Here’s were Disney Cruise Line will be sailing in summer 2023

Here’s where Disney Cruise Line will be sailing in summer 2023

CELEBRATION, FL — Disney Cruise Line has unveiled its summer 2023 lineup featuring cruises to destinations around the world, including for the first time the Mediterranean and British Isles onboard the Disney Dream.

A total of five ships will sail the season with a wide array of destinations for families to enjoy. Bookings open to the public on May 9, 2022.

“These Disney Cruise Line sailings will take families on summer adventures in ways that only Disney can do, delighting guests of all ages with dazzling entertainment, world-class dining, unique character encounters, the ease and indulgence of carefree days at sea and the uncompromising guest service that defines a Disney vacation,” says Sharon Siskie, senior vice president & general manager.

Disney Dream’s Inaugural Season in Europe

For its first ever summer season in Europe, the Disney Dream will sail a variety of 4- to 11-night voyages, from Barcelona and Rome to 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 destinations in Spain, France, the British Isles, Norway and Iceland. New ports of call include La Rochelle, France and two new ports in Norway: Skjolden and Sandnes.

Disney Wonder in Alaska

Disney Wonder will sail from Vancouver to Alaska on five-, seven- and nine-night sailings. Beginning in May, guests will explore ports like Ketchikan and Skagway, plus three Alaskan itineraries will call at Icy Strait Point, home to a coastal rainforest and where guests can zipline above the treetops.

The Bahamas and the Caribbean

Three Disney Cruise Line ships will sail to The Bahamas and the Caribbean from Florida in summer 2023. For its first full summer of sailing, the Disney Wish will homeport in Port Canaveral for a series of three- and four-night Bahamas cruises to Nassau and Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island oasis. The ship 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 10 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 in Bermuda.

Meanwhile, the Disney Magic will make its summer home in Miami. Starting May 27, the Disney Magic will sail four-night Bahamas cruises and five-night western Caribbean voyages, followed by two 7-night sailings in July to the eastern and western Caribbean. Select summer voyages aboard the Disney Magic will include double days at Castaway Cay.


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