Disney Unveils New Itineraries and Ports

   May 12, 2017 ,   Cruise Industry

Disney Cruise Line unveiled its fall 2018 cruise plans with first-time calls at Quebec City and Bermuda highlighting itineraries which include sailings out of California, Florida, New York and Texas.

Disney Magic will sail from New York and visit the new ports as part of various trips from September-November. The cruise ship will begin with a couple of 7-night sailings from New York to Quebec City in September with 2 full days in the capital city of the Canadian province and stops in 2 other new ports for the cruise line, Baie-Comeau and Saguenay.

For Bermuda, Disney Magic will sail a number of 5-night cruises in October with 2 nights on the island and one 6-night sailing with 3 nights there. Magic will also sail to Port Canaveral from New York on three 7-night cruises with a stop at line's private Bahamas island Castaway Cay and trips to Walt Disney World.

Starting in December 2018, Disney Magic will reposition to Miami to sail on western Caribbean and Bahamas itineraries that include visits to Key West.

After her summer Alaska sailing season, Disney Wonder will stay on the west coast offering September and October trips to Baja California from San Diego with stops in Ensenada and Cabo San Lucas as well as Mexican Riviera cruises with stops in Cabo San Lucas, Puerto Vallarta and Mazatlan.

Disney Wonder will then make the cruise back through the brand new larger Panama Canal passage again and sail from Galveston, Texas in November and December.

The largest and newest ships of the line, Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy, will continue sailing Bahamas and Caribbean voyages out of Port Canaveral. 

Bookings for fall 2018 cruises are open to the public on 18 May 2017. 

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