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Disney Fantasy Leaves Germany Headed for New York City

18 February 2012 One Comment

Onlookers Gather as the Disney Fantasy is Pulled Backwards by Tug Down the River Ems

Disney’s latest cruise ship, the Disney Fantasy, is headed for its home port of Canaveral, Florida, but not before stopping in New York City for its christening ceremony.

The ship left Germany on February 16, and is scheduled to arrive in New York City on March 1, and after being christened, will head down the East Coast and arrive in Port Canaveral on March 6.  The Fantasy will join its sister ship, the Disney Dream, in voyages to the Caribbean.

Below, check out a video by the Fantasy’s Cruise Directors, Brent and Ray, who plan to document the ship’s voyage from Germany to Port Canaveral.

2012 promises to be a big year for Disney Cruise Lines.  As the two newest ships in the fleet continue to sail voyages from the company’s home port in Central Florida, the Disney Wonder, which has been positioned in Los Angeles, will make its way back to Alaska for the summer, before returning to Florida waters (and the port of Miami) for Caribbean cruises this coming winter.  Meanwhile, Disney’s original ship, the Disney Magic, will call New York its home port this summer before heading to the Port of Galveston in Texas this fall.

Which itinerary or port do you want to check out?  Let us know in comments below!

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  • Brooke Fehr (author) said:

    We’d certainly love to hear all about it! Drop us a line to our contact page. Maybe we can arrange something. Thanks so much for reaching out to DisZine!

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