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Disney Cruise Line Itineraries

Disney Cruise Line wants to make their ships even more accessible for families by leaving from a variety of ports, so they will be returning to New York!

For guests needing ground transportation, Disney Cruise Line will be servicing John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), LaGuardia Airport (LGQ) and Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR).

Disney Cruise Line is offering 3 pre- and post-night stays at 3 different New York hotels.  For more information on these, click here.

Bahamian Disney Cruises from New York

Guests on these Bahamian cruises will get the opportunity to spend a day at Walt Disney World!  This sailing will include a one-day WDW park hopper ticket, plus roundtrip transportation between the ship and the theme parks.

7-Night Bahamian Disney Cruises

  • Ship: Disney Magic
  • 2018 Sail Dates: November 3, 10, 17
  • 2019 Sail Dates: November 3*
    *=Sunday departure

 

Night Port
Saturday New York City
Sunday At Sea
Monday At Sea
Tuesday Castaway Cay
Wednesday Port Canaveral, FL (Walt Disney World Resort)
Thursday At Sea
Friday At Sea
Saturday New York City

 

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Bermuda Disney Cruises from New York

5-Night Bermuda Disney Cruises

  • Ship: Disney Magic
  • 2018 Sail Dates: October 4, 19, 24, 29
  • 2019 Sail Dates: September 25, October 12, 17

 

Night Port
Day 1 New York City
Day 2 At Sea
Day 3 King's Wharf, Bermuda
Day 4 King's Wharf, Bermuda
Day 5 At Sea
Day 6 New York City

 

6-Night Bermuda Disney Cruises

  • Ship: Disney Magic
  • 2018 Sail Dates: October 13

 

Night Port
Saturday New York City
Sunday At Sea
Monday King's Wharf, Bermuda
Tuesday King's Wharf, Bermuda
Wednesday King's Wharf, Bermuda
Thursday At Sea
Friday New York City

 

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Canadian Disney Cruises from New York

The 5-night Canadian cruise will give guests a chance to take in some of Canada's picturesque scenery, learn about its history, and discover some unique dining and shopping experiences including Canada's oldest farmer's market.

4-Night Canadian Disney Cruises

  • Ship: Disney Magic
  • 2018 Sail Dates: October 9
Night Port
Tuesday New York
Wednesday At Sea
Thursday St. John, New Brunswick, Canada
Friday At Sea
Saturday New York

 

5-Night Canadian Disney Cruises

  • Ship: Disney Magic
  • 2019 Sail Dates: September 30
Night Port
Monday New York
Tuesday At Sea
Wednesday Bar Harbor, Maine
Thursday St. John, New Brunswick, Canada
Friday At Sea
Saturday New York

 

7-Night Canadian Disney Cruises

Night Port
Thursday New York
Friday At Sea
Saturday Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Sunday At Sea
Monday Saguenay, Quebec, Canada
Tuesday Baie-Comeau, Quebec, Canada
Wednesday Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
Thursday Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

7-Night Canadian Disney Cruises

  • Ship: Disney Magic
  • 2018 Sail Dates: September 27
Night Port
Thursday Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
Friday Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
Saturday Saguenay, Quebec, Canada
Sunday Baie-Comeau, Quebec, Canada
Monday At Sea
Tuesday Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Wednesday At Sea
Thursday New York

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Pre and Post Night New York Stays
  • New York Marriott Marquis
    The New York Marriott Marquis brings the energy of Manhattan to your door. Located in the heart of Times Square and the Broadway theater district, this hotel is in Manhattan, NY.

  • The Westin New York at Times Square
    The Westin New York at Times Square stands at the heart of a vivid action-packed metropolis. From thrilling sights to gourmet restaurants to Broadway's glittering star-studded performances, New York delivers something unforgettable for everyone.

  • Loews Regency Hotel , New York
    In the heart of New York City, Loews Regency Hotel provides true Park Avenue luxury. Enjoy plush, stylish guest rooms, warm, personalized service, and cosmopolitan nightlife courtesy of Feinstein's at the Regency. Just right outside your door, fabulous shopping, the City's finest eateries, museums, the bright lights of Broadway, and of course, Central Park.

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