Changes to the Disney Wonder Itinerary in 2013?

For some time now we have been hearing rumors about Jamaica and more recently about the Disney Wonder changing her itinerary in 2013.  We checked the Jamaica port calendar and found a mystery ship on the calendar every other Tuesday starting in October.

Today we found this:

When you search for a cruise in the fall 2013 from Galveston and click on the itinerary, the current itinerary is listed, but the above map shows.  I do not think this is the final itinerary, but it is interesting to say the least.

What we believe is going to happen is that the September 28, 2013 sailing of the Disney Wonder will switch itineraries to the one listed above with stops at Falmouth, Jamaica, Grand Cayman and Cozumel.  The following week, October 5, 2013, she will have an itinerary which does not include Jamaica.  As of now there is no clear picture on what changes if any will occur to the alternating weeks.

For those of you looking for information on 2014 bookings, my best guess is that they will not be available until after Disney Cruise Line takes care of the changes to 2013.

So what do you think about Jamaica as a port of call for the Disney Wonder?  Will this help you decide on a sailing out of Galveston or have no impact?

3 thoughts on “Changes to the Disney Wonder Itinerary in 2013?

  1. Steven Long

    Any port different from the normal DCL ports would be a welcome change. That being said, I have not heard much (if anything) about that specific port. From my recollection, in Jamaica, you do not necessarily want to wonder out on your own. If that’s not correct for this port – please let me know!

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    1. travelonadream

      Falmouth has been revitalized by Royal Caribbean recently and there is quite a bit to do there now. You can certainly take excursions to other parts of the island as well. Disney would not be going there if it wasn’t safe.

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      1. Steven Long

        Yes, I realize DCL would not go somewhere not safe … what I meant was … I read about a little but of touristy activities in Falmouth (not much else) … the construction of what sounds like a version of Nassau’s straw market, and one of the beaches about a 30 minute taxi cab ride away. I’d hate to take a 1 hour round trip taxi ride if we are in port for much less than 7 or 8 hours. Of course, I would expect DCL to arrange bus service … just like they do for Meghans’s Bay in St. Thomas.

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