Sunday, April 3, 2011

Jobs at Disney Cruise Ship

Today, hubby and I invited one of our friends to go with us in Port Canaveral to have dinner at Rusty's Seafood and Oyster's Bar. It's just our way of mediating the boredom at home and besides, we love to travel. To reach this place, we had to travel an hour from Orlando to Port Canaveral. If you love cruising, Port Canaveral is a Port of Call for cruise ship. Today, we watched the Disney Cruise Ship sail to it's destination.

Disney has four gigantic cruise ships: Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy, Disney Magic and Disney Wonder. Usually, the regular price per person ranges from $800-$6,000 depending on the choice of staterooms and also the length of days you want. Take note, the price does not include other charges such as gratuity and etc. Hmmmm...

Disney Cruise is really expensive but, if you are lucky, you might find a good deal. Usually, your credit card will offer deals from time to time. Who knows you might get an offer from them. Disney ships usually ends their cruise itinerary in Castaway Cay, a private island owned by Disney. Imagine yourself sun bathing and in an open air massage cabana? Luxurious! As for me, I can probably be on this dream cruise if I will become one of the cruiseline crews LOL! That's if I will apply and I will be taken LOL! Seriously though, it's so challenging to work in the cruiseline. Do you want to know where to apply? Check this out: There you go. Hoping your dreams will come TRUE!

1 comment:

  1. I want a Disney Cruise! Kaso ang mahal! hehehe Sana manalo ako ng Disney Cruise getaway with my hubby.


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