Disney Cruise Line has announced its fall 2023 schedule, which includes voyages from Florida, California, and New York City — including a brand-new homeport for the company.
As well, Halloween on the High Seas cruises will return from mid-September through October. During these special holiday sailings, guests will enjoy themed food and beverages, celebrate the season at Mickey’s Mouse-querade party, go trick-or-treating on board, and more.
From early November through December, Disney’s ships will offer Very Merrytime Cruises for the Christmas season.
Disney Dream has new destinations on the horizon for fall 2023.
Following its first-ever European season, the vessel will set sail from New York City for the first time on four to six-night cruises to Bermuda. A special four-night cruise will visit the Canadian seaport city of Saint John.
Starting November 20, Disney Cruise Line will homeport in Port Everglades for the first time, with Disney Dream offering four and five-night western Caribbean and Bahamas voyages from the eastern Florida port. Destinations will include Grand Cayman, Cozumel, Nassau, and Disney’s private island Castaway Cay.
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Starting in mid-October 2023, Disney Magic will find a home on the west coast, setting sail on two to seven-night Baja and Mexican Riviera cruises from San Diego.
Guests will visit Santa Catalina Island, Cabo San Lucas, and Ensenada. A seven-night voyage will visit Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlán, and Cabo San Lucas.
Disney Wish and Fantasy will continue sailing from Port Canaveral to the Bahamas and Caribbean in fall 2023.
Wish will operate three and four-night Bahamas cruises, including visits to Nassau and Castaway Cay, while Fantasy will offer seven-night cruises to the eastern and western Caribbean.
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