Finally, after waiting weeks past the expected announcement date, the fall 2020 Disney Cruise Line itineraries have been announced!
The Disney Magic will finish her spectacular summer in Europe, departing Dover, England on a leisurely 10-night Western transatlantic sailing on October 2, arriving in New York. She’ll spend the next few weeks calling NYC home, while sailing a mix of 5-night Bermuda and one 5-night Canadian cruise. On November 1 she will leave New York to reposition to San Juan, and then will reposition again from San Juan to Miami on November 7. After that, with nothing else scheduled for now, we assume she will be in dry dock.
After another exciting Alaskan summer, the Wonder will enjoy the sunshine of the Baja coast. She’ll reposition from Vancouver to San Diego on September 14, and will continue 2-, 3-, 4-, and 5- night Baja sailings. The fan favorite 14-night Panama Canal eastbound will depart San Diego on November 6, and will finish in Galveston. From there, she will embark on 4- and 5-night Caribbean and 6- and 7-night Bahamian sailings.
The Disney Dream stays faithful to her Bahamian sailings. Beginning on November 13, after a possible dry dock, she’ll continue to visit Nassau and Castaway Cay on alternating 3- and 4-night sailings out of Port Canaveral.
The Disney Fantasy will continue to sail out of Port Canaveral for the fall. And a fantastic fall it will be, as there will be some 6-night and 8-night Caribbean and 3-night Bahamian sailings joining the usual 7-night Caribbean lineup!
Booking opens on Monday, June 10, for Platinum Castaway Club Members (guests who have sailed with Disney more than 10 times) and Golden Oak residents. Gold Castaway Club Members (guests who have sailed more than 5 times) can book on Tuesday, June 11. Silver Castaway Club members (guests who have sailed with Disney Cruise Line at least once), Adventures by Disney insiders, and Disney Vacation Club members can book on Wednesday, June 12. Everyone else can book on Thursday, June 13! You will be able to book online, over the phone, or with your travel agent. It’s important to note that if you currently have a placeholder that you would like to use on one of these sailings, this can only be done over the phone or with your travel agent.
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