Mickey & Minnie’s Surprise Party at Sea Coming to the Disney Fantasy Summer 2019

At this morning’s D23’s Destination D: Celebrating Mickey Mouse event at Walt Disney World, Bob Chapek revealed an all new experience coming to the Disney Fantasy during the summer of 2019.

Disney Parks Bob Chapek

Inspired by Mickey Mouse, Disney Cruise Line will be offering an all new Party at Sea event, Mickey & Minnie’s Surprise Party at Sea! Guests will enjoy an all-new high-energy deck party on the Disney Fantasy next summer. Mickey and Minnie’s Surprise Party at Sea will be an afternoon deck party exclusively on the Disney Fantasy – and it’s all about celebrating the man of the hour himself, Mickey Mouse!

Favorite Disney characters will be be up for some fun in the sun as they celebrate Mickey’s 90th in style, complete with special costumes and a song made just for the occasion – “It’s a Good Time.”

The birthday party will also feature FOOD! This celebration is all about Mickey, and the food is no exception – guests will find Mickey ice cream bars and Mickey pretzels, along with a specialty drink in a Mickey shaped souvenir cup.

Mickey Minnie Surprise Party At Sea

Disney Cruise Line invites guest to join them during the summer of 2019, when the celebratory deck party debuts as part of the ever expanding entertainment lineup with guest favorites such as the Sail-away Celebration, and the Pirates in the Caribbean show and dance party.

According to the recent Disney Parks Blog post, this is just the begining of the fun to come at Mickey and Minnie’s Surprise Party at Sea. Disney Cruise Line has  many more surprises in store for you next summer on the Disney Fantasy!

We will provide an update when we learn more details and the specific ‘summer’ sail dates.

2 thoughts on “Mickey & Minnie’s Surprise Party at Sea Coming to the Disney Fantasy Summer 2019

    1. Scott Sanders Post author

      I saw the Parks Blog mention 7-night sailings, but I cannot imagine the party wouldn’t be offered on the Southern. Honesty, I wouldn’t be surprised if they found a time to do it on the 3-night, but that may be a stretch. I just think the Parks Blog article generalized the Fantasy as sailing solely 7-night sailings, or the author is not aware of the 11-night Southern.

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