We’re Live for the FIRST TIME from Disney’s NEW Private Island Destination

Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point is Disney’s upcoming “one-of-a kind retreat” that is set to bring together the Disney magic as well as art, culture, and architecture native to the Bahamas.


We got the chance to get a FIRST LOOK at the new private island destination and we’re taking you with us!

This NEW destination is set to debut to guests THIS summer, and now we’re bringing you a first look at everything there is to experience!

Setting Sail

First things first — which ships sail here? Disney Magic, Disney Dream, and Disney Fantasy cruise ships will all offer trips to Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point starting in the summer of 2024. Here’s a look at which cruises are going to stop at this new destination:

Disney Magic itineraries sailing to Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point:

  • 3-night Lighthouse Point Preview sailing from Port Canaveral, FL (June 6th – 9th, 2024)
  • 3-night, 4-night, and 5-night Bahamian sailings from Fort Lauderdale, FL

Disney Dream itineraries sailing to Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point:

  • 3-night sailings from Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • 4-night and 5-night Bahamian sailings from Fort Lauderdale, FL

Disney Fantasy itineraries sailing to Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point:

  • 7-night Lighthouse Point Inaugural sailing from Port Canaveral, FL (June 8th – 15th, 2024)
  • 4-night and 6-night Bahamian sailings from Port Canaveral, FL
  • 10-night Caribbean sailing from Port Canaveral, FL
Hello from Lookout Cay!

Arriving at the Port

The first place you’ll run into when you get to Lookout Cay is Mabrika Cove. Disney previously shared that “‘Mabrika’ means ‘welcome’ in Taino, the language of the Lucayans, who are considered the indigenous people of The Bahamas.” The pier between the boat and land is pretty long, so get ready for a hike — it’s about a 15 minute walk.


You have a few different beach options to choose from at Lookout Cay! There’s a family beach on the east side of the island, with activities and other amenities.

Lookout Cay

You can also find a peaceful beach with 20 premium family cabanas available to rent (four of which are double cabanas for larger groups).

And, Lookout Cay has an adult-exclusive beach (north of the family area) called Serenity Bay. This spot includes a dedicated dining area and six private cabanas (which you can reserve), and it will be exclusive to guests 18 years old and older.


Lookout Cay features a dining spot, True-True Too BBQ, a seashell-inspired restaurant with shaded pavilion seating.

True True on Lookout Cay

True True features BBQ burgers…


…which we enjoyed.



At the Bahamian art and culture pavilion — The Goombay Cultural Center, you’ll find special programs and local artists offering learning opportunities to passengers. Stop by the interactive family water play area with slides, water drums, and more that includes a dedicated space for toddlers even have their own dedicated space.

Older kids — ages 3 through 12 — have their own themed Kids’ Club on the island where they can play under the supervision of Disney Cruise Line counselors. There is a splash pad area inspired by The Little Mermaid and a dedicated dining area.

Trumpet Stage

Over at Triton’s Trumpet Stage, you’ll find a center for family entertainment. The name of the gazebo is inspired by both the king from The Little Mermaid and one of the natural wonders found on Bahamian beaches: “a large, spiraled seashell commonly called ‘Triton’s Trumpet.'”

Looking for more fun? Other island activities include:

  • a covered gaming pavilion
  • a volleyball court
  • a gaga ball pit
  • watercraft and bike rentals
  • nature trails that you can hike or bike

There are also a ton of Port Adventures you can book at an additional cost. Here’s the full list of options for things you can book for your cruise:

  • Bahama Bank Escape
  • Banana Boat
  • Bicycle Rental
  • Bike and Kayak
  • Certified Scuba Trip
  • Ebike, Sand, Snorkel, and History Tour
  • Historical Nature and Awesome Buggy Tour
  • Private Historical and Cultural Tour
  • Snorkel by Boat
  • Snorkel by Boat — Certified Scuba Observer
  • Snorkel Rental
  • South Eleuthera Eco and Historical Tour
  • Tropical Reef Safari Snorkel

Port adventures can be booked 75 days before your sail date for first-time sailors, and even earlier for Castaway Club members. Silver Castaway Club members can book 90 days in advance, Gold Castaway Club members can book 105 days in advance, and Platinum Castaway Club members and Concierge Guests can book 120 days in advance.


Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy, Pluto, and Chip ‘n’ Dale can all be found on Lookout Cay in NEW outfits.

Chip and Dale in island ware!


First up, we’ve got the Junkanoo-inspired Collection! According to Disney, Lookout Cay “will be filled with the sights and sounds of Junkanoo, a longstanding Bahamian tradition filled with colorful parades.” And fit to the theme is this new Spirit Jersey!

We’ve got spirit!

You can also pick up the matching Mickey ears and Loungefly mini backpack — they’re so bright and colorful!

If you loved the sneak peek of Mickey and Minnie’s new tropical outfits for Lighthouse Point, then you’ll be happy to know you can get them in plush form! The outfits feature a Bahamian twist on Minnie Mouse’s iconic polka dots and conch shell-patterned shorts on Mickey Mouse.

Last but not least, we’ve got the Theodore Elyett Collection. Elyett is the designer behind Mickey and Minnie’s new looks and has also made a collection for you to purchase! Part of the collection is some new designer Minnie ears.

Lookout Cay merch

Stay tuned to AllEars as we bring you even more updates from Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point and more Disney Cruise Line news!

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Disclosure: We were invited by Disney Cruise Line to attend their preview of Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point. This did not affect our reporting of the event — our opinions are our own.