Disney Cruise Lines Announces New Itineraries and Ports for 2013

by All Things Mouse Staff on November 8, 2012
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Those looking for different and unique options on the Disney Cruise Lines are in luck as several new itineraries, ports of call and departure ports have recently been announced by Disney. These new options expand upon Disney’s already wide array of opportunities and takes advantage of the fact that the cruise line now includes four different cruise ships.

The four ships of the Disney Cruise Lines include the Disney Magic (which entered service in July of 1998, the Disney Wonder (entered service in August of 1999), the Disney Dream (entered service in January of 2011) and the Disney Fantasy (which just entered service in March of 2012). With four ships in the fleet, the options available have been expanded greatly.

A few of the new options are offered below:

Mediterranean from Barcelona

This new offering is a 12-night adventure aboard the Disney Magic. Based out of Barcelona, the Magic will make stops such as Venice, Italy; Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast; Ephesus, Turkey and the Greek Isles including Athens.

These cruises depart in June or July of 2013. Two different options are available so make sure to choose which option serves the ports of your interest.

Bahamas and Western Caribbean from Miami

Disney bases itself of of Miami for some cruises aboard the Disney Wonder or the Disney Magic in 2013. Included ports of call for some of the cruises are Cozumel, Mexico; Grand Cayman; Key West; Nassau, Bahamas, and Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay.

Standard duration options range from 3-5 nights. A special six and a special seven night cruise is also offered late this year to kick of the new options.

Bahamas and Western Caribbean from Galveston

Utilizing the Port of Galveston in Texas, the Disney Cruise Lines will offer several different cruising options in 2013. Some of these options include shorter four-night Caribbean cruises which entails a stop in Cozumel and two days at sea.

Those looking for a longer cruise from Galveston can take advantage of the eight-nights Bahamas or Western Caribbean cruises.  The Bahamas cruises include stops in Galveston, Castaway Cay, Port Canaveral and Key West. The Caribbean cruises stop in Galveston, Key West, Grand Cayman, Costa Maya and Cozumel.

Alaska from Vancouver

West coast cruisers will want to take advantage of the Disney Wonder sailing from Vancouver up to Alaska. Ports on this trip include Vancouver, Tracy Arm (scenic cruising through fjord), Skagway, Juneau and Ketchikan.

These cruises begin May 27, 2013 through September 2, 2013.  Each one is seven nights long.

Jamaica from Galveston

Just announced are new itineraries from Galveston which includes stops in Jamaica. This marks the first time the Disney Cruise Lines has featured an itinerary with a stop in Jamaica.

The new option is for seven night cruises with stops in Falmouth, Jamaica, as well as Grand Cayman and Cozumel, Mexico.

For more information or to book any of these cruises, contact your travel agent or Disney!



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