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Members to Enjoy Early Booking for Disney Cruise Line Summer 2019 Sailings

Ryan March

by , Editor, Disney Vacation Club’s Disney Files Magazine

From experiencing a new attraction before it opens in a Disney Park to seeing a new Disney movie before it opens in a theater near you, getting a jump start on the fun has long been part of the “Membership Extras” that form the proverbial icing on the cake of Disney Vacation Club Membership.

Now, for the first time, those “extras” include an early-booking opportunity with Disney Cruise Line, allowing Members to secure staterooms aboard just-announced voyages to the Caribbean, Alaska, Europe and beyond beginning at 8 a.m. on March 7 – a full day before these summer 2019 itineraries become available to the general public.

Explore the summer 2019 options here – including unprecedented visits to Sweden and Denmark, special sailings between Barcelona and Rome, explorations of majestic Alaska, and sun-drenched sailings to Aruba, Barbados and The Bahamas (including, of course, Disney’s private-island paradise, Castaway Cay!) – before calling Member Services (at 1-800-800-9800 for booking using Reservation Points or a combination of Reservation Points and cash) or Disney Cruise Line (at 1-866-325-6348 for booking using cash only) on March 7 to take advantage of early booking. The general public will begin booking summer 2019 itineraries on March 8.

Wherever your early booking takes you, all of us at Disney Vacation Club wish you happy travels and remind you to not sound too smug in your social media posts as you brag about the many advantages of being you. (Oh, and should you decide to include #DVCMEMBER in those mildly smug posts, we wouldn’t be mad at you.) Bon voyage!

As a part of Membership Extras, an incidental benefit, these Member benefits are subject to change, availability or termination and may require a fee. Membership Extras are available with eligible ownership interests. Visit for more information.


  • Awesome news !!!

  • Would love to book another cruise but Disney has very limited options from Port Canaveral. We are now looking elsewhere sadly, although our first cruise was on Disney. Come on Disney, let’s get creative, we can only see the Bahamas so many times….

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