Disney Cruise Line Announces Two First-Time Sailings For 2018

by Daniel McCarthy
Disney Cruise Line Announces Two First-Time Sailings For 2018


For the first time in its 21-year history, the Disney Cruise Line will sail to Bermuda and Quebec City next year.

Disney released its 2018 scheduled itineraries today and they include first-time stops in Bermuda and Quebec City, along with a wide range of other sailings out of New York, California, Texas and Florida.

Highlights include:

Disney Magic
Disney Magic, the oldest ship in the fleet, will sail from New York starting in September. It will offer two seven-night sailings to Quebec City with stops in Saguenay and Baie-Comeau and then two full days in Quebec City.

The ship will continue homeporting in New York during the fall, with seven-night sailings to Port Canaveral. When docked, guests will be able to enjoy a complimentary round-trip transportation to and from Walt Disney World’s theme parks.

It then offer a number of five-night sailings to Bermuda from New York in October 2018. Those sailings will include two full days in Bermuda.

Magic will also sail a one-off, six-night sailing to Bermuda from New York during that season. That sailing will include three full days in Bermuda. will

Disney Wonder
After an Alaskan summer, Disney Wonder will reposition to San Diego during September and October. From there it will sail two separate itineraries — to Baja California, stopping in Cabo San Lucas and Ensenada, and to the Mexican Riviera with stops in Mazatlán and Cabo San Lucas.

Wonder will then reposition to Galveston where it will sail a variety of Caribbean and Bahamian itineraries, all including a stop at Key West and Castaway Cay.

Disney Dream and Fantasy
The line’s newest ships and largest ships, Dream and Fantasy, will continue sailing Caribbean and Bahama sailings with a stop at Castaway Cay out of Port Canaveral.

Bookings open on May 18, 2017. A full schedule is available on the Disney Cruise website.

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