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Itinerary highlights include return to Hawaii and other popular destinations

CELEBRATION, Fla. (Sept. 27, 2018) – In early 2020, Disney Cruise Line will offer families even more ways to explore the world together with the addition of a brand-new home port in New Orleans and a highly anticipated return to the Hawaiian Islands. Disney Cruise Line will also return to Puerto Rico for a limited time and continue guest-favorite itineraries to tropical destinations from Florida and California.

In 2020, the Disney Wonder will embark on a variety of Caribbean and Bahamian cruises from New Orleans – the first time Disney Cruise Line will have a home port in Louisiana. The limited-time season includes four-, six- and seven-night Western Caribbean sailings; a seven-night Bahamian cruise; and a 14-night Panama Canal voyage, departing Feb. 7 through March 6. (Matt Stroshane, photographer)

Bookings open to the public on Oct. 4, 2018.

First-time Home Port in New Orleans

In 2020, the Disney Wonder will embark on a variety of Caribbean and Bahamian cruises from New Orleans – the first time Disney Cruise Line will have a home port in Louisiana. Not only will this provide families from the region with the magic of having a Disney ship in their own backyard, but it will also draw families from farther away to discover this incredible city before they set sail.

Before or after their Disney cruise, guests can venture into the city to savor the distinct flavors of famous New Orleans cuisine, visit family-friendly museums and parks, and revel in the sweet melodies of world-renowned jazz music. Travelers will delight in the Southern charm of this new home port, and Disney fans will find magic around every corner as they recognize the iconic sights and sounds that inspired the beloved animated film “The Princess and the Frog.”

The Disney Wonder will embark on six cruises during this limited-time season from New Orleans, including four-, six- and seven-night Western Caribbean sailings; a seven-night Bahamian cruise; and a 14-night Panama Canal voyage, departing Feb. 7 through March 6.

Long-Awaited Return to Hawaii

After five years, Disney Cruise Line will make its much-anticipated return to Hawaii. As part of Disney Cruise Line’s early 2020 itineraries, the Disney Wonder will sail to Kiwiliwili on the pristine, mountainous island of Kauai, Hawaii. (David Murphey, photographer)

After a five-year hiatus, the Disney Wonder will return to Hawaii in early 2020 for two special cruises: a nine-night voyage to Honolulu from Vancouver, Canada, on April 29, and a 10-night sailing back to Vancouver on May 8.

During these dream vacations, guests will discover the breathtaking beauty of the Hawaiian Islands, including the famous beaches of Waikiki on Oahu; the views from high atop the summit of Haleakala Crater on Maui; the lush tropical gardens and waterfalls of Kauai; and the diverse natural wonders of Hawaii Island.

Popular Itineraries from Puerto Rico and California

From San Juan, Puerto Rico in early 2020, the Disney Wonder sets sail on special cruises to the Southern Caribbean, visiting tropical destinations renowned for beautiful sun-kissed beaches and warm azure waters. (Matt Stroshane, photographer)

The Disney Wonder continues its standout season with returns to popular home ports on both coasts. First, the ship sets sail for the Southern Caribbean during two seven-night voyages departing Jan. 19 and 26 from San Juan, Puerto Rico, followed by a five-night Bahamian cruise. Then beginning on March 20, the ship embarks on seven sailings to Baja and the Mexican Riviera, ranging in length from two to seven nights, from San Diego, California.

Unforgettable Tropical Getaways from Florida

Disney Cruise Line will have three ships sailing to the Bahamas and Caribbean from Florida in early 2020, and every cruise includes a day of fun in the sun on Disney’s private Bahamian island reserved exclusively for Disney Cruise Line guests, Castaway Cay.

Disney Cruise Line guests sailing aboard most Caribbean and Bahamian voyages in early 2020 will spend a day ashore at Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay. In a setting of crystal-clear turquoise waters, powdery white-sand beaches and lush landscapes, the island offers activities for every member of the family. (David Roark, photographer)

  • From Miami, the Disney Magic will sail three-, four- and five-night Bahamian cruises and five-night Western Caribbean cruises.
  • From Port Canaveral, the Disney Fantasy will sail seven-night Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries, plus two special sailings at six- and eight-nights each.
  • From Port Canaveral, the Disney Dream will sail three- and four-night Bahamian cruises to Nassau and Castaway Cay.

