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Disney Cruise Line to Sail Into Hawaii

12 April 2011 No Comment

Hot on the heels of Disney’s recent announcement regarding new Disney Cruise Line ports for 2012, the cruise line is also offering fans the chance to sail through the beautiful Hawaiian Islands!

For the very first time, Disney Cruise Line is offering an exclusive 15-night cruise itinerary departing from the Port of Los Angeles next year – April 29, 2012. The cruise will take guests through Hilo, Hawai‘i; Kahului, Maui; Honolulu, O‘ahu; Nawailiwili, Kaua‘i; and Ensenada, Mexico.

According to  Karl Holz, president of Disney Cruise Line and New Vacation Operations:

We are launching the most extensive lineup of cruise itineraries in Disney history, and I am especially excited about our first cruise to Hawai‘i. With the Disney Wonder conveniently sailing from Los Angeles, and given our plans to open Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa, Ko Olina, Hawai‘i this summer, the timing couldn’t be better for our guests to enjoy a cruise through the awe-inspiring islands of Hawai‘i.

The full itinerary is as follows:

Disney Wonder – 2012 15-night Hawaiian Itinerary:

April 29: Los Angeles, California
- May 1: At Sea
- May 2: At Sea
- May 3: At Sea
- May 4: Hilo, Hawai‘i
- May 5: Kahului, Maui
- May 6: Honolulu, O‘ahu
- May 7: Nāwailiwili, Kaua‘i
- May 8: At Sea
- May 9: At Sea
- May 10: At Sea
- May 11: At Sea
- May 12: At Sea
- May 13: Ensenada, Mexico
- May 14: Los Angeles, California

Disney Cruise Line’s first Hawaiian cruise promises to excite and delight guests of all ages. Are you excited about the new cruise?

EDITOR’S NOTE:

Sources have informed us that the Hawaiian cruise has sold out. However, reservations are still being taken as customers reserve spots but do not pay the deposit. Keep an eye out on the official Disney Cruise website for possible openings.

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