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11 surprising things you probably didn't know about Disney cruises

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Disney Cruise Line has four ships that run throughout the year.
DCL had to get special permission from the US Coast Guard to be able to use yellow lifeboats instead of standard orange ones on its ships.
You can complete a 5K race on the cruise ship, or at Disney's private island in the Bahamas.
Disney movies debut at sea the same day they premiere in theaters on land.
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You may have heard of Disney Cruise Line , or DCL, but you might not know much about the magical trips.
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