With a variety of options from Florida, guests can choose the vacation that provides something for everyone in the family, combining the adventure and relaxation of tropical destinations, the ease and indulgence of an ocean cruise, and the world-class entertainment and service of a Disney vacation.

To learn more about Disney Cruise Line or to book a vacation, contact us today!

You May as Well Face It You’re Addicted to Bling

I was running and I had the Robert Palmer Song “Addicted to Love” in my head.  If you replace the word “kiss” with Medal and “love” with Bling, the song really says it all. This is exactly how I feel when I’m ready to hit “send” on my next race registration. It may be my new mantra.

 

Your lights are on, but you’re not home

Your mind is not your own

Your heart sweats, your body shakes

Another medal is what it takes

You can’t sleep, you can’t eat

There’s not doubt, you’re in deep

Your throat is tight, you can’t breath

Another Medal is all you need

Ohh ohhhh

You like to think that you’re immune to the stuff.. oh yeah

It’s closer to the truth to say you can’t get enough

You know you’re gonna have to face it

You’re addicted to BLING!

 

My Bling obsession started out innocently enough.  I had run a few 5ks because it was a way for our family to have some fun together.  I had participated in the Great Aloha Run a few times when we lived in Hawaii. That’s an 8 mile course from Aloha Tower to Aloha Stadium. Lots of fun.  No Bling.  I decided that my husband and I needed some common hobby that we could do together, maybe travel a little, and have fun at the same time now that the kids are out of the house. So I started training.

I first heard about RunDisney races in 2010. I decided that we needed to sign up for the 2011 Wine and Dine Half Marathon. My husband being the foodie, wine guy that he is I figured this weekend would make us both happy.  Well, long story short, I trained using the Galloway method and was ready and hubby wasn’t able to go.

That was it. I was hooked.  I wore that first medal with such pride and accomplishment but like a junkie I needed more.  I went right home and registered for the 2012 Princess Half Marathon (can you believe I was able to register that late??? Those days are gone).  Since that first race I have participated in 3 princess Half Marathons, 2 Wine and Dine Half Marathons (finally got hubby there), 1 Tinkerbell Half Marathon, 1 Expedition Everest 5k, Royal Family 5K, 2 Castaway Cay 5ks, and Princess 10k. I have my Coast to Coast and a Glass Slipper Challenge medals that I am very proud to show off.  This January I’ll add the Half marathon medal from Marathon weekend and hopefully Dumbo Double Dare and new Coast to Coast medals later in 2015.

I have also branched out to help fill my Bling need when I can’t get to Disney. I have run the Hershey Half marathon (Helloooooo chocolate at mile 11), the Cherry Blossom 10 miler and the Nike Women’s’ Half Marathon where I received my Tiffany necklace at the finish.  Now, that’s BLING!

It’s an expensive habit, but lets face it, there are more destructive things I could be addicted to that would harm more than just our bank account.  I love the RunDisney races and will try to run all of the Half marathons so I can check them all of my ToDo list.  Problem is they keep adding new races.  It looks like my list will never be complete… and I’m ok with that.

Donna's Bling Collection

Donna’s Bling Collection

 

Donna Genco ~ Collector of Bling

 

Guest Blogger – Donna Genco

donna1-199x300Donna is not only one of Kingdom Magic Vacations Independent Travel Planners, she is also a runner and contributor over at Kingdom Magic Runners Facebook Page. She’s participated in numerous RunDisney Events from the Wine and Dine Half Marathon, Expedition Everest and more on the East Coast, but she’s also been to Disneyland for the Tinkerbell Half Marathon as well.  Her passion may be RunDisney races, but she has also participated in other races as well.

Top Ten Things to Do at Disney Cruise Line’s Castaway Cay

There’s no doubt Castaway Cay is a Disney Cruise Line guest favorite, and it’s one of our favorite’s too.  So here are the Top Ten Things to Do On Castaway Cay.

