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Disney Cruise Line Releases Details on Caribbean Sailings for First Full Season in 2024

Disney Cruise Line (DCL) is offering escapes from the harsh winter months in 2024 with its newly announced sailings to the Bahamas, Caribbean and Mexico. From South Florida, the Disney Dream will sail in early 2024 on an assortment of cruises to the Bahamas and western Caribbean. Guests can choose from three- and four-night getaways to the Bahamas and five-night cruises to the western Caribbean, all of which will feature classic DCL experiences such as Broadway-style shows, rotational dining, character encounters and fireworks at sea.

All sailings from Florida will include a stop at Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island oasis reserved exclusively for its guests. The destination, which is located in the Bahamas, offers adventure, relaxation and quality time with the family.

From Central Florida, Disney Wish will kick off 2024 with three- and four-night voyages to Nassau, Bahamas, and Castaway Cay departing from Port Canaveral, Fla., just one hour from Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando. Cruises aboard the Disney Wish combine entertainment and numerous DCL firsts. Every corner of the vessel pulls from the extensive Disney library of content across Disney, Marvel, Pixar and Star Wars brands.

Also from Port Canaveral, the Disney Fantasy will continue seven-night sailings to the white-sand beaches of the eastern and western Caribbean. DCL guests on eastern Caribbean cruises will visit stops in Tortola and St. Thomas, while western Caribbean itineraries will feature ports in Mexico, Grand Cayman and Jamaica. Every Disney Fantasy sailing also includes a stop at Castaway Cay, along with several days at sea for families to take full advantage of the ship’s amenities.

DCL also has voyages departing from Texas, Louisiana, and California for 2024. Disney Magic will use Galveston as a homeport twice in early 2024. After ringing in the New Year, the ship will embark on Caribbean sailings ranging from four to six nights through the end of January. When the ship returns for another month-long stint between March and April, it will sail on cruises ranging from four to seven nights to the western Caribbean during the popular spring break period.

New Orleans will welcome the Disney Magic back for a second consecutive year in February 2024 with four-, five- and seven-night cruises to the Caribbean. Families will have the opportunity to arrive early or extend their vacation to enjoy jazz and jambalaya in the city that inspired Walt Disney Animation Studios’ “The Princess and the Frog.”

After returning from its inaugural season in Australia and New Zealand, Disney Wonder will arrive in San Diego in March 2024 for three- to seven-night voyages to Mexico, including the Baja peninsula. Families will be able to visit some of Mexico’s most prized destinations, including Cabo San Lucas, Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan and Ensenada, along with Catalina Island off the California coast.

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