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Disney announce their 2017 cruising schedule with new destinations in the US and Canada

Disney have just announced details of their Fall 2017 schedule, news that will surely delight those just dying to hop on board with Mickey and co and cruise the high seas. The line up that includes popular ports like Cabo San Lucas, as well as new destinations in the north-eastern United States and Canada.

Disney announce their fall cruise schedule
Disney announce their fall cruise schedule Image by Disney Cruise Line

“Today we announced that in the fall of 2017, Disney cruisers will once again be able to sail from New York, California and Texas,” said the announcement on Disney’s website. “These special seasons—homeporting from New York CitySan Diego and Galveston—are in addition to cruises from Florida (Port Canaveral and Miami).” The Disney Magic will be setting sail from New York City and sailing up the coast of Canada with Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, as a new port, and the week-long journey will be their “longest-ever voyage to the Atlantic Canada coast.” Bar Harbor, Maine, is another new port of call and will be part of a five-night sailing that also goes to Canada.

The seven- and eight-night Bahamas sailing out of New York will include stops in Castaway Cay and Port Canaveral, Florida, where each guest can go to Walt Disney World Resort with round-trip transportation. Customers can sail from Southern California along the Mexican west coast, and Disney Wonder will be sailing out of Texas on seven night tours of the Caribbean, with stops in Florida. Disney also operate cruises in Northern Europe, the Mediterranean and British Isles.