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Fall 2019 Disney Cruise Line Itineraries

Disney Cruise Line has released itineraries for fall 2019! Schedules are out through December 2019.  Early 2020 schedules will be released later in 2018.

On Monday, May 21 new itineraries open to Platinum Castaway Club members.  On Tuesday, May 22 they open to Gold members, then May 23 for Silver Castaway Club and Disney Vacation Club members.  On Thursday, May 24 the new itineraries open to everyone.

Booking early gives you the best stateroom availability and locks in your cruise price.  This can be especially helpful if you need or want connecting staterooms.  We offer onboard credit for most Disney Cruise vacations.  Request your no-obligation cruise quote today!

The Dream will sail 3-Night and 4-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 Fantasy continues to sail alternating 7-Night Western Caribbean and 7-Night Eastern Caribbean cruises from Port Canaveral, Florida.  All Fantasy cruises include a stop in Castaway Cay. These cruises balance days at sea with ports of call to offer you the best of action and relaxation.

The Magic returns to to the US from its summer in Europe with a Westbound Transatlantic.  Once in New York, the Magic will return to Bermuda, sail one Canada and New England coast cruise, in addition to 7-Night Bahamian cruises with a stop in Walt Disney World via Port Canaveral.

The Magic will relocate to San Juan, then immediately relocate to Miami.  In Miami the Magic will finish out 2019 with varying length Bahamian and Caribbean cruises.

The Wonder ends its Alaska season with a relocation cruise from Vancouver to San Diego.  The Wonder will spend a few weeks sailing Baja and Mexican Riviera cruises before its Eastbound Panama Canal cruise ending in Galveston.

From Galveston the Wonder will conclude 2019 with Caribbean and Bahamian cruises.

These new itineraries offer lots of exciting vacation opportunities!  Where will you sail next?

Early 2019 Disney Cruise Line Itineraries

Disney Cruise Line has released itineraries for early 2019! Schedules are out through April-early May 2019.  Summer 2019 schedules will be released in 2018.

The new itineraries open for booking by Platinum Castaway Club members on October 30, 2017.  On October 31, they open to Gold members, then November 1 for Silver Castaway Club.  On Thursday, November 2 the new itineraries open to the public.

Booking early gives you the best stateroom availability and locks in your cruise price.  This can be especially helpful if you need or want connecting staterooms.  We offer onboard credit for most Disney Cruise vacations.  Request your no-obligation cruise quote today!

disney dream pool

The Dream will sail 3-Night and 4-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 Fantasy continues to sail alternating 7-Night Western Caribbean and 7-Night Eastern Caribbean cruises from Port Canaveral, Florida.  All of these Fantasy cruises include a stop in Castaway Cay. These cruises balance days at sea with ports of call to offer you the best of action and relaxation.

The Magic spends the winter and spring sailing Bahamian and Caribbean cruises out of Miami.  These are nice options if you’ve done Bahamians on the Dream and want something a little different, but still need a short cruise.

The Wonder ends its Galveston season with a relocation cruise from to San Juan on January 9, 2019.  The Wonder spends a few weeks in San Juan sailing 3 Southern Caribbean cruises, all with unique itineraries.

The Wonder then relocates from San Juan to Port Canaveral on February 3, 2019.  The Wonder sails a few short Bahamian cruises out of Port Canaveral before taking an early Westbound Panama Canal relocation cruise to San Diego.

While in San Diego, the Wonder sails a variety of short Baja and longer Mexican Riviera cruises March to early May.

I’m excited to try a Southern Caribbean cruise!  What news in this release has you excited?

La Cava del Tequilla

We talked about it back in June, and now it’s time for an update.

The new tequila bar at the Mexico pavilion in EPCOT will be named La Cava del Tequila.  The plans are to get it open in time for this year’s Food and Wine Festival, as follows:

Mexico Tequila Tastings
Come taste authentic Mexican tequila and learn about the history and
traditions around its production from a true Tequila Master. This new
location offers appetizer samplings of ceviche and tostada as guests
embark on their tequila flight.

La Cava del Tequila, Mexico Pavilion 

Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 3:00 p.m. 

Price: $35.00 per person, plus tax. Gratuity included. Theme park admission is required.

Tequilla

Finally, after over two years in the rumor mill, the Mexico Pavilion in EPCOT is getting a Tequilla Bar.

The area formerly known as Case Mexicana is now the Jewelry Shop, and what used to be the Jewelry Shop is now under construction.  The Kid Cot space that used to be in Case Mexicana is currently in the lobby of the Mexico Pavilion.