Disney Cruise Line announced today the remainder of their 2015 itineraries. The new itineraries include some stops in places where Disney Cruise Line hasn’t been in a few years, including Bahamian Cruises from Galveston, one way cruises to Hawaii and shorter Mexican cruises from San Deigo.
These cruises will be available starting on May 21, 2014. In order to book a Disney Cruise, Disney requires a deposit of about 20% of the grand total (20% of the cruise fare, but not the taxes), with the balance due 75 days before travel (90 days for any cruises that sail out of Vancouver, British Columbia).
The following cruises are all on the Disney Wonder.
Disney Cruise Line will explore the Hawaiian Islands with two special 10-night cruises in September. The Disney Wonder will sail through the breathtaking beauty of the Hawaiian Islands, where guests can experience the famous beaches of Waikiki on Oahu, see the views from high atop the summit of Haleakala Crater on Maui, take in the lush tropical gardens and waterfalls of Kauai and, on Hawaii Island — the Big Island, explore the natural wonders of the world’s most active volcano.
10-night Hawaii with two days in Honolulu – Vancouver to Honolulu
Ports: Vancouver; Hilo (Hawaii Island); Nawiliwili (Kauai); Kahului (Maui) and Honolulu (Oahu)
Departure date: September 7, 2015
10-night Hawaii with two days in Kahului – Honolulu to Vancouver
Ports: Honolulu (Oahu); Kahului (Maui); Hilo (Hawaii Island); Nawiliwili (Kauai) and Vancouver
Departure date: September 17, 2015
Rates start at $1,650 per person for 10-night Hawaii cruises for a standard inside stateroom, based on double occupancy.
Galveston to the Bahamas
Starting in November, Disney Cruise Line will return to Galveston for the holiday season, offering a seven-night itinerary aboard the Disney Wonder to Key West; Nassau, Bahamas and Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay.
Departure date: November 12, 20, 27, December 4, 11 and 28, 2015
One seven-night western Caribbean cruise on November 6, 2015 will visit Cozumel, Mexico; Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands and Falmouth, Jamaica.
Two additional cruises are included in the Galveston season: a six-night sailing departing on December 18, 2015 that stops at Key West and Castaway Cay and a four-night Christmas sailing that departs on December 24, 2015 and stops at Cozumel.
Rates start at $948 per person for four-night cruises, $1,116 per person for six-night cruises and $945 per person for seven-night cruises departing from Galveston for a standard inside stateroom, based on double occupancy.
San Diego to Baja
Disney Cruise Line will return to the West Coast for a limited time, offering six cruises from San Diego aboard the Disney Wonder. The five-night Baja sailings depart October 4, 11 and 18, 2015, stopping at Cabo San Lucas and Ensenada, Mexico. A three-night cruise on October 1, 2015 stops at Ensenada. Two-night Weekend Getaway voyages depart October 9 and 16, 2015, giving guests the perfect weekend retreat aboard their Disney ship.
Rates start at $404 per person for two-night cruises, $435 per person for three-night cruises and $625 per person for five-night cruises departing from San Diego for a standard inside stateroom, based on double occupancy.
Port Canaveral and Miami to the Bahamas and Caribbean
In 2015, Disney Cruise Line will sail from Port Canaveral and Miami to the Bahamas and Caribbean on a variety of itineraries. All of these cruises include a stop at Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay. These cruises will be on the Disney Fantasy, Disney Dream and Disney Magic.
From Port Canaveral, rates start at $480 per person for three-night cruises, $640 per person for four-night cruises, $1,465 per person for five-night cruises and $1,150 per person for seven-night cruises for a standard inside stateroom, based on double occupancy.
From Miami, rates start at $480 per person for four-night cruises and $600 per person for five-night cruises for a standard inside stateroom, based on double occupancy.
All pricing reflects a category 11C standard inside stateroom. Government taxes and fees, gratuities and Port Adventures are not included.
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