Disney Cruise Line's Castaway Cay

10. Start your day off relaxed with yoga on the beach.
Be one of the first off the ship and to the peaceful Serenity Bay for morning yoga, one of the many fitness classes included in your cruise. You’ll practice relaxing yoga techniques on the warm sand of this pristine beach, just steps away from calm, turquoise waters.

9. Get wet from head to toe with swimming, snorkeling and floating.
Castaway Family Beach is home to special swimming and snorkeling lagoons for those who want to cool off. You can drift on floats or in inner tubes, swim with tropical fish and search for sunken treasures, including a hidden Mickey!

Diving on Disney Cruise Line's Castaway Cay

8. Get up-close and personal with stingrays.
Castaway Ray’s Stingray Adventure gives you the chance to feed, touch and snorkel with stingrays in a private lagoon. This up-close encounter also includes a fun info session led by a marine specialist with interesting facts about stingrays.

7. Enjoy the crystal clear water from above.
Parasailing, water cycling, paddle boating, paddle boarding, kayaking and sailboating are all ways you can enjoy the ocean without even getting in it. Of course, I recommend at least dipping your toes in these warm, tropical waters!

Pelican Plunge at Disney Cruise Line's Castaway Cay

6. Make a huge splash at Pelican Plunge.
Just a short swim from shore, venture to the floating Pelican Plunge for tons of get-wet fun. A giant “bucket dump” is sure to soak you, and two water slides – one open and the other enclosed – take you on a twisting ride into the lagoon.

5. Take a photograph with your favorite Disney friends.
Enjoy lots of photo ops with Disney characters in their island attire. Character meet-and-greets in front of iconic backdrops like the ship and Mt. Rustmore make for great family pictures!

Bike riding on Disney's Castaway Cay

4. Explore the 1,000-acre island on foot or bicycle.
There are a number of paths to the island’s interior that can be explored either on foot or bicycle. The morning runDisney Castaway Cay 5K is a great way to get to know the island and take in the lush tropical landscape, without costing you a thing!

3. Send “snail mail” from the Bahamian post office.
Castaway Cay has its own post office where you can send a message to family and friends back home. Bahamian stamps are required, making it even more fun to mail a souvenir postcard to yourself to commemorate your time on the island!

Observation Tower on Disney's Castaway Cay

2. Climb the 40-foot-tall observation tower.
For a breathtaking view of Castaway Cay and the ship in the distance, you can journey down the bike trail toward the interior of the island and climb 47 steps to the top of the observation tower. Don’t forget your camera!

1. Join in on a unique family activity like only Disney can do.
One-of-a-kind island activities are great ways for your family to have fun together. Cheer on a new “friend” in our crab races or excavate artificial whale bones and other fossilized treasures in the Family Whale Dig.

If you’ve joined Disney Cruise Line at Castaway Cay before, what are your top ten things to do there?

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Three Disney Cruise Line Ships Sailing from Port Canaveral in Early 2014

Starting in January, three of Disney Cruise Line’s ships will be sailing from Port Canaveral, Fla., giving even more guests the chance to experience two of the magical lands that set Disney apart – Walt Disney World Resort and Castaway Cay.

The Magic of Castaway Cay

The Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy already call Port Canaveral home, offering 3- and 4-night cruises to the Bahamas (Disney Dream) and 7-night cruises to the Caribbean (Disney Fantasy). Beginning January 2, 2014, the Disney Magic will also sail 3- and 4-night cruises from there.

Disney Cruise Line Family Adventure

Port Canaveral is just about a one-hour drive from Walt Disney World Resort, which gives guests the great option of planning the perfect Disney vacation – both on land and at sea! If you’re still looking for that holiday gift you know your family will love, check out the special we’re offering on a 3-night Bahamian cruise and a 3-night stay in Walt Disney World Resort.

Mickey and Minnie LOVE Disney Cruise Line

Disney makes combining a cruise and resort stay easier for you all year-long with options including motor coach transportation between the port and resort and luggage delivery from the resort to your stateroom. Plus, we’ll even assist with booking your accommodations, theme park tickets and resort food package. Pretty convenient, right?

