Disney Cruise Line has finally announced the rest of the 2014 cruise itineraries. The first half of the year were released in early December and can be found here. This actually wasn’t that long of a wait when we look back at some recent years, but it seems like forever when you are looking for a specific itinerary or date. We will look at what’s happening ship by ship. But first, bookings for these itineraries will open on February 14, 2014 (opening February 13 for Platinum and Gold Castaway Club members).
As was predicted, the Disney Magic will be returning to the Mediterranean to embark on exciting sailings in the summer of 2014. Select sailings will call Venice, Italy, as her home port. All Venice sailings will overnight in the city so you can experience the nightlife here. Disney Magic will visit several ports of call (some for the first time), including Katakolon, Rhodes, Heraklion (Crete), Santorini and Corfu, Greece and Catania, Sicily.
On June 26 and July 5 there will be new 9-night Mediterranean Greek Isles sailings departing from Venice with visits to Katakolon, Pireaus, Kusadasi, Rhodes, Mykonos and then overnighting in Venice.
She will conclude her season in Europe with another Transatlantic sailing returning to San Juan, Puerto Rico. Here Disney Magic will embark on four 7-night Southern Caribbean sailings with stops in Antigua, St. Lucia, Grenada, Barbados and St. Kitts. These sailing will be September 20, 27, October 4 and October 11.
Next she will go back to Miami and continue with alternating 4, 5 and 5 night sailings to the Bahamas and Western Caribbean. This is the same itineraries the Disney Wonder will be sailing in early 2014.
Yes, the Disney Wonder is going back to Alaska! But before she gets there, she will be making a journey through the Panama Canal.
The first sailing out of Vancouver will be special as the Wonder will visit Sitka, Alaska for the very first time on a 9-night sailing. Following the 9-night sailing, she will continue through the summer with 7-night Alaskan itineraries, with ports of call in Skagway, Juneau and Ketchikan and a visit to Tracy Arm fjord.
The 9-night sailing will be on May 24, while the remaining of the sailings will depart on Mondays with the final Alaska sailing on September 1.
Following the Alaskan season, Disney Wonder will go back to the Caribbean and Port Canaveral!
Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream
The Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream will continue it’s schedule of Bahamas and Caribbean sailings out of Port Canaveral in the fall of 2014.