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Mickey Mouse's cruise line dominates cruise awards

Disney's Dream and Wonder ships take several trophies

Oceania Riviera and Carnival Liberty also win big

CNN  — 

Worried that Disney cruises are just for kids?

At least that’s what the 2015 Cruise Critic Cruisers’ Choice Awards, announced Monday, are indicating. Disney Cruise Line dominated this year’s awards, winning in 12 categories.

Disney Cruise Line won the coveted “best overall” cruise line award for the third year in a row. The Disney Dream ship won in the large ship category, and Disney Wonder won in the midsize category.

Other Disney awards include Disney Dream’s wins for “best entertainment” and “best cruises to the Bahamas” and Disney Fantasy’s wins for “best cabins,” “best service” and “best for families.”

The awards are based on consumer reviews and ratings by members of the Cruise Critic website.

“The Cruisers’ Choice Awards serve as a true stamp of approval from cruisers,” said Carolyn Spencer Brown, editor in chief of Cruise Critic. “With hundreds of ships reviewed each year by thousands of cruisers, the winners of these awards stand as the absolute best of the best.”

Three Oceania ships won five awards, including three for the Oceania Riviera’s “best public rooms,” “best fitness and recreation” and “best cabins” in the midsize category.

Carnival Freedom was named “best value for money” in the large ship category.

The awards are bestowed in three ship categories, based on passenger capacity. Large ships carry 2,000 or more passengers, midsize ships carry 1,200 to 1,999 passengers, and small ships carry fewer than 1,200.