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Another really exciting part of our sailings from Port Canaveral is that every one of them includes a stop at Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay.

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Share The Holiday Spirit with Disney Cruise Line

This year, Disney is giving even more guests the chance to celebrate the holidays on a Disney cruise. Very Merrytime Cruises set sail on November 9 and 10 with beautiful decor throughout the ship and holiday-themed fun for the whole family.

Share The Holiday Spirit with Disney Cruise Line

Here are some of the family-fun activities you can take part in:

  • Meeting Santa Claus and his elves and greeting Disney friends in their holiday attire
  • A young cruiser helping Disney characters light the atrium lobby tree during King Triton’s Tree Lighting Ceremony
  • Families and Disney friends hula hooping, playing limbo under oversized candy canes, dancing to the “Yuletide Slide” and doing a conga line around the pool at the Deck the Deck Holiday Party
  • Family photos in front of the three-deck atrium lobby tree, oversized gingerbread house and other themed decor throughout the ship
  • Festive decorations on Disney private island, Castaway Cay

Share The Holiday Spirit with Disney Cruise Line

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Disney Cruise Line Unveils Itineraries and Ports for 2015

Disney Cruise Line unveiled their itineraries and ports for the early part of 2015, and we have some very exciting news to share. Every cruise departing from January to April in 2015 includes a stop at Castaway Cay!

Disney Cruise Line Unveils Itineraries and Ports for 2015

If you haven’t yet had the chance to visit this paradise island reserved exclusively for Disney cruisers, my guess is that this photo alone requires no explanation as to why it is a guest favorite.

Pristine beaches, crystal-clear turquoise waters, swaying palm trees … what more could you want? And with plenty of family fun to be had, like swimming, snorkeling, kayaking and biking, a day here is unlike any other!

Disney Cruise Line Unveils Itineraries and Ports for 2015

In the early part of 2015, all four Disney ships are sailing from Florida ports, including 3-, 4- and 7-night cruises from Port Canaveral and 4- and 5-night getaways from Miami. Our wide variety of itineraries are to the warm climate of the Bahamas and Caribbean, with plenty of destinations to choose from like Jamaica, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.

Caribbean and Bahamas from Port Canaveral
• Three- and four-night Bahamas cruises aboard the Disney Dream
• Seven-night Western Caribbean cruises aboard the Disney Magic
• Seven-night Eastern Caribbean cruises aboard the Disney Fantasy

Caribbean and Bahamas from Miami
• In 2015, the Disney Wonder will sail from Miami on four-night Bahamian and five-night Western Caribbean cruises.

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Have You Heard from Disney Cruise Line Lately?

Have You Heard from Disney Cruise Line Lately?

Disney has already mailed notifications to Platinum, Gold, and select Silver Disney Cruise Line Castaway Club Members with an offer to receive a $100 on board credit when they book a 4- or 5-night Disney Magic cruise departing from Miami Nov. 1 – Dec. 18, 2013 (excluding Nov. 24 and Dec. 8, 2013).

Your can use this credit for a variety of on board activities and experiences, including spa treatments, shopping, adults-only dining and more!

Platinum and Gold Castaway Club Members will automatically receive the $100 on board credit when booking an applicable sail date.

Silver Castaway Club Members must have sailed on four Disney Cruise Line sailings in order to be eligible for this offer.

Have You Heard from Disney Cruise Line Lately?

To book this offer for eligible Silver Castaway Club Members, please let your Kingdom Magic Vacations Travel Planner that you want to take advantage of this great offer.

Additional Details:

  • The number of staterooms for this offer is limited.
  • This offer cannot be combined with any other offers or discounts.
  • Onboard credit is per stateroom booked, nonrefundable and nontransferable.

Offer subject to Disney Cruise Line Terms and Conditions.

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Sail Away on a Merrytime Cruise with Disney Cruise Line and Castaway Cay

Sail Away on a Merrytime Cruise with Disney Cruise Line and Castaway Cay

This holiday season, delight in magical merriment at sea on the Very Merrytime Cruises—new to Disney Cruise Line—available on sailings departing November 9 to December 31, 2013!  Share seasonal splendor with loved ones as you enjoy a twist on holiday traditions.

