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They’re here! Today, Disney Cruise Line announced the release of the summer
of 2017 itineraries!
Gold and Platinum Castaway Club members (those who have sailed more than
five times on Disney) can book tomorrow, April 13. Everyone else can book
Thursday, April 14th.
Disney Cruise Line has changed things up a little with all four ships
offering a little something new!
May 13th, the Disney Magic will sail from San Juan back to Port Canaveral,
followed by a 15 night Transatlantic sailing to begin a wonderful summer in
Europe. The Transatlantic sailing will stop in Portland, England
(Stonehenge) and Amsterdam. Summer itineraries will include a return to the
British Isles, Norwegian Fjords, Northern Europe and the Mediterranean.
There is a 10 night Northern European sailing on June 18th, and an 11 night
Norwegian Fjords and Iceland sailing on June 28th. Mediterranean sailings
will range from 5-10 nights.
On April 23, 2017, the Disney Wonder will sail through the Panama Canal
towards a summer in Alaska. There will be three Baja sailings, followed by
new Alaska itineraries. These Alaska itineraries are 5, 7 and 9 nights
sailing stopping in Juneau, Ketchikan and Skagway, with some sailings
getting a peek at Hubbard Glacier and a stop at Icy Strait Point (both new port for 2017)!
The Disney Fantasy will be sail to the Southern Caribbean for a 10 night
sailing on June 28th, with an 11 night sailing on June 17th with stops in
Aruba, Curacao, St. Kitts, Tortola, and Castaway Cay. The Disney Fantasy
will also be sailing Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries visiting
Castaway Cay, St. Thomas, Tortola, Grand Cayman, Cozumel and Falmouth.
The Disney Dream will once again feature the very popular 5 night “Double
Dip” sailings where they stop at Castaway Cay twice! There will also be 3
and 4 night Bahamian sailings with stops in Castaway Cay and Nassau. Some
of the 4 night sailings also include a Double Dip!
TouringPlans is typing as quickly as we can to get these into our system so you can start tracking fares and reading up on the latest ports with insights from Erin Foster. If you enjoy our DCL coverage, you just might want to check out the Unofficial Guide to the Disney Cruise Line or subscribe to DCL here on TouringPlans.