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Fall 2018 Disney Cruise Line Itineraries

Disney Cruise Line has released itineraries for fall 2018! Schedules are out through December 2018.  Early 2019 schedules will be released later in 2017.

This is the first time the new Castaway Club staggered booking has been used.  On Monday, May 15 new itineraries open to Platinum Castaway Club members.  On Tuesday, May 16 they open to Gold members, then May 17 for Silver Castaway Club.  On Thursday, May 18 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!

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.

There are two special cruises on November 19 and December 31, 2018 that feature a second day at Castaway Cay in place of Nassau.  These are sure to be popular!

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 returns to the US with a Westbound Transatlantic cruise on September 9, 2018. Once the Magic is relocated to New York, she will sail two new one way 7-Night Canadian cruises between New York and Quebec City.  These exciting new itineraries feature 3 new Canadian ports of call, with a 2 day stay in Quebec City.

Throughout October the Magic will be sailing to another new port of call, Bermuda!  These 5-Night and 6-Night Bermuda cruises highlight one port of call at King’s Wharf, and spend 2 or 3 days in port respectively.

Beginning in November 2018 the Magic will sail 7-Night Bahamian cruises that include a stop in Port Canaveral and Castaway Cay.  Your cruise includes a 1-Day Park Hopper ticket and roundtrip transportation between the port and Walt Disney World.

On November 24, 2018 the Magic sails one way from New York to San Juan.  Then one short cruise relocated the Magic to Miami, where she’ll finish out the year sailing short Western Caribbean and Bahamian cruises.

The Wonder ends its Alaska season with a relocation cruise from Vancouver to San Diego on September 10, 2018.  The Wonder then sails short Baja cruises to Mexico through mid-October.  On October 19, the Wonder has a 14-Night Eastbound Panama Canal to relocate to Galveston, Texas.

Once in Galveston, the Wonder sails Western Caribbean and Bahamian itineraries through the end of the year.  A 6-Night Western Caribbean cruise sneaks into January 2019, which may the last sailing out of Galveston for the season before another relocation.  These cruises are a great opportunity to save on transportation to your cruise if you live in Texas or nearby. The Wonder doesn’t say in Texas for long, so jump on these plans while you can!

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

Early 2018 Disney Cruise Itineraries Released

Disney Cruise Line has released itineraries for early 2018! The Dream and Fantasy are released through the end of May 2018.  The Magic and Wonder have scheduled cruises through early to mid May 2018.  On the next 2018 itinerary release we’ll see the Magic and Wonder relocate to their summer cruising bases.

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 continue to 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.  These cruises balance days at sea with ports of call to offer you the best of action and relaxation.

The Magic remains in Miami, Florida for early 2018 sailing 4-Night and 5-Night Bahamian cruises as well as 5-Night Western Caribbean cruises.  These cruises are a great complement the Dream’s and Fantasy’s typical itineraries, offering a few combos those sailings lack.

The Wonder beings with the year one last roundtrip out of Galveston, Texas before reloating to San Juan, Puerto Rico.  The Wonder sails on three 7-Night Southern Caribbean cruises from San Juan.  These cruises a good option if you’d like to mix up your usual Disney Cruise Line itineraries.  The Wonder has a short relocation cruise from San Juan to Port Canaveral, Florida in early February.  Once in Port Canaveral the Wonder sails 3-Night and 4-Night Bahamian cruises as well as 7-Night Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises through March.  In early April the Wonder relocated to San Diego on a 14-Night Westbound Panama  Canal cruise.  In San Diego the Wonder sails short Baja cruises through the remainder of its released itinerary through mid-May.

I see a lot of exciting itineraries ahead for 2018!  Which one will you sail?