-around characters from the film.
Departing from Port Canaveral, Florida, Disney Cruise Line offers three-, four- and seven-night itineraries to the Bahamas and the Caribbean. Land/sea vacation packages that include a stay at Walt Disney World Resort are also available.
To learn more about Disney Cruise Line or to book a vacation, guests can contact their travel agent, visit www.disneycruise.com
or call Disney Cruise Line at 888/DCL-2500.