Disney Cruise Line welcomes guests to sail 4-night or 5-night itineraries, from the Port of Miami, on the Disney Cruise Line Wonder, starting in December 0f 2012! Certainly, this gives Disney Cruise Line some leeway with their Caribbean and Bahamas cruises. Disney is offering a new Disney Cruise vacation option, with one of their original ships. Yes, again, we see Disney taking something old and making it feel new. Ports of call could include Cozumel, Mexico; Grand Cayman; Key West and Nassau, Bahamas, and many of the itineraries will include a stop at Disney Cruise Line’s private island, Castaway Cay. Sailing from Miami avoids the sometimes choppy sail along the Florida coast, heading back to Port Canaveral. I like this idea. There is more news, too.
Disney Cruise Line’s first two ships. The Disney Cruise Line Magic and The Disney Cruise Line Wonder, two gorgeous and intimate ships, have had itineraries announced for 2013. If you are looking for a nice smaller ship, one of these will fit the bill for you. The most marvelous thing about these two ships is that they are easier to move around, and Disney is inclined to use them to mix it up a bit, providing different Disney Cruise itineraries.
Disney Cruise Line announced that they will be going back to Europe! That in itself is exciting, but the big news is the added ports of call!! Greece is one of them, and the other new ones are Venice, Italy and Ephesus, Turkey. All of the Disney Cruise Line European cruises will depart from Barcelona, Spain. Guests can experience four, seven, or 12 night sailings.
Disney Cruise Line is also returning to Alaska in 2013, when the Disney Wonder returns there in May. This, of course, means two repositioning cruises, which is a wonderful way to experience a long and relaxing Disney Cruise Line vacation. Westbound will be May 6, and Eastbound will be December 9. The Alaska cruise itinerary is an amazing experience! You will sail out of the Port of Vancouver, in Canada for 7 nights, visiting Tracy Arm, Skagway, Juneau and Ketchikan.
Lots of fun things on the horizon for Disney Cruise Line with all these itineraries. Of course, the Disney Cruise Line Dream and Disney Cruise Line Fantasy will be sailing out of Port Canaveral with their Caribbean and Bahamian itineraries. If you have thought about cruising, I highly reccomend Disney Cruise Line to you. You will not be disappointed.