Disney Cruise Line has announced their itineraries for January – May of 2018, including a stop at a new port.
New for 2018 will be a port day at Bonaire, a Dutch Caribbean island just north of the South American coast. Bonaire is known for its beautiful blue waters, reef-lined coast, arid climate, and sunny skies. It is an ideal location for a variety of water sports.
Some of the highlights with this announcement include:
The Disney Wonder will sail three seven-night cruises out of San Juan to the Southern Caribbean; all include a stop at Bonaire. These cruises will take place January 14, 21, and 28 and will feature four ports and two days at sea. The ports visited will include some combination of Curacao, Aruba, St. Lucia, Martinique, Antigua, and St. Kitts.
The Disney Wonder will sail seven Baja and Mexican Riviera cruises out of San Diego in April and May. There will be a mixture of two-, three-, and five-night sailings. All five-night sailings will stop in Cabo San Lucas and Ensenada, Mexico; two- and three-night sailings will dock in Ensenada.
The popular Caribbean and Bahamas sailings out of Port Canaveral will continue to be offered. The Disney Fantasy will sail seven-night Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries. The Disney Dream will take three- and four-night itineraries to Nassau and Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay. From February 8-April 8, the Disney Wonder will also be in port and will rotate between all of these itineraries, offering even more passengers the chance to experience a Disney cruise.
The Disney Magic will begin the year based out of Miami, sailing five-night Western Caribbean cruises, as well as four- and five-night cruises to the Bahamas. Castaway Cay will be a destination on each of these itineraries. Nassau and Key West will be featured on the Bahamas sailings; Grand Cayman and Cozumel will be included in the Western Caribbean sailings.
News source/photo credit: Disney Parks Blog