For all you Disney fans …
Disney will operate all of its ships out of Florida in the early half of 2014, the cruise line announced as it unveiled new itineraries, which include a new port in Jamaica.
The Disney Magic will return to Port Canaveral, joining Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy in sailing off the central Florida coast. And Disney Wonder will continue to homeport in Miami. (In 2013, Magic is scheduled to sail out of Galveston, Texas; Barcelona and Miami.)
Most sailings from Port Canaveral will visit Disney’s popular private Bahamian island, Castaway Cay. Dream and Magic will sail a variety of itineraries, including three- and four-night Bahamian sailings. Fantasy will sail seven-night Eastern and Western Caribbean routes, some of which will include a stop at Castaway Cay, and a stop in the new port, Falmouth, Jamaica.
Many passengers sailing from Port Canaveral combine a cruise with a theme-park vacation in nearby Disney World.
Meanwhile, Wonder, which begins sailing from Miami later this month, will offer four-night Bahamas sailings, and five-night Western Caribbean sailings, some of which include a stop in Castaway Cay.