DCL Announces Fall 2017 Itineraries

by on May 24, 2016 3 Comments

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Disney Cruise Line announced today its itineraries for fall 2017, rounding out the full schedule of sailings for next year.

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While much of the new schedule follows familiar DCL patterns, there are a few new twists in store for next year, including a Disney Magic 7-night sailing Canadian cruise departing from New York City with a stop in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, a new destination for DCL. Another new port stop will be in Bar Harbor, Maine. I’m guessing that everyone getting back on the ship will be wearing LL Bean boots and toting plush lobsters. Later in the season, the Magic will be in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Miami, Florida, making port visits