'Frozen' is coming to the high seas. Disney Cruise Line has announced plans to bring the record-breaking animated film to life for its onboard guests this summer, on select sailings to Europe and Alaska.
Overnight, as guests slumber, the ship will be transformed into a wintry wonderland with icicles and snowflakes forming miraculously in the atrium lobby and grand staircase to recreate Queen Elsa's mountain-top palace.
For one day, the summer cruise ship will enter a deep freeze with favorite "Frozen" characters like Elsa, Anna, Sven and Olaf coming aboard for meet and greets with their fans.
Activities include a deck party, a new song and show production, "Frozen"-themed dinner, chocolate scavenger hunt and snowman-building.
Guests on cruises bound for Norway can also opt for shore excursions to Alesund, one of the places that inspired the storybook setting of the film's fictional town of Arendelle.
Seven and nine-night voyages are also available for sailings through Norwegian fjords, with ports of call at Stavanger, Alesund, Geiranger, Molde, Olden and Bergen.
For more info, visit disneycruise.com.