In fall 2017, The Disney Cruise Line will once again set sail from a number of popular and convenient U.S. home ports. New York, San Diego, California and Galveston will all be reprised, and reservations are open now.
New York, New York
The Disney Magic will embark from New York heading to the Bahamas as well as Canada. For instance, on October 21, the ship will cruise for seven nights along the Canadian coast on the Atlantic – its longest ever in the region. Featured along the way will be the line’s maiden call on Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.
For a shorter 5-night variety, the Magic will leave on September 27, also stopping for the line’s first time at Bar Harbor, Maine. The itinerary will also include Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.
Besides Canada, half a dozen 7- and 8-night cruises will head for the Bahamas with a visit to Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island. These cruises will also include a stop at Port Canaveral, Florida and a 1-day Walt Disney World Park Hopper ticket and round-trip transportation to the resort for each guest.
San Diego, California
The Disney Wonder will again return to San Diego for several sailings to the Mexican Riviera with most stopping at Cabo San Lucas and Ensenada, Mexico. September 15, 22 and October 13 cruises are 2-nighters, and October 5 is a 3-nighter with a sea day.
Expanding in length are four 4- and 5-night varieties, and 7-night cruises on September 24 and October 15 include Puerto Vallerta, Mazatlan and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
The Disney Wonder will also sail again from Galveston on eight 7-night voyages to the Caribbean and Bahamas, all of which feature Castaway Cay.
On November 10 and December 1, western Caribbean sailings will call on Cozumel, Grand Cayman and Falmouth, Jamaica. Meanwhile, on November 17, 24, December 8, 15, 22 and 29, featured ports will be Key West, Nassau and Castaway Cay.
For more information about these 2017 home port itineraries, visit the Disney Cruise Line website. To book your Disney cruise call upon MiceChat’s very own Fairy Godmother Travel.
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