Disney Cruise Line Announces New Sailings
Disney Cruise Line recently released new itineraries for the Wonder and Magic in 2013. For the first time, Disney Cruise Line will sail from Miami, Florida, beginning with 6- and 7-night Caribbean cruises over the holidays in December 2012. Until May 13, the Wonder will sail on 4-night Bahamian cruises and 5-night Western Caribbean cruises. Upon concluding these itineraries, the Wonder will sail a 14-night repositioning cruise through the Panama Canal, embark on a 7-night cruise up the Pacific Coast, and resume popular 7-night Alaska itineraries departing from Vancouver, Canada.
The Disney Magic will continue to sail the Western Caribbean from Galveston, Texas in early 2013 and then return to Europe in the summer of 2013. Take advantage of shorter cruise lengths of 4- and 7-nights in the Mediterranean, as well as new ports of call. Select 12-night itineraries visit the Greek Isles and Turkey, or Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast.
In 2013, Disney Cruise Line’s newest ship, the Fantasy, will continue to sail 7-night Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries. The Disney Dream will also continue sailing 3-night, 4-night, and 5-night cruises to the Bahamas.
If your family would like to experience a quality vacation with great entertainment and exciting ports of call, but don’t want to wait until 2013, there is still time to book and plan fun filled cruises for 2012.