Disney Cruise Line offers regular cruises from Port Canaveral, Florida to the Caribbean. My family has sailed on the Disney Magice twice, and we have plans to go back again real soon.
We liked that the ship's cabins are spacious with plenty of room for our family of four. The beds are comfortable, even the convertible sofa. We stayed in a cabin with a verandah for a little extra space but mostly so we'd have a place to relax and enjoy the ocean view. There is plenty of storage space in the cabin for a week's worth of luggage. The split bathroom makes things easier for families as well.
The entertainment on-board is exceptional as well as the family and children's programming. We had no worries about questionable content in the nightly performances. There are plenty of opportunities to experience the magic of meeting our favorite Disney characters. The Oceaneer's Lab has plenty of organized activities as well free time for children, always supervised by trained Cast Members who obviously love their jobs.
Dining opportunities are plentiful, from the rotational dining in the formal restaurants to the more casual atmosphere of the buffet or counter-service. Room service was always prompt and most items were delivered free of charge. Our four-course meals offered plenty of variety and more than enough food that was not only beautifully presented, but delicious!
The Cast Members from cabin steward to purser's desk to cruise staff to restaurant servers seem to have one common goal - for guests to have a Magical experience. Our cabin was "magically" cleaned each day and in the evenings, our beds were turned down with no interruption to us. The Cast Members always greeted us with a smile.
Disney gets entertainment and service right on land; how could they not at sea?!