DCL-Disney Cruise Line introduces 2022 Tropical Destinations

   October 16, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

In early 2022, DCL-Disney Cruise Line returns to Hawaii and other tropical destinations with 10-night Hawaiian Islands voyages and a variety of sailings to the Caribbean, Bahamas, and Mexico, departing from coast-to-coast homeports such as New Orleans (Port NOLA), Galveston TX, San Diego CA, Port Canaveral, Miami FL.

Bookings open on October 22, 2020. 

  • Disney Wonder returns to Hawaii for a couple of special 10-night sailings: a trip to Honolulu (Oahu Island) from Vancouver BC on April 26, as well as a return sailing to the port on May 6. Cruisers can combine a Disney getaway with a stay at Walt Disney World Resort with two ships sailing from Port Canaveral and a third ship departing from Miami FL. Every voyage from Florida in early 2022 features a visit to Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay.
  • Disney Fantasy begins 2022 from Port Canaveral FL with a 6-night Western Caribbean voyage, followed by 7-night sailings to a variety of destinations in the Eastern and Western Caribbean.
  • Disney Dream, also sailing from Port Canaveral FL, embarks on 3- and 4-night Bahamian voyages to Nassau and Castaway Cay. A special 4-night cruise includes 2 stops at Castaway Cay.
  • Disney Magic sails 4- and 5-night Bahamian cruises and 5-night Western Caribbean cruises from PortMiami. A special 3-night sailing to Castaway Cay and Key West makes a long weekend escape.

Disney Wonder sails Western Caribbean trips early in the year, first from Galveston TX, with 4-night itineraries, followed by 4- and 6-night voyages from New Orleans. A special 6-night Bahamian trip offered from both Galveston TX and New Orleans gives passengers the chance to visit Castaway Cay, in addition to the Key West.

Disney Wonder returns to San Diego in March-April with voyages to Baja, Mexico. Most sailings to the Baja peninsula visit Ensenada. A 2-night trip to Ensenada features a Friday departure from San Diego. 4- and 5-night Baja cruises offer a visit to Cabo San Lucas or Catalina Island.

Originally scheduled to sail in early 2022, Disney Wish is now due for her maiden voyage in summer 2022 because of COVID-related delays at Germany's Meyer-Werft shipyard.