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Disney Cruise Line Announces Sailings for Fall 2018

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12 May 2017 No Comment

New YorkDisney Cruise Line has announced its fall 2018 sailings and new ports of call have been added including Bermuda and Quebec City, Canada.

New itineraries have also been added for sailings from New York City to Walt Disney World (Port Canaveral) and Castaway Cay.

Sailings will also depart from California, Texas, and Florida for the fall of 2018.

The Disney Magic will sail from New York City to Bermuda on two five-night sailings that include two full days in Bermuda, and one six-night sailing that includes three days on the island. These sailings are scheduled for October 2018.

The Disney Magic will also sail from New York City to Quebec City, Canada in September 2018. There are two seven-night sailings that include two full days in Quebec City and stops in other Canadian ports of Saguenay and Baie-Comeau.

Also in the fall of 2018 the Magic will sail seven-night itineraries from New York city to Port Canaveral with a visit to Walt Disney World, and a stop at Castaway Cay.

The Disney Wonder will sail from San Diego, California to Baja and the Mexican Riviera including visits to Cabo San Lucas and Ensenada in September and October 2018.

In November and December of 2018 the Wonder returns to Galveston, Texas and begins sailing Caribbean and Bahamian itineraries.

The Disney Magic returns to Miami in December 2018 for sailings to the Western Caribbean and the Bahamas. The Fantasy and Dream will sail their itineraries of Caribbean and Bahamian cruises during late 2018.

Bookings for the fall 2018 sailings open May 18. For more information visit disneycruise.com.

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