In 2016, Disney Cruise Line is sailing a British Isles itinerary for the first time, visiting England, Scotland, Ireland and France. Throughout the summer, Disney also will return to Northern Europe.

In addition to the European tour with limited engagements in the Norwegian Fjords, Baltic, Iceland, British Isles, the Mediterranean and Greek Isles, the line will call in other destinations around the globe including the Caribbean, the Bahamas and Alaska.

On June 5, 2016, Disney will sail from Dover, England on the very first British Isles itinerary. The 12-day cruise on Disney Magic will call in at Invergordon, Kirkwall and Greenock/Glasgow (Scotland), Liverpool and Newcastle (England), Dublin (Ireland), Le Havre/Paris (France) and Guernsey (Channel Islands). All except Kirkwall, are first-time call ports for Disney Cruise Line.

Passengers can explore Iceland’s natural wonders with two new 12-day Disney Magic sailings. Both itineraries include a couple of days in Reykjavik, as well as a stop in Akureyri (Iceland), Kirkwall (Scotland) and Bergen (Norway). Departing from Dover and concluding in Copenhagen, the June 17 voyage also visits Stavanger (Norway) and Newcastle (England). The cruise starting July 13 departs from Copenhagen (Denmark) and concludes in Dover (England). It also visits Kristiansand and Oslo (Norway) and Invergordon (Scotland).

For the first time, Disney will sail from Dover on a 7-day voyage to the majestic Norwegian fjords. Departing May 29, Disney Magic will call in at Alesund, Geiranger, Bergen and Stavanger (Norway). During 2016 summer, Disney Magic will also return to the Mediterranean and the Greek Isles with a variety of 7-day and longer sailings.

From May through August, Disney Wonder will return to Alaska and sail from Vancouver (Canada) to Tracy Arm, Juneau, Ketchikan and Skagway.

In 2016, Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream will sail from Port Canaveral to the Caribbean and the Bahamas on a variety of itineraries.