Disney Cruise Line Adds New Ports

Disney Dream. Photo: Disney Cruise Line News

Disney Cruise Line is expanding its ports of call for 2013 and 2014 and beyond, giving those who are in the middle of planning the trip of a lifetime even more options.

Now, Disney is adding departures from Venice and San Juan with stops in Greece, Sicily, Spain and Grenada.

Department from Barcelona, Spain, a 12-night European cruise aboard Disney Magic will stop at Venice, Italy, and Croatia’s Dalmation Coast; another will include Ephesus, Turkey and the Greek Isles including Athens; additional Mediterranean options are also offered.

Setting sail from Miami, Disney cruise ships Wonder and Magic will cruise the Bahamas and Western Caribbean with ports of call that include Cozumel, Grand Cayman, Key West, Nassau and Castaway Cay. Ships will also depart from Galveston.

Departing from Port Canaveral, the Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream will stop at various Caribbean and Bahamian locations.

Starting in May 2013, the Disney Wonder will cover Alaskan routes leaving from Vancouver will include stops at Tracy Arm, Skagway, Juneau, and Ketchikan.

For details on these 2013 cruises, click here.

Since plans are made for cruises so far in advance, here’s a link to the 2014 Itineraries.

No cruise aboard a Disney ship is complete without Hidden Mickeys fans’ best friend, Hidden Mickeys Go To Sea: A Field Guide to the Disney Cruise Line’s Best Kept Secrets. Now in its second edition, it includes Hidden Mickeys for all four Disney ships, plus Castaway Cay.

Hidden Mickeys Go to Sea, 2nd edition



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