Disney Returns to New York, Texas and California 2017

By ,   May 25, 2016 ,   Cruise Industry

In the fall of 2017, Disney Cruise Line will return to New York with cruises to the Bahamas and Canada, including a new week-long Canada sailing. San Diego will serve as a homeport for itineraries featuring the Mexican Riviera following a gap of several years. Galveston again will be a base for Bahamas and Caribbean adventures.

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  • On October 21, 2017 Disney Magic will sail out of New York on a 7-night Canada itinerary, the longest cruise the line has ever operated in Atlantic Canada. Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, is new on the cruise.
  • Bar Harbor, Maine, is another new Disney port as part of a 5-night sailing that departs New York on September 27. This voyage will also stop at Saint John, New Brunswick.
  • A total of 6 seven- and eight-night sailings to the Bahamas, all including Castaway Cay, will be part of the NY season.
  • On the Bahamas voyages each passenger will receive a one-day Walt Disney World Park Hopper ticket as well as round-trip transportation for the drive between the cruise ship at Port Canaveral and the resort.
  • In September and October 2017 Disney goes back to San Diego with various Disney Wonder cruises to the Mexican Riviera and Baja California.
  • Most Baja cruises visit Ensenada and Cabo San Lucas. 2-night short sailings depart San Diego on September 15 and 22, and October 13, and a 3-night cruise departs October 5 and includes a day at sea.
  • 7-night Mexican Riviera voyages on September 24 and October 15 call at Cabo San Lucas, Puerto Vallerta and Mazatlán. 4 additional four- and five-night Mexican Riviera trips sail during the San Diego season.
  • Disney's Galveston program includes 8 seven-night cruises to the Bahamas and the Caribbean. On November 10 and December 1, Disney Wonder will operate on a western Caribbean itinerary from the Texas port to Cozumel, Falmouth and Grand Cayman.
  • On November 17 and 24, December 8, 15, 22 and 29, the ship will sail out of Galveston to Key West, Castaway Cay and Nassau.