Disney Magic to Experience a ‘Magical’ Transition

By: Sarah Phillips There’s magic in the air with Disney Cruise Lines. Or sea in this case, as Disney announces new experiences and spaces for its very first cruise ship, the Disney Magic. After a dry dock from September 7 – October 10, 2013 in Cadiz, Spain, the Disney Magic will feature new experiences and […]

Video: Disney Cruise Line in Alaska – Tracy Arm Fjord

Beginning in May, the Disney Wonder will return to Alaska for another summer season exploring the arctic allure and outdoor adventure of America’s 49th state. Experience some of Disney Cruise Line in Alaska through this video! Source: Disney Subscribe to our Cruise Updates. Related articles Disney Highlights Excursions for 2013 Mediterranean Sailings How to Choose […]

Disney Wonder Celebrates Inaugural Miami Call

Disney Cruise Line hosted local port officials and community leaders onboard the 2,700 passenger Disney Wonder for a plaque exchange ceremony on Friday, a maritime tradition between the shipboard staff and port executives. “We are excited to be in Miami for our inaugural season, sailing from southern Florida for the first time. Miami is an […]

Disney Magic Arrives in Galveston

Disney Cruise Line’s 2,400-guest Disney Magic arrived in Galveston, Texas this morning for its first cruise of many. To salute its arrival to the Lone Star State, the Disney Magic donned a Texas-sized cowboy hat on the ship’s funnel as crew members and Disney characters waved from the upper decks of the ship. Throughout 2012-13, […]

Disney Cruise Line Announces 2013 Schedule from Galveston, Texas

Disney Cruise Lines announced their 2013 itineraries out of Galveston, Texas this week.  The 2,400–guest Disney Wonder will operate four, six and eight-night sailings to the Western Caribbean and Florida/Bahamas. The eight-night Florida/Bahamas sailing will include a day in Port Canaveral with guests can enjoy the Walt Disney World Resort, with round-trip transportation to the […]

Storm Ernesto in Caribbean Detours Cruise Ships

(Updated 11:00 pm EST) Two cruise lines that had Western Caribbean itineraries this week have changed their plans because of now Hurricane Ernesto. Carnival Cruise Lines’ Carnival Triumph out of Galveston reversed ports Cozumel and Progresso, while Disney Cruise Line swapped itineraries completely. Carnival Imagination will now overnight in Nassau, Bahamas instead of going to […]

Orlando breaks tourism record for 2011

Last year, Orlando welcomed a record-breaking 51.4-million visitors in 2010, making them first destination to top 50 million. This week, Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs announced that Orlando welcomed 55.1 million visitors in 2011. Orlando is the first destination in the country to welcome more than 55 million visitors and remains the most visited destination in […]

Disney Wonder to offer Pixar cruises this fall

A new cast of characters will stroll the decks and visit with guests aboard the Disney Wonder as Mr. Incredible, Remy, Woody, Jessie, Buzz Lightyear and other memorable characters from Pixar Animation Studios’ award-winning films make their shipboard debut during four special Pixar-inspired seven-night California Coastal cruises Sept. 16 through Oct. 14, 2012. During these […]

Disney Wonder cruise ship arrives Seattle for Alaska season

Today, the Disney Wonder arrived in Seattle, Wash. for the first time, sailing into port past the Seattle city skyline and the Space Needle. Beginning today, Disney Cruise Line will sail a total of 14 seven-night Alaskan cruises from the Port of Seattle to Tracy Arm, Skagway, Juneau and Ketchikan, Alaska; and Victoria, British Columbia. […]

Disney Cruise Line greets New York in a big way

This morning, Disney Cruise Line’s flagship vessel, the Disney Magic (photo right), arrived in New York Harbor donning the world’s largest bumper sticker. Usually found on the back of family minivans, the 50-foot-long by 11-foot-wide super-sized sticker is larger than a city bus. The ship will depart this afternoon, marking the beginning of Disney’s first-ever […]