Thursday, October 26, 2017

Disney Cruise Line Shares Itineraries for Early 2019 Sailings! - Including One Expanded Season

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by: guide4wdw - Collin

As of today, October 26th, Disney has just announced early 2019 sailings for the Disney Cruise Line. In 2019, Disney cruises will set sail for many familiar destinations in the Bahamas and Caribbean out of Florida ports, but also sail out of San Diego to the Baja and Mexican Riviera on an expanded two month season that is the first of it's kind. 

In addition, a select few cruises to the Southern Caribbean will leave from San Juan, Puerto Rico, also in early 2019.  


From January to May each Disney cruise leaving Florida will offer up the incredible experience to journey out to Disney's private island, Castaway Cay. As many of you know, the island is a small portion of the Bahamas that features the iconic crystal clear blue water, and an exclusive environment that only Disney could develop. While I have not been on a Disney Cruise, I have heard incredible stories from guests returning home from their vacations. Castaway Cay is always a highlight of their trips. Many even mention that they wish Disney would place a resort on the Island. While the logistics of that may not be possible, it's great to see the location leaves such an impact on guests of all ages. 

Bookings for each of these cruises open in the following format (typical of Disney Cruise Line bookings):

  • Platinum Castaway Club members: October 30th, 2017
  • Gold Castaway Club members: October 31st, 2017
  • Silver Castaway Club members: November 1st, 2017
  • All other guests: November 2nd, 2017
I know this extended booking window seems a bit extreme to some but it can be the only way to guarantee a spot on some of the more limited destinations and times available for travel. 

Again, I have never really embarked on the journey of a Disney Cruise, but thought many of you would be interested in looking into one of these newly released itineraries. All of them look wonderful and to be quite honest with you there's nothing I (and many others who experience cold winters) would rather do than travel south in the coldest months of winter.   

For more details and the ships associated with each journey I suggest heading over to the Disney Parks Blog

If you would like help planning a Disney cruise (which is a surprisingly different booking experience than securing reservation for Walt Disney World) feel free to contact Destinations to Travel using our no obligation quote request form down below. It is not our travel agency but it does help us out if you book through them. Thanks. 




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