Disney’s ships are going to move around a bit in 2023 as we expected. The Disney Dream is heading over to Europe while the Disney Wonder will spend the summer in Alaska. The Disney Fantasy and Disney Wish will both stay at Port Canaveral with cruises to the Caribbean and Bahamas. The Disney Magic will sail out of Miami and San Juan. Read below to learn more about the destinations and learn more about Disney Wish sail dates and itineraries by clicking this link.
Disney Dream Marks Inaugural Season in Europe
With sailings anywhere from four to 11 nights, the Disney Dream will sail from Barcelona and Rome to picturesque ports of call throughout the Mediterranean, including a first-ever seven-night sailing to the Greek Isles with stops in the ever-popular ports of Santorini and Mykonos.
Late summer/early fall departures of the Disney Dream from Southampton will feature cruises to a wealth of destinations including Spain, France, the British Isles, Norway, and Iceland. New ports of call include the postcard-worthy La Rochelle, France, and two new ports in Norway – Skjolden, home to a wealth of natural attractions, and Sandnes, a small city just outside the metropolis of Stavanger known for its outdoor activities.
Summer 2023 sailings to Alaska aboard Disney Wonder
The breathtaking natural beauty of Alaska will combine with the magic of Disney on five-, seven- and nine-night sailings on the Disney Wonder from Vancouver, Canada. Beginning in May, cruisers will be invited to discover exciting ports like Ketchikan and Skagway, with their prehistoric glaciers, gold mining relics, and spectacular land- and sea life. Three Alaskan itineraries call at Icy Strait Point, home to a coastal rainforest, wilderness tours, and – for thrill-seekers – ziplining above the treetops.
Tropical Escapes to The Bahamas and Caribbean from Florida
Sun-splashed tropical isles throughout the Bahamas and Caribbean will await guests on three Disney Cruise Line ships from Florida in summer 2023.
For its first full summer of sailing, the Disney Wish will homeport in Port Canaveral near Orlando for a series of three- and four-night Bahamas cruises to Nassau and Disney’s private island oasis, Castaway Cay. The Disney Wish will feature exciting new additions including Disney’s first Frozen-themed theatrical dining experience and AquaMouse, a wild water adventure and first-ever Disney attraction at sea.
Port Canaveral will also be the departure point for the Disney Fantasy for sailings ranging in length from five to ten nights. In addition to seven-night cruises to popular ports in the eastern and western Caribbean, Guests will also be able to experience a five-night Bahamian sailing with back-to-back calls at Castaway Cay, a 10-night southern Caribbean itinerary to the islands of Aruba and Bonaire and an eight-night cruise featuring two days on the beautiful pink sand beaches of Bermuda.
The Disney Magic will make its summer home in Miami for an assortment of exciting destinations. The Disney Magic is now sailing four-night Bahamas cruises and five-night Western Caribbean voyages, followed by two seven-night sailings in July to the Eastern and Western Caribbean. Select summer voyages aboard the Disney Magic will include double days – for double the fun – at Castaway Cay.
In early 2023, Disney Cruise Line will return to top tropical destinations in the Bahamas – including Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay – as well as the Caribbean and the Mexican Riviera, delighting guests of all ages with one-of-a-kind vacations at sea. A variety of enchanting itineraries will set sail coast-to-coast from U.S. home ports including Miami and Port Canaveral, Florida; New Orleans; Galveston, Texas; and San Diego.
Baja and Mexican Riviera
Embark on a sun-splashed getaway to Mexico on a 3-, 4-, 5- or 7-night cruise departing from San Diego, CA. Dock in coastal towns that may include Cabo San Lucas, Ensenada, Mazatlán or Puerto Vallarta.The Caribbean
Feel the warm breezes of the Caribbean transport you from one tropical destination to another on a 4-, 5-, 6-, or 7-night cruise from Port Canaveral (near Walt Disney World Resort) or Miami, FL, Galveston, TX or New Orleans. Ports of call may include Cozumel, Grand Cayman, Tortola, Costa Maya, Jamaica, Puerto Rico or Disney Castaway Cay, Disney's private island paradise.The Bahamas
Soak up the laid-back pleasures of island life on a 3-, 4-, or 5-night cruise. Also, enjoy an 8-night cruise to Bermuda stopping in King's Wharf. All cruises depart from Port Canaveral (near Walt Disney World Resort) or Miami, FL. Your journey drops anchor in tropical ports of call that may include Nassau, King's Wharf and Disney Castaway Cay, DCL's private island in The Bahamas.