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Three Disney Cruise Line Ships Sailing from Port Canaveral in Early 2014

Jonathan Frontado

by , Public Relations Director, Disney Cruise Line, Adventures by Disney and Disney Vacation Club

Starting in January, three of our ships will be sailing from Port Canaveral, Fla., giving even more of you the chance to experience two of the magical lands that set Disney apart – Walt Disney World Resort and Castaway Cay.

The Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy already call Port Canaveral home, offering 3- and 4-night cruises to the Bahamas (Disney Dream) and 7-night cruises to the Caribbean (Disney Fantasy). Beginning January 6, 2014, the Disney Magic will also sail 3- and 4-night cruises from there.


Port Canaveral is just about a one-hour drive from Walt Disney World Resort, which gives you the great option of planning the perfect Disney vacation – both on land and at sea! If you’re still looking for that holiday gift you know your family will love, check out the special price we’re offering on a 3-night Bahamian cruise and a 3-night stay in Walt Disney World Resort for early next year.

We make combining a cruise and resort stay easier for you all year-long with options including motor coach transportation between the port and resort and luggage delivery from the resort to your stateroom. Plus, we’ll even assist with booking your accommodations, theme park tickets and resort food package. Pretty convenient, right?


Another really exciting part of our sailings from Port Canaveral is that every one of them includes a stop at our private island, Castaway Cay. I’ve traveled around the world to many beautiful places, and Castaway Cay still remains at the top of my list of must-visit destinations! For that reason, I’m putting together a list of insider tips about the island, which I’ll share with you later this week. Stay tuned!


  • Hi Jonathan,

    I think this is fabulous news! Our next cruise (number nine) is on the Disney Magic this July sailing out of Venice but I plan to re-book while on-board either for a Panama Canal cruise or one out of Alaska.

    I would love to see Disney have a Hawaiian itinerary circumventing Hawaii with a land stay at Aulani. Now that would be paradise in the Pacific!

    Keep these exciting posts coming!

  • This is wonderful news for Floridians! Such sad news for Texans. No more Disney out of Galveston. Boo, hoo! Seriously the most wonderful vacation our family has ever taken!

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