Disney Cruise Line has revealed the itineraries and ports that will be available on their fleet in early 2018. These ports and itineraries can be booked starting on October 27, 2016.
Disney will continue their presence in the places they have become ever more popular like the Caribbean and they will service a new port there for the first time, Bonaire. Bonaire is known for beautiful Caribbean water and is a great spot for people interested in water sports including scuba diving, snorkeling, windsurfing, and kiteboarding.
Bonaire will be included on the Disney Wonder’s itineraries as she will return to San Juan, Puerto Rico for seven night Southern Caribbean sailings in January of 2018. The other ports included on this itinerary area Curacao, Aruba, St. Lucia, Martinique, Antigua, and St. Kitts.
The Disney Wonder will also return to San Diego in April and May of 2018 to sail to the Mexican Riviera and Baja. The itineraries include five night sailings that visit Cabo San Lucas and Ensenada, Mexico along with two and three night sailings that visit only Ensenada. The two night cruises depart on Friday’s from San Diego which means those sailings will provide the perfect weekend getaway.
From February through April Disney will have four ships stationed in Port Canaveral offering from three to seven night Caribbean cruises as well as a stop at Castaway Cay on every cruise. The Disney Dream will continue offering three and four night cruises to the Bahamas and Castaway Cay while the Disney Fantasy will continue its run of seven night Eastern and Western Caribbean voyages. The Disney Wonder, which will be stationed in Florida from February 8 through April 8 will sail a variety of three, four, and seven night sailings.
With all of this talk about the other ships you’re probably wondering where the Disney Magic is heading during this time period, and now we know the Magic will be headed back to Miami. In early 2018 the Disney Magic will be sailing four and five night Bahamas cruises along with five night Western Caribbean sailings. Each and every one of these sailings will also visit Castaway Cay.