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Summer 2018 Disney Cruise Line Itineraries Released

Disney Cruise Line has released itineraries for summer 2018! The Dream and Fantasy are released through the end of September 2018.  The Magic and Wonder have scheduled cruises through early September 2018.  On the next 2018 itinerary release we’ll see the Magic and Wonder relocate again to fall cruise home ports.

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The Dream will sail 3-Night, 4-Night, and 5-Night Bahamian cruises out of Port Canaveral, Florida.  These cruises include a stop at Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay.  These are great for first time cruisers, adding in conjunction with a Walt Disney World vacation, and for a short getaway to relax and recharge.

The 5-Night Bahamian cruises aboard the Dream are a notable summer offering.  These cruises include two stops at Castaway Cay and are popular options.

The Fantasy continues to sail alternating 7-Night Western Caribbean and 7-Night Eastern Caribbean cruises from Port Canaveral, Florida.  These cruises balance days at sea with ports of call to offer you the best of action and relaxation.

There are two unique cruises for the Fantasy in summer 2018.  There will be an 11-Night Southern Caribbean cruise out of Port Canaveral that falls over the 4th of July holiday.  After returning from this long cruise, there will be a short 3-Night Bahamian.  This short Bahamian cruise is great if you’d like to experience the Fantasy but aren’t able to take one of the longer cruises is regularly sails.

The Magic relocates to Europe for summer 2018 with an Eastbound Transatlantic cruise in mid-May.  The Magic starts off the season sailing the Mediterranean.  Most of these cruises are 7-Night cruises out of Barcelona, but there is one 10-Night and one 5-Night.  The Magic will be varying it’s itineraries with one cruise starting in Barcelona and ending in Rome.  The following cruise starts in Rome and ends in Barcelona.  Genoa will be a new port of call on those two cruises and on the 10-Night Mediterranean.

The Magic will then relocate on a 7-Night Western Europe cruise to sail out of Dover and Copenhagen on a variety of Northern Europe, Norwegian Fjords and Iceland, and British Islands cruise from late July through early September.  Cork, Ireland is a new port for the Magic on the British Isles cruise.

The Wonder preps for the summer season is Alaska by relocating from San Diego to Vancouver on a 5-Night California Coast cruise.  The Wonder primarily sails 7-Night Alaskan cruises, with a single 5-Night Alaskan and a single 9-Night Alaskan in July.

No matter what your ideas for summer vacation can be, these cruise itineraries present lots of exciting opportunities for travel!