Sail Away on a Merrytime Cruise with Disney Cruise Line and Castaway Cay

A winter wonderland awaits you aboard each ship. Discover a festive fusion of holiday-themed entertainment, activities and décor—with a life-sized gingerbread house, 24-foot Christmas tree, garlands, poinsettias, shimmering lights and more!

Sail Away on a Merrytime Cruise with Disney Cruise Line and Castaway Cay

The Holiday festivities also spill over onto Castaway Cay with special decorations and lights and even trams dressed up light Santa’s reindeer!

Sail Away on a Merrytime Cruise with Disney Cruise Line and Castaway Cay

Other holiday enhancements include:

  • Deck the Deck Tropical Holiday Party, a celebration in addition to Pirate Night, with candy-cane limbo, dancing and games
  • King Triton’s Tree Lighting Ceremony, where kids can help light the tree and kick off the holiday festivities
  • Santa Claus meet-and-greet, an exciting opportunity to take family pictures and see Santa and his elves
  • Meet-and-Greets with some favorite Disney Characters, dressed in their holiday attire
  • Teen-only and tween-only holiday parties—private celebrations where teens and tweens can hang out with new friends
  • Holiday storytelling, with new and old tales about holidays at sea and around the world
  • Themed activities and crafts for kids—decorate stockings, make holiday cards, go on a holiday scavenger hunt and more
  • A life-sized gingerbread house made completely with edible ingredients—and the opportunity to make your own gingerbread house!
  • Holiday merchandise available for this event

Plus, on December 24 and 25, enjoy additional holiday experiences:

  • Cookies on Christmas Eve
  • Special holiday towel animals
  • Special holiday surprise
  • Holiday caroling with the kids and crew
  • Religious Services

When you celebrate winter holidays with Disney Cruise Line, you can spend more quality time together with loved ones as you sail from one spectacular port to the next.

Holiday activities and offerings are subject to change and vary by ship and itinerary.

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Post-Dry Dock Itineraries 2013-14 for the Disney Magic

There’s an extra dose of magic coming to the Disney Magic, when the Disney Cruise Line vessel undergoes dry dock Sept. 7-Oct. 10, 2013 in Cadiz, Spain.

Post-Dry Dock Itineraries 2013-14 for the Disney Magic

Here are highlights of the ship’s itineraries following dry dock:

Bahamas and Western Caribbean from Miami (Oct.-Dec. 2013)

Following the “reimagineering” transformation of the ship that takes place during dry dock, the Disney Magic will depart Oct. 20 from Miami on a special five-night voyage including two stops at Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay, and a stop at Nassau.

This first cruise after dry dock sets the stage for a schedule of two-, three-, four- and five-night cruises from Miami to the Bahamas and Western Caribbean.

Five-night Caribbean

Ports: Miami, Cozumel, Castaway Cay

Departure dates: Oct. 27, Nov. 10, 24,  Dec. 8, 22

Five-night Caribbean

Ports:Miami, Grand Cayman, Cozumel

Departure dates:Nov. 1, 15, 29, Dec. 13

Four-night Bahamas

Ports: Miami, Key West, Castaway Cay

Departure dates: Nov. 6, 20, Dec. 4, 18

Three-night Bahamas

Ports: Miami, Nassau, Castaway Cay

Departure dates: Dec. 27, 30

Two-night at Sea

Ports: Miami

Departure dates: Oct. 25

Bahamas from Port Canaveral (Jan.-May 2014)

Beginning Jan. 2, 2014, the Disney Magic will sail from Port Canaveral on alternating three- and four-night cruises including a stop at Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay, and Nassau.

