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[14 Feb 2013 | No Comment | ]
Disney Cruise Line Announces New Ports and Itineraries for 2014

Disney Cruise Line continues to expand its offering throughout Europe and the Caribbean, as they announced this week brand new cruises and ports that their line of luxury cruise ships would be visiting in 2014.
Mediterranean
The Disney Magic will return to the Mediterranean from May to August 2014. During this time, the ship will port in Barcelona, but will also sail selected cruises out of Venice as its home port. These nine-day itineraries will cover some brand new territory in the Greek Isles and Sicily for the Cruise Line, with stops …

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[25 Oct 2012 | No Comment | ]
A Very Blustery Day Caused by Hurricane Sandy Reroutes Disney Dream and Fantasy Cruises

Editor’s Note:  Guest Writer Cari Keebaugh is back this week to give us an update on how the tropics are affecting Disney Cruise Line itineraries.  Take it away, Cari!
While Hurricane Sandy isn’t expected to make landfall in Florida, she’s still causing some families to alter their vacation plans.
The Disney Fantasy and the Disney Dream, originally scheduled to make port at Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay, have both rescheduled. Instead of docking at Disney’s private island, both cruise liners will remain at sea for the day in order to avoid the …

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[11 Feb 2011 | No Comment | ]
With Dream Successfully Launched, Disney Attention Turns to Fantasy

We’ve all watched every moment, every movement, every development of Disney’s newest ship, the Dream.  But as she successfully embarks on her Caribbean itinerary, it’s time to turn our attention to her younger sister:  the Fantasy.
The Disney Fantasy is being built in Germany, by the same storied shipbuilder that produced the Dream.  And today, she’ll mark a milestone of her own, as Disney and Meyer Werft conduct the traditional keel-laying ceremony.
The Disney Fantasy will be a sister ship to the Dream, and as such, will be quite similar.  Both ships will accomadate …