The Disney Wonder Prepares to Sail Out of Miami
Disney Cruise Line is on the move again and will start sailing out of Port Miami for the first time EVER in December. The Disney Wonder is re positioning from the West Coast and will no longer offer Mexican Riviera cruises out of Los Angeles. The Wonder will head back to the West Coast for Alaska cruises in the summer of 2013 but during the winter months it will be in South Florida.
The Disney Dream and Fantasy will continue to sail out of Port Canaveral, and the Disney Magic is sailing out of Galveston, Texas to the Caribbean.
The Wonder will arrive in Miami on Sunday, December 23rd and will sail on an Eastern Caribbean itinerary in a 7 night sailing stopping at St. Maarten, St. Thomas, Charlotte Amalie and Disney’s private island in the Bahamas, Castaway Cay.
It will then have a 6 night Western Caribbean trip sailing on December 30th, great way to spend New Years Eve! After that it will switch gears entirely and offer 4 day itineraries with stops in Key West, Nassau and Castaway Cay as well as a 5 day itinerary to the Western Caribbean with stops in Cozumel and the Cayman Islands.
The Wonder will return to Alaska in May and then it will trade places with the Disney Magic in the winter of 2013 with the Magic sailing out of Miami and the Wonder out of Galveston.
Do any of these ships and their itineraries excite you? Do you think Disney will have trouble selling these itineraries?
I am hoping that with so many ships sailing so close together we will start seeing some more discounts!
Lesley is a travel agent with Pixie Vacations. If you are interested in booking a Disney vacation email her at Lesley@PixieVacations.com or check her out at www.destinationmagic.com . Lesley will make all of your dining reservations and give you a personalized itinerary for FREE as a part of her service to you AND offers Disney gift card incentives and on board credit booking incentives too!
- $400 Disney Gift Card Giveaway (chipandco.com)
- Castaway Cay Included On Disney Itineraries From Galveston (chriscruises.net)