Disney Cruise Line Details Early 2024 Itineraries

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On December 15, Disney Cruise Line will open some of its new 2024 itineraries to the public, offering guests diverse itineraries that depart from its two Florida homeports and other ports, including Galveston, Texas, and New Orleans, Louisiana, onboard Disney Magic.

These sailings will feature the 129,690 gross ton Disney Dream’s first full season from Fort Lauderdale and additional voyages that visit the Bahamas, the Caribbean, and Mexico’s Baja Peninsula.

The Line’s 2024 Cruise Season Highlights

Disney Cruise Line’s 2024 season will offer guests opportunities to travel onboard several of the line’s family-friendly ships that visit tropical destinations and Disney’s award-winning island, Castaway Cay.

Beginning December 15, guests will have the ability to book some of the line’s exciting 2024 itineraries that feature the new Disney Wish offering a load of firsts for the cruise line, including Disney, Marvel, Pixar, and Star Wars stories throughout the ship.

Platinum Castaway Club and Golden Oak Club Members will have priority access to book these itineraries days beforehand, on December 12, 2022, giving loyal guests the opportunity to select from the newly released sailings with ease.

Disney Wish Funnel
Photo Credit: MartinLueke / Shutterstock

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The cruise line will travel to the Bahamas, Caribbean, and Mexico, marking its first full season of sailings from Port Everglades in Florida, and offer additional voyages that embark from Texas, Louisiana, California, and its other Florida homeport, Port Canaveral.

As Disney Cruise Line returns to the tropics once again, the itinerary offerings for 2024 will be different than past seasons as New Orleans welcomes back Disney Magic for a second consecutive year in February 2024 and Disney Dream completes its first full season of departures from Port Everglades.

The line’s 2024 sailings will additionally feature every Florida departure to stop in Castaway Cay, located in the Bahamas, for guests to experience the 1,000-acre island’s beauty and its range of off-ship relaxation opportunities.

Booking Options that Begin Sailing Early 2024

The 5,555-guest Disney Wish will kick off the 2024 tropical cruise season from Port Canaveral with three- and four-night itineraries that visit Nassau, Bahamas, and Castaway Cay, offering guests its vast amenities such as the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique onboard with first-time Captain Minnie, Captain Mickey, and Ariel makeover choices.

Disney Wish in Port Canaveral
Photo Courtesy: Port Canaveral

Continuing its seven-night sailings from Port Canaveral, the 130,000 gross-ton Disney Fantasy will stop in Castaway Cay, cruising the Caribbean with eastern and western itineraries that visit Tortola and St. Thomas, and the ports of Cozumel, Grand Cayman, and Falmouth, respectively.

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Offering two unique sailings from Galveston, Disney Magic will begin its 2024 cruises in early January to the Caribbean on four- to six-night itineraries through the end of the month, and she will return to New Orleans for a second consecutive year in February 2024 with four-, five- and seven-night Caribbean cruises.

The 83,000 gross-ton Disney Wonder will return from its inaugural season in Australia and New Zealand, embarking from San Diego, California, beginning in March 2024 for three- to seven-night cruises to Mexico, providing guests opportunities to explore Cabo San Lucas, Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan, and Ensenada.

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