Disney Cruise Line is headed back to Hawaii. The line has announced their early 2022 itineraries, which include ten-night Hawaiian Islands cruises, as well as an assortment of voyages to the Bahamas, Caribbean, and Mexico.
Disney Wonder will head back to the 50th state in early 2022 for two special ten-night cruises: a one-way from Vancouver to Honolulu on April 26, and a return sailing to Vancouver on May 6. Port calls include Nawiliwili, Kahului, and Hilo, with plenty of days at sea to enjoy the ship.
Caribbean & Bahamas
Travelers can easily combine a stay at Disney World with a Disney cruise in early 2022 with two ships sailing from Port Canaveral — just an hour away from Orlando — and a third ship from Miami.
Every voyage from Florida early in the year will include a stop at Disney’s private Bahamian island, Castaway Cay. The line will also offer cruises from Galveston and New Orleans.
Disney Fantasy will begin 2022 with a six-night Western Caribbean cruise from Port Canaveral, followed by seven-night voyages to the Eastern and Western Caribbean.
Disney Dream, also sailing from Port Canaveral, will operate three and four-night cruises to Nassau and Castaway Cay. One special four-night cruise will include two stops at Castaway Cay, which the line calls a “double-dip” cruise. These voyages are uncommon but extremely popular, so those who want to take this double-dip voyage should book as soon as reservations become available.
Disney Magic will sail four and five-night cruises to the Bahamas, as well as five-night Western Caribbean voyages. One special three-night sailing to Castaway Cay and Key West will also be available.
Disney Wonder will set sail for the Western Caribbean early in the year, first from Galveston with four-night cruises, followed by four and six-night voyages from New Orleans. A special six-night Bahamian voyage from both Galveston and New Orleans will also be offered, including stops in Castaway Cay and Key West.
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In March and April 2022, Disney Wonder will return to San Diego to offer a cruise to the Baja Peninsula in Mexico. Most of these voyages will call on the charming city of Ensenada, known for its rugged mountains and turquoise blue water.
A two-night cruise to Ensenada will be offered, giving guests an adventurous weekend away from home. Four and five-night Baja cruises include a visit to Cabo San Lucas and Catalina Island.
Originally slated to debut in early 2022, Disney Wish‘s maiden voyage was pushed back to summer 2022 due to pandemic-related delays at the Meyer-Werft shipyard in Germany. The vessel will weigh in at around 144,000 gross tons and have 1,250 guest staterooms, making it just a bit larger than the line’s current biggest ships, Disney Dream and Fantasy.
And as the cruise industry moves towards becoming more environmentally-conscious as a whole, Disney Wish will be powered by liquefied natural gas, one of the cleanest-burning fuels available.
Bookings for early 2022 Disney Cruise Line cruises open on October 19, 2020 for Platinum Castaway Club members, October 20 for Gold members, October 21 for Silver members, and on October 22 to the general public.
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