Disney Cruise Line has been making waves recently with the launch of the newest ship in the fleet, the Disney Wish, earlier this year and the recent purchase of the Global Dream.
Since 1998, Disney Cruise Line has continued to lead the way in the best cruise vacations for families, and of course for Disney fans looking for a new way to experience all of the magic with favorite characters and top-notch service outside of the theme parks.
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The Disney Parks Blog just shared new itinerary announcements for Guests planning to set sail with Disney in 2024, including favorite tropical locales, Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay, and more options for those traveling from either coast.
Guests hoping to travel out of a Florida departure port will be pleased to learn that the Disney Dream is kicking off 2024 by sailing out of South Florida with three and four-night trips to the Bahamas and five-night sails to the Western Caribbean. All sailings aboard the Dream will include stops at Castaway Cay.
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The newest ship, the Disney Wish, will continue to depart from Port Canaveral offering Guests three and four-night sales to Nassau, Bahamas, and Castaway Cay. The Disney Wish is the ultimate experience for Disney fans looking for a magical vacation at sea as the ship itself and several itineraries have a special focus on bringing to life characters and stories from Disney, Marvel, Pixar, and Star Wars.
The Disney Fantasy continues its seven-night cruises to the Eastern Caribbean, calling on ports like Tortola and St. Thomas, along with Western Caribbean sails with stops at Cozumel, Mexico; Grand Cayman, and Falmouth, Jamaica. Each cruise aboard the Fantasy also includes stops at Castaway Cay and several days at sea so Guests have plenty of time to enjoy all of the amazing amenities available on board the ship.
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The Disney Magic is changing things up in 2024 with four-six-night sails out of Galveston, TX in January followed by similar cruises in March and April featuring four-seven nights in the Western Caribbean. In February, the Magic will once again return to New Orleans where she will depart on four and five-seven night Caribbean Cruises, giving Guests the opportunity to experience all that this incredible city has to offer before or after their cruises.
And, the Disney Wonder will return to San Diego following its stint in Australia and New Zealand, where she will embark on three-seven night sails to Mexico, including Cabo San Lucas, Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan and Ensenada, as well as a stop at Catalina Island.
More information on these and other itineraries from Disney Cruise Line is already available online at DisneyCruiseLine.com. And, booking for the above sailings will open very soon on December 15, 2022. Happy planning, and have a magical time on your next Disney cruise!