Most people know that Disney Cruise Line sails to the Bahamas and to its private island Castaway Cay. But did you know that Disney sails to several other destinations as well? There are itineraries that let you sail as little as 3 days to as many as 13 days! With 5 ships in its fleet and one more in the works, there are so many options to choose from.
If you are new to cruising or just want a short getaway, 3, 4, and 5-night sailings to the Bahamas are a great option for you. Sailing from Port Canaveral and Miami, with stops in Nassau and Disney’s Private Island, Castaway Cay, it is a great way to get a taste of cruising.
Caribbean cruises sail from Port Canaveral, Miami, New Orleans, and Galveston. With many destinations to choose from both Eastern and Western Caribbean destinations. These cruises vary in length from 4 to 8 nights. Itineraries vary. But Eastern Caribbean ports include islands such as St. Thomas, St. Martin, Antigua, Tortola, and Puerto Rico. While Western Caribbean itineraries include islands such as Cozumel, Grand Cayman, and Jamaica. Cruise departing from Florida will also include a stop at Disney’s Private Island, Castaway Cay!!
Are you looking for a cruise to ports that aren’t as common? Southern Caribbean cruises set sail from San Juan and stop at posts such as Barbados, Bonaire, St. Lucia, St. Kitts, Antigua, Aruba, and Curacao!
If you’re located on the East Coast and looking for a vacation without flights, these 5, 7, and 8-night sailings from New York City. Longer cruises include stops in Antigua, St. Martin, and San Juan.
If you’re looking for a cruise from the west coast, Sailings to the Baja Peninsula are available from San Diego for 3, 4, and 5-night sailings exploring the Baja Peninsula. These cruises visit ports like Cabo San Lucas, Catalina Island, and Ensenada.
These 4-night cruises sail up West Coast from San Diego to Vancouver. This is a great cruise if you would like to spend extra time in either city before or after the cruise.
These majestic cruises sail from Vancouver to Alaska with 5, 7, and 9-night sailings! Alaskan cruises hug the coastline and offer minimal movement on the ship, making it easier on those that suffer from motion sickness! You’ll visit ports like Icy Strait Point, Skagway, Juneau, Sitka, Ketchikan, Hubbard Glacier, and Dover Glacier.
This is a great option to see New England’s fall colors. This cruise sets sail from New York and travels up the coast to Maine, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. This 6-night Halloween on the High Seas sailing is a once-a-year event!
Are you dreaming of Europe? But worried about exploring on your own or can’t decide which locations to visit? If so, a European cruise is a great option. Northern European sailings range from 4-12 nights including stops in Sweden, Finland, and the Netherlands sailing from Southampton, England. Norwegian Fjords sailings have stops in Norway, Denmark, Iceland, and Amsterdam sailing roundtrip from Dover, England. Mediterranean cruises sail round trip from Rome or Barcelona with stops in Italy, Croatia, France, Spain, and Greece for 7 to 12 nights. British Isle cruises are 7-nights and sail round trip from England and travel to Ireland and Scotland.
Looking for a longer cruise? Transatlantic sailings are currently set for 11 and 13 nights! Set sail from Southampton, England on the Magic’s return westbound to New York with stops in France, Spain, and Bermuda! If you are considering heading Eastbound aboard the Magic to Europe, you’ll enjoy 13 nights with stops in Spain and Portugal!
With so many cruise itineraries to choose from, which one will you pick?
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