New fireworks dessert cruise at Walt Disney World – Ferrytale Wishes

Starting October 5, 2015, you can book a dessert cruise at Walt Disney World to watch the nightly fireworks show at Magic Kingdom park. Entitled “Ferrytale Wishes,” this fun package takes guests on a voyage of the Seven Seas Lagoon. At a designated point, the boat will stop and then drinks and desserts are served.

FerryTale Wishes Logo

It’s a way to view the “Wishes” Nighttime Spectacular from a vantage point not many get to see. The calm waters of the Seven Seas Lagoon will offer a nice relaxing atmosphere in which to imbibe a few beverages and munch on some sweets.

The journey begins approximately one hour before the fireworks show kicks off on select nights. Guests board the double-stack ferryboat where they will encounter a buffet of beautiful desserts. The list of confectionaries includes, but not limited to, “The Grand” key lime tart; pineapple upside down cake from the chefs at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort; spiced flourless chocolate cake from the pastry kitchen at Disney’s Contemporary Resort; “Main Street” Mickey Balloon Tarts; mini “fireworks” cupcakes with a pop; Cinderella’s Sugar Slipper with Orange Financier; no-sugar-added Florida mango panna cotta; and a fabulous fruit and cheese spread.

Ferry Tale Wishes Cruise Pic

As for the drinks, there are both adult beverages and non-alcoholic selections. Guests will receive a special souvenir glass that glows as well.

There are only a few guests allowed per sailing, so it will keep things intimate. The price for admission is $99 for adults and $69 for children ages 3 to 9. All prices include tax and gratuity. There are no discounts available.

To book the Ferrytale Wishes experience, visit DisneyWorld.com/DINE or you may call 407-WDW-DINE. Reserve now because this special cruise is only being offered through December 2015.

PLEASE NOTE: During special times of the year, including Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very-Merry-Christmas Party nights, the fireworks display will feature Happy HalloWishes or Holiday Wishes – Celebrate the Spirit of the Season, not “Wishes” Nighttime Spectacular.

Ahoy matey! Will you be booking a Ferrytale Wishes cruise? Let us know in the comments!

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