Two Disney Cruise Ships Engage in Epic Horn Battle

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All cruise ships have horns. No matter what cruise ship you sail on, there is a chance you will hear its horn at some point during your voyage. However, when it comes to a Disney cruise, their horns are not your traditional horns. Everything onboard a Disney Cruise Ship is meant to be magical and bring Guests an entirely new cruising experience. From the special dining themes to interactive character experiences, one-of-a-kind rides like the AquaDuck, and shooting off fireworks each evening, a Disney cruise is a truly unforgettable experience. Even the horns are magical and unforgettable.

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TikToker Abby (@happilyeverabby) was recently in Castaway Cay — Disney’s private island in the Bahamas — and saw something not many people have had the chance to. Two Disney Cruise ships — the Disney Dream and the Disney Wish — were docked at the island and got into one heck of a horn battle. Abby posted a video of the horns going back and forth, which you can watch below.


DISNEY WISH HORN BATTLE! #disneycruise #travelagentsuperpowers #castawaycay

‚ô¨ original sound – Abby

As you can hear in the video, the Disney¬†Dream has a more traditional horn and the Disney¬†Wish — Disney Cruise Line’s newest ship — has several horns that harmonize. However, fans who watched the video overwhelmingly preferred the horn on the Disney¬†Dream. The fun horn battle included songs like “Do You Want to Build a Snowman” from¬†Frozen, “A Pirate’s Life For Me”, “When You Wish Upon a Star” from Pinocchio, and more.

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The Disney¬†Wish¬†has just arrived in Florida to prepare for its inaugural sailing to the Bahamas. It joins Disney’s four other cruise ships — the Disney Dream, the Disney¬†Wonder, the Disney¬†Magic, and the Disney¬†Fantasy. The Disney¬†Wish was supposed to set sail on its maiden voyage earlier this year, but things had to be delayed due to COVID-19 protocols for cruise ships.

Disney Wish

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The Disney Wish will finally set off on its maiden voyage on July 14 and will offer 3 and 4-night trips to the Bahamas from Port Canaveral, Florida. The ship will make its official debut on June 29, when Disney will christen it and livestream the event. Guests who sail on the Disney Wish during the fall will be able to experience Halloween on the High Seas, and those who sail during the holidays can experience Very Merrytime Cruises.

Which cruise ship’s horn did you prefer?

About Krysten Swensen

A born and bred New England girl living the Disney life in Southern California. I love to read, to watch The Golden Girls, and love everything to do with Disney and Universal. I also love to share daily doses of Disney on my Disney Instagram @BrazzleDazzleDisney!