If you have never experienced cruising with the Disney Cruise Line it is something you must do. Disney is on the top of their game and their cruise line is no exception. Paying the expense to travel to the port of call can take a toll on your budget and this week Disney has provided more options in their ports available and itineraries.
Starting in 2012 the new home ports for Disney Cruise Line will include: New York, Seattle, Galveston, and Port Canaveral. The opening of the new ports allows you more flexibility in your budget when it comes to being able to find a port closer to your home.
Itineraries By Ports Of Call
Galvetson, TX: The Disney Magic ship will be sailing for seven night cruises with ports including Grand Cayman and Mexico’s Costa Maya and Cozumel starting September 22, 2012.
Seattle, WA: The Disney Wonder will be sailing out of Seattle to Alaska. Ports of call will include Tracy Arm, Skagway, Juneau and Ketchikan, Alaska, Victoria, and British Columbia.
New York, NY: Enjoy traveling on the Disney Magic when it sets sail starting May 25, 2012 with three different itineraries to choose from.
- 2 Night Cruises (set sail June 15th, July 13th, and August 10th). If you have always wanted to try a Disney Cruise but could not afford it the 2 day cruise option may now fit in your budget.
- 5 Night Cruises: Travel up the New England coast with visiting ports at Halifax, Nova Scotia, and Saint John, New Brunswick.
- 8 Night Bahamas Cruise: This cruise will allow you the opportunity to visit Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay along with stopping in Nassau, Bahamas. The cruise will also visit Port Canaveral, Fl where families will receive a one-day Walt Disney World Park Hopper ticket along with round trip transportation between the port and WDW.
Bookings for 2012 open April 8, 2011 on disneycruise.com or by calling Disney Cruise Line at (888) DCL-2500.