Disney Cruise Line has announced the inaugural dates and select voyages for its brand-new island destination in the Bahamas, Lighthouse Point, along with its summer 2024 cruising schedule.
Bookings will open to the public on March 30, 2023.
In June 2024, Disney Cruise Line will debut its newest destination Lighthouse Point, located on the Bahamian island of Eleuthera.
A seven-night inaugural Lighthouse Point sailing aboard Disney Fantasy from Port Canaveral on June 8th will allow guests to be among the first to enjoy the new destination. The itinerary will include two stops at Lighthouse Point plus a day at Disney’s other private destination Castaway Cay.
On June 6th, a three-night preview cruise on Disney Magic from Fort Lauderdale will offer a sneak peek at Lighthouse Point with limited access to some areas.
Following the inaugural voyage, Lighthouse Point will be a featured port of call on select three, four, and five-night Bahamas and Caribbean sailings on Disney Magic out of Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale. These itineraries will vary stops between Lighthouse Point and Castaway Cay, with five special departures including both destinations.
In summer 2024, Disney Dream will return to Europe to visit destinations in the Mediterranean, Greek Isles, British Isles, Iceland, and Norway.
These voyages will include a number of new ports for Disney such as Valencia, Spain; Haugesund, Norway; and Hamburg, Germany. The ship will also visit three Mediterranean destinations for the first time since 2014: Catania, Italy; Kusadasi, Turkey; and Valletta, Malta.
Mediterranean and Greek Isles cruises from Barcelona and Civitavecchia (Rome) will range from five to 11 nights, while northern Europe and British Isles cruises will be from three to 12 nights.
Cruises to Alaska from Vancouver, Canada will return on Disney Wonder from May through September 2024 as the ship offers five to nine-night cruises. Port calls will include Juneau, Skagway, and Ketchikan, along with scenic cruising along the Stikine Icecap.
Bahamas & Caribbean
Disney Fantasy and Disney Wish will spend next summer sailing throughout the Bahamas and Caribbean, with every voyage including a stop to Disney’s private island Castaway Cay.
Disney Wish will offer three and four-night Bahamas cruises, while Disney Fantasy will operate seven-night eastern and western Caribbean itineraries.
One five-night Disney Fantasy voyage in July will visit Nassau and include two stops to Castaway Cay, while a special 10-night southern Caribbean sailing will include Lighthouse Point as well as Castaway Cay, Antigua, St. Lucia, Dominica, and Tortola.