Yesterday, the Walt Disney Cruise line announced the ports and itineraries for 2017 cruises.
New additions include Canada coast itinerary and new ports from New York.
The Magic will take the cruise line’s longest-ever voyage to the Atlantic Canada coast on Oct. 21 and will include the first time Disney has visited the port of Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.
There will also be a lot of seven and eight night sailings from New York to the Bahamas with a stop at Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island, and a brief visit to Port Canaveral where guests can go and visit Mickey Mouse on land at Walt Disney World. A park hopper pass and transportation is included in the price of this voyage.
Disney Cruise Line will return again to Galveston, Texas for eight, seven-night cruises to the Bahamas and Caribbean.
There will be two special cruises, Nov. 10 and Dec. 1, when the Wonder will follow a western Caribbean itinerary that includes Cozumel, Grand Cayman and Jamaica.
It appears the Wonder will follow a regular itinerary that includes the ports of Key West, Nassau and Castaway Cay, originating out of Galveston during November and December.
Before it start’s it journeys out of Texas, the Wonder will be stationed out of San Diego with cruises to Baja and the Mexican Riveria for September and October.
The Baja itinerary will include stops at Cabo San Lucas and Ensenada, Mexico.
The Mexican Rivera will include visits to Puerto Vallerta and Mazalian.
While all of this is going on with the Magic and the Wonder, the Dream and Fantasy will continue their usual routes to the Bahamas and eastern and western Caribbean.
The Disney Cruise Line website has a complete list of cruises that have been scheduled for 2017 so far.
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