Four-night Bahamas

Ports: Port Canaveral, Nassau, Castaway Cay

Departure datesJan. 6, 13, 20, 27, Feb. 3, 10, 17, 24, Mar. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, Apr. 7, 14, 21, 28, May 5, 12

Three-night Bahamas

Ports: Port Canaveral, Nassau, Castaway Cay

Departure dates: Jan. 10, 24, Feb. 7, 14, 21, 28, Mar. 7, 14, 21, 28, Apr. 4, 11, 18, 25, May 9, 16

Three-night Bahamas (Nassau)

Ports: Port Canaveral, Nassau, Key West

Departure dates: Jan. 2

Three-night Bahamas (Castaway Cay)

Ports: Port Canaveral, Castaway Cay

Departure dates: Jan. 17, 31, May 2

Mediterranean from Venice and Barcelona (May.-Aug. 2014)

From May to August 2014, the Disney Magic will sail from Barcelona and Venice on four-, five-, seven-, nine- and 12-night European cruises.

Southern Caribbean from San Juan (Sept.-Oct. 2014)

In September and October 2014, the Disney Magic will sail from San Juan on seven-night Southern Caribbean cruises.

Seven-night Southern Caribbean from San Juan

Ports: San Juan; Antigua; St. Lucia; Grenada; Barbados; St. Kitts

Departure dates: Sept. 20, 27, Oct. 4, 11

Bahamas and Western Caribbean from Miami (Oct.-Dec. 2014)

From October to December 2014, the Disney Magic will sail from Miami on four-night Bahamian and five-night Western Caribbean cruises. Ports of call include Cozumel, Mexico; Grand Cayman; Key West; Nassau, Bahamas, and Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay.

See What Happens on Castaway Cay When Guests Are Away

Have you ever wondered what happens at Castaway Cay when you’re not there? Disney gave us a little glimpse during a recent visit to the island earlier this month.

Disney Cruise Line guests aren’t the only ones who love to kick back, relax and have fun here! See what Mickey and the gang do on their fun-filled days at Disney’s island paradise

Disney Cruise Line guests aren’t the only ones who love to kick back, relax and have fun here! See what Mickey and the gang do on their fun-filled days at Disney’s island paradise in this video:

What’s your favorite thing to do at Castaway Cay? Leave us a comment and let us know!

Disney Cruise Line Wayback Machine: Castaway Cay

Today back in 1996, The Walt Disney Company acquired a Bahamian Island named Gorda Cay. For all you fans of Disney Cruise Line, you know it better as Castaway Cay. Here’s a look at the island soon after the acquisition.

Today back in 1996, The Walt Disney Company acquired a Bahamian Island named Gorda Cay. For all you fans of Disney Cruise Line, you know it better as Castaway Cay.

Castaway Cay stretches 3.1 miles long by 2.2 miles wide, and less than five percent of the island’s 1,000 acres have been developed.

Today back in 1996, The Walt Disney Company acquired a Bahamian Island named Gorda Cay. For all you fans of Disney Cruise Line, you know it better as Castaway Cay.

Located 225 nautical miles from Port Canaveral, Castaway Cay continues to be the most magical island in the Bahamas.

Disney Cruises – Are They Just for the Kids?

Maybe you thought Disney cruises were just for kids. However, these cruises have a lot to offer adults as well. Whether you go alone or with the kids, you may be surprised to find out how much fun you can have as an adult. Adults can enjoy taking a cruise on the Disney Dream, the Disney Wonder, the Disney Fantasy or the Disney Magic, the four ships included in the Disney Cruise Line. Here are just a few of the things adults will find appealing on these cruises.

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Activities and Entertainment During the Day

First, you’ll find that Disney cruises are packed with activities and entertainment all day long. The activities aren’t just for kids either. Have fun enjoying the Quiet Cove Pool, which is only available to adults. You may also want to enjoy some of the family friendly activities, which are just as exciting for adults as they are for the kids.

Enjoy the Evenings

Of course, the daytime isn’t the only time you’ll have a great time on a Disney cruise. There is plenty of great entertainment in the evening that adults will appreciate. Check out dance shows, Broadway style shows and more. Adult only spaces are available as well, such as live music lounges, Irish themed pubs and other exciting spaces where you can enjoy the evening hours.

Refined Dining

Adult only dining options are available on all of the ships in the Disney Cruise Line. For dinner, adults will enjoy Palo, a delicious, adult only, Italian restaurant. Enjoy elegant dining in beautiful surroundings. While you enjoy your refined dining experience, you can listen to piano music and relax while tasting the tempting fare served up at Palo. Buffet options are available, as are the main dining rooms on the ships with set seating.

Disney Cruise Line is not just for kids

These cruises aren’t just for kids to enjoy. Adults will have a great time as well. Enjoy going on a Disney cruise alone with friends or your significant other. You’ll also have a great experience if you take your kids along. They’ll have fun and you’ll find plenty of adult friendly options to enjoy so you can relax and enjoy yourself too.

Disney Cruise Line Unveils New 2014 Itineraries and Ports

In 2014, Disney Cruise Line® will offer new itineraries, including an expanded collection of European cruises highlighting the Greek Isles. Plus, Disney Cruise Line will depart for the first time from homeports in Venice, Italy, and San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Disney Cruise Line Unveils New 2014 Itineraries and Ports

Mediterranean from Venice and Barcelona

  • Departures from May 31 – Aug. 30, 2014
  • Disney Magic® returns to the Mediterranean with exciting new ports and popular destinations, treating guests to the best of Europe.
  • For the first time, Disney Cruise Line will use Venice, Italy, as a homeport for select sailings. During these cruises, the ship will overnight in Venice, giving you the opportunity to experience an evening in the spectacular city.
  • Other new destinations include Katakolon, Rhodes, Heraklion (Crete), Santorini and Corfu, Greece, and Catania, Sicily.

Caribbean from San Juan

  • Departures from Sept. 20 – Oct. 11, 2014
  • Disney Cruise Line will homeport in San Juan for the first time in 2014, sailing four cruises to the Southern Caribbean, including Grenada – a new port of call for Disney.
  • Known as the “Spice Isle,” Grenada offers a lush and lively destination filled with spice estates, tropical gardens, beautiful beaches, thrilling diving, snorkeling, fishing and exploration through mountain landscapes and waterfalls.

Alaska from Vancouver

  • Departures from May 24 – Sept. 1, 2014
  • Disney Wonder® will sail 7-night cruises from Vancouver to Tracy Arm, Skagway, Juneau and Ketchikan, Alaska. One special 9-night cruise calls on Sitka, Alaska – a first for Disney Cruise Line.

Disney Cruise Line will continue to offer a variety of sailings from Port Canaveral and Miami, Florida, in 2014. Most itineraries include a visit to Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay.

For more information on these great new Disney Cruise Line destinations visit Kingdom Magic Vacations online or call 1-866-972-6244 today!

 

Disney Cruise Line Offers Even More Vacation Options with New 2013 Itineraries from Texas

What’s the next best thing to Disney Cruise Line coming to Texas? How about a Disney cruise from Texas that visits Walt Disney World Resort! Toss in a stop at Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay, and you have the ultimate Disney vacation!

Starting next year, you can hop onboard the Disney Magic in Galveston and sail away to Walt Disney World Resort. The new 8-night Bahamas sailings include a stop at Port Canaveral, Florida, where as part of your voyage, Disney will transport you from the ship to the resort with a Walt Disney World Park Hopper ticket in hand!

Disney Cruise Line goes to Walt Disney World Resort

And, its gets even better! The ship will also stop at Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay, giving you the chance to soak up the sun in one of the most beautiful spots on earth, alongside your favorite Disney friends.

the most beautiful spots on earth, alongside your favorite Disney friends

If you’re looking for a quick getaway, Disney Cruise Line has also added a 4-night Caribbean voyage from Texas. It’s the perfect way to show your family a little Disney magic with a short vacation getaway.

These sailings are in addition to next year’s 6-, 7- and 8-night Western Caribbean voyages and this year’s 7-night Western Caribbean cruises starting September 22. Take a look below at all of the options from Galveston, and let us know in the comments which one suits your family best.

  • 4-night Caribbean: Galveston, Cozumel
  • 6-night Western Caribbean: Galveston, Grand Cayman, Cozumel
  • 7-night Western Caribbean: Galveston, Grand Cayman, Costa Maya, Cozumel
  • 8-night Bahamas: Galveston, Castaway Cay, Port Canaveral, Key West
  • 8-night Western Caribbean: Galveston, Key West, Grand Cayman, Costa Maya, Cozumel

 

 

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