Disney Cruise Line has revealed a host of its itineraries for 2019, and it looks like Mickey Mouse and his Disney friends really have pulled out all the stops! Think glamorous, sun-soaked destinations with the likes of Bermuda, Bahamas, Baja, Canada and the Caribbean.
Basically, a holiday that’s sure to be a hit with parents and children alike. After all, there’s all of the Disney magic you’d expect from movie screenings to deck parties as well as musicals and fireworks at sea.
Oh and of course, those all-important character meet and greets.
Not to mention all the delicious dining options on board whether parents want some gourmet dining or want somewhere exciting for the kids.
The best part is that cruise holidays can range from two-night getaways to week-long holidays, meaning ample opportunity to find the right itinerary to suit your family (and your budget).
There’s no denying that there are some tempting destinations on offer.
For example, the Disney Dream will be offering up a host of exciting three and four-night cruises to Nassau and Castaway Cay.
Meanwhile, the Disney Fantasy will offer seven-night Caribbean journeys includeing a stop at Castaway Cay. Eastern Caribbean itineraries visit the Virgin Islands of Tortola and St. Thomas, and Western Caribbean cruises call on Cozumel, Grand Cayman and Falmouth.
It will also sail on special itineraries in October, including an eight-night trip with stops to St. Kitts, Antigua and San Juan, Puerto Rico.
In late November, the Disney Wonder will make Galveston its homeport, with sailings to the Caribbean and Bahamas including stops in Gran Cayman, Mexico and Jamaica.
As for the Disney Magic, there’ll be three, four and five-night trips to the Bahamas, as well as six-night Caribbean cruises with a stop at Castaway Bay.
Holidaymakers departing from San Diego can go for a once-in-a-lifetime experience by combining select cruises with a pre-cruise package from Adventures by Disney; this will include a rare behind-the-magic visit to The Walt Disney Studios and Disney Archives, a private tour of Walt Disney Imagineering and a visit to the place where it all began — the Disneyland Resort.
If you’re in NYC for a city break, you could look to extend your trip for one of the seven-night sailings to Bahamas which come with an extra dose of Disney magic.
That’s because the cruise includes a stop at Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay, paired with a day at Port Canaveral, Florida, where every guest receives a one-day Walt Disney World Park Hopper ticket and round-trip transportation to the theme parks in nearby Orlando.