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Disney Cruise Line releases remainder of 2015 schedule

by Leah Zanolla
May 20, 2014

Disney Cruise Line's (DCL) announcement of late-2015 itineraries includes a return to Hawaii with two ten-night cruises, as well as departures from San Diego and Galveston. Available for booking tomorrow, these released itineraries now fill out the entire 2015 calendar year for Disney's four ships.

In September of 2015, the Disney Wonder will depart on two one-way Hawaiian sailings. The first itinerary will leave Vancouver on September 7th for a 10-night sailing to end in Honolulu. The ship will then depart Honolulu on September 17th for a return 10-night sailing to Vancouver. These voyages will bring passengers to the famous Waikiki beaches on Oahu, the Haleakala Crater on Maui as well as Kauai and Hawaii Island (also known as the "Big Island.")

Starting in November of 2015, Disney Cruise Line will once again depart from Galveston, Texas. The Disney Wonder will set sail on seven-night Bahamian cruises visiting Key West, Nassau and Castaway Cay. There will also be one seven-night Western Caribbean cruise and two shorter sailings (one six and one four night) around the holidays.

Disney Cruise Line fans on the West Coast will be able to choose from six "limited time" cruises on the Disney Wonder. During the month of October, the Disney Wonder will offer sailings from San Diego to Baja with five and three night options. Passengers looking for shorter options can choose from an October 9th or October 16th two-night "Weekend Getaway" sailing.

Finally, Disney will continue to offer sailings from Port Canaveral and Miami, taking passengers to the Bahamas and Caribbean. Guests wishing to depart from Port Canaveral can pick from three, four, five and seven night options. Those who would rather leave from Miami will have four and five night cruises from which to choose.

All of the above dates and itineraries can be booked beginning Wednesday, May 21st.

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