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Early 2014 Disney Cruise Line Itineraries are Here!

Calling all cruisers!  Disney Cruise Line has released the itineraries for the beginning of 2014!  While that may seem like a ways away, it's never too early to start planning your Disney Cruise!  All four of the Disney Cruise Lines ships will be sailing from Florida during this time: the Disney Dream, Fantasy and Magic will all be sailing out of Port Canaveral, while the Disney Wonder will be departing from Miami.




Here is a look at some of the dates and itineraries for early 2014:


Departing from Miami:

4-night Bahamas
Disney Wonder departures: 1/15/14 - 4/23/14
Ports: Miami, Castaway Cay, Nassau, Key West


5-night Caribbean

Disney Wonder departures: 1/10/14- 4/18/14
Ports: Miami, Grand Cayman, Cozumel

5-night Caribbean, including Castaway Cay

Disney Wonder departures: 1/19/14 - 4/27/14
Ports: Miami, Cozumel, Castaway Cay


Departing from Port Canaveral:
 
3- and 4-night Bahamas
Disney Dream departures: 1/2/14 - 8/31/14; Disney Magic departures: 1/6/14 – 5/16/14

Ports: Port Canaveral, Nassau, Castaway Cay

7-night Eastern Caribbean
Disney Fantasy departures: 1/11/14- 8/23/14

Ports: Port Canaveral, St. Maarten, St. Thomas, Castaway Cay

7-night Western Caribbean
Disney Fantasy departures: 1/4/14 – 4/26/14
Ports: Port Canaveral, Grand Cayman, Costa Maya, Cozumel, Castaway Cay


7-night Western Caribbean, including Jamaica
Disney Fantasy departures: 5/10/14 – 8/30/14

Ports: Port Canaveral, Cozumel, Grand Cayman, Falmouth, Castaway Cay

Platinum and Gold Castaway Club Members can have their trips booked today.  All guests can book their Disney Cruise Thursday, December 6th.  Give us a call or send us an email today to start planning your Disney Cruise!

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