Disney Cruise Line Will Soon Have Two Year-Round Ports in Florida

If you’re planning on sailing aboard Disney Cruise Line after 2023, you may be sailing out of a new port in the state of Florida!

Disney Wonder ©Disney

Earlier this year, we reported on Disney being in talks to finding a second year-round port in the state, and according to Orlando Sentinel, it looks like the company has reached an agreement!

Starting in October of 2023, Disney Cruise Line can begin sailing out of Port Everglades, the main cruising port in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The agreement includes a 15-year lease at the port, which could be extended to 30 years.

Disney Wonder

At this time, there hasn’t been any announcement as to which ships specifically would sail out of Port Everglades. However, it is important to note that as of this writing, Port Everglades cannot accommodate liquified natural gas, which is what will be used to run Disney Cruise Line’s newest ship, the Disney Wish, which has its maiden voyage next summer.

Disney Wish ©Disney

Disney Cruise Line has never sailed in or out of Port Everglades, with the exception of emergency docking. Currently, the only two ports Disney uses regularly (or at least seasonally) is Port Canaveral, their primary port, as well as PortMiami.


Be sure to follow along for all of the latest Disney Cruise Line news as you prepare for your next sailing!

Click here to read about just a few of the exciting things we’re looking forward to seeing on the Disney Wish!

Do you have plans to take a Disney Cruise next year? Let us know in the comments!

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