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The Marvel Universe knows no bounds—outer space or Earth, land or sea, crumbling city streets or cruise ship corridors, superheroes and villains alike shall assemble in all their splendor. This time, new boots are set to hit the decks of Disney Cruise Line’s Disney Dream in 2023 for Marvel Day at Sea sailings. Guests will get a taste of good and evil as they are whisked away on adventures alongside superheroes and villains making their debut on the high seas, including Mighty Thor, Ms. Marvel, Ant-Man, the Wasp, and more.

Marvel Day at Sea brings a multiverse aboard a ship; in a setting as endless as that, it is easy for children, families and adults alike to find fun made just for them. An all-new, interactive training course with Captain America Steve Rogers, Black Widow, Hawkeye and Kate Bishop will ready young warriors for battle on the hallowed grounds of the upper decks and the kids’ club. Spotlights at the Walt Disney Theatre will cast their glow for the very first time upon “Strange Academy: A Spellbinding Spectacular,” a new show of mystical magic featuring the illustrious Doctor Strange and Agatha Harkness, in all her mighty witchiness. Sorcerer Supreme Wong will join in the enchantment as a newcomer. Families should not be fooled—despite this status, he is a master of the dark arts. And, exclusively for those adults who like to cut a rug, Star-Lord and Gamora will be hosting the Ravagers Dance Party.

Disney Adds New Characters & Entertainment to Marvel Day at Sea

The comic book entertainment is in addition to all of the relaxation and fun that guests are accustomed to reveling in on a tropical Disney cruise vacation. Marvel Day at Sea will ride the waves on nine 5-night Caribbean cruises, setting sail from Miami in early 2023. Ships departing Jan. 7t and 21, Feb. 4 and 18, and March 4 will explore the Western Caribbean, visiting Georgetown, Grand Cayman and Castaway Cay, a private Disney hideaway in The Bahamas. Those ships leaving Miami on Jan. 16 and 30, Feb. 13 and 27 will also roam the Western Caribbean, stopping at Cozumel, Mexico and Castaway Cay.

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