Do you need a break? If so, it might be time to book a Disney cruise!
The Disney Wish just set sail for the first time in the summer of 2022, and there’s a brand-new ship launching in 2024. On top of that, some brand-new destinations have been announced, and we think you might be interested!
Starting in October 2023, guests can experience limited-time sailings to Australia and New Zealand with Disney Cruise Line. These new destinations have been dubbed “Disney Magic at Sea” sailings and will take place aboard the Disney Wonder cruise ship.
The sailings range from 2-6 nights each and depart from four different ports: Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane in Australia, and Auckland in New Zealand. According to Disney, these new voyages have been designed to “immerse local guests in their favorite Disney, Pixar, Marvel, and Star Wars stories through enchanting entertainment and enhanced experiences throughout each cruise.”
These limited-time cruises will be offered through February 2024. During the repositioning voyages for the Disney Wonder between Honolulu and Sydney, Disney Cruise Line will also offer the first-ever South Pacific itineraries. Those trips will take place in October 2023 and February 2024 and will sail to destinations like Fiji and Samoa. Bookings open to the public on October 6th, 2022.
We’ll make sure to keep you updated on any more Disney Cruise Line news in the coming weeks, especially details about the brand-new ship, the Disney Treasure. The name and theme of the ship were revealed at D23 Expo, and Disney announced that the atrium of the new boat will feature a statue of Jasmine, Aladdin, and the magic carpet.
If you’re interested in setting sail on the new Disney Wish, make sure to check out our posts and videos from our recent voyage! We experienced all kinds of new activities and dining options and shared it all with our followers.
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