Disney Cruise Lines has announced some awesome new itineraries for the 2012 season.  Families can now take in the sights at exciting new ports-of-call on cruises departing from New York City, Seattle, Galveston, Texas and Los Angeles.

It’s not all about Florida and the Caribbean anymore.  Disney’s heading to Hawaii – and your family can go with them!

Departing from Los Angeles, California, and cruising for 15 nights, you can bask in the aloha glow onboard Disney Wonder while visiting

  • Hilo, Hawai’i
  • Kahului, Maui
  • Honolulu, O’ahu
  • Nawiiwili, Kauai
  • Ensenada, Mexico

If glaciers and wildlife are more your speed, you may prefer one of Disney’s four 7-night Alaska cruise itineraries, also on board Disney Wonder, departs from Seattle and Washington with stops at

  • Tracy Arm
  • Skagway
  • Juneau
  • Ketchikan
  • Victoria, British Columbia

Departing Galveston, Texas, your family can enjoy a 7-night experience onboard Disney Magic in the Western Caribbean, while traveling to:

  • Grand Cayman
  • Costa Maya, Mexico
  • Cozumel, Mexico

And enjoy 3 magical days at sea.

New York City is a convenient departure point for many families and as a result; cruisers can take their pick from a selection on board Disney Magic that includes:

  • 8-Night Bahamian
  • 5-Night Canada/New England Coast
  • 2-Day Weekend Getaways

On the Bahamian Cruise you’ll enjoy stops in

  • Port Canaveral, Florida
  • Nassau
  • Disney’s Castaway Cay

And 4 days basking in the sun while at sea

On the Canada/New England Coast Cruise families enjoy 2 days at sea and stops in

  • Halifax, Nova Scotia
  • Saint John, New Brunswick

For families that are more interested in relaxing than sightseeing, Disney offers 2-Day Weekend Getaways at sea, filled with the magic that only a Disney Cruise can provide.

All of these fantastic new itineraries become available at 8:00 a.m. EDT on April 8th, 2011.  Hey, that’s tomorrow morning!   – Jen R, Staff Writer


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