Thanksgiving cruises are a chance to spend time with the family and what better way to celebrate this US holiday in 2020! You can sit back and enjoy your time together without having to lift a finger – sound good? Take a look at what the main cruise lines have to offer for Thanksgiving.
When is Thanksgiving in 2020?
In 2020, Thanksgiving is on Thursday 26th November. Every year, Thanksgiving is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November. The day is used to celebrate and give thanks to what we have.
Funtastic Thanksgiving with Carnival
Carnival Cruises promises you a tasty turkey dinner onboard with all the trimmings. Family trivia and a fun duck hunt is on offer for after-dinner entertainment. An additional highlight is the screening of the Thanksgiving parade so you won’t miss out on this annual event.
Carnival is offering lots of cruises ranging from 3 to 7 days over Thankgiving.
Disney Holiday Cruises
On Thanksgiving Day, Disney ships do it in style to ensure a memorable cruise for everyone, including:
- A mouthwatering, full-course traditional turkey dinner
- Disney Characters bedecked in festive holiday-themed costumes
- Seasonal décor throughout the ships
- Live football broadcasts via satellite on the outdoor, jumbo LED screen
Disney Cruise Line is offering four holiday cruises in 2020:
- 7-Night Bahamian Cruise from Galveston November 20, 2020
- 7-Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise from Miami November 21, 2020
- 7-Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral November 21, 2020
- 4-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral November 23, 2020
Norwegian Cruise Line Thanksgiving Sailings
NCL has a particularly good range on offer over the Thanksgiving period in 2020. There are cruises to Hawaii, Europe, the Caribbean, Dubai, the Far East and Panama Canal. Find the full list of Thanksgiving cruises.
Norwegian Cruise Line has the following offerings on its Thanksgiving cruises for 2020:
- Watch the Thanksgiving NFL Game in the Atrium, games are screened in O’Sheehans Bar & Grill, which is conveniently located right next to the Atrium, giving you easy access to drinks and complimentary foods including wings, spicy nachos and burgers
- Enjoy Thanksgiving dinner at dinner time
- Toast Thanksgiving with some seasonal cocktails such as a Pumpkin Pie Martini
Explore the World with Princess Cruises this Thanksgiving
Princess Cruises has a wide array of cruises to destinations across the world during Thanksgiving 2020.
Special events onboard include a Turkey Calling Contest and the opportunity to add your personal message to the Tree of Thanks that appears in the ships’ piazza.
Be Treated like a Celebrity this Thanksgiving
Celebrity Cruises is offering a good choice of Thanksgiving cruises in 2020. Children and teenagers will be able to enjoy Thanksgiving-themed arts and crafts and on cruises sailing over the holiday. Adults can relax and unwind, whilst avoiding the dinner preparations and washing up.
Royal Caribbean Thanksgiving Cruises
With so many ships in the Royal Caribbean fleet there are plenty of cruises over Thanksgiving to choose from. It’s a popular time to cruise so it’s best to book as early as possible to avoid disappointment.
Royal Caribbean Thanksgiving cruises are always popular with families. Along with a traditional turkey dinner, Royal Caribbean screen the Thanksgiving football games. There is no need to worry about missing Black Friday as there will be sales onboard. On this day there is a special Christmas tree lighting to mark the start of the festive period.
You can search for Royal Caribbean Thanksgiving cruises.
Final Thoughts on Thanksgiving Cruises
If you are planning to spend Thanksgiving on a cruise, you’re sure to have a special time onboard. Most cruises lines will organise special events and a traditional turkey dinner.
A cruise is the perfect excuse to get together with the family. Cruise lines are seeing a rise in popularity of inter-generational cruises, which is a testament to their abilities to cater for people of all ages.
If you can’t wait until Thanksgiving, why not take a look at Halloween cruises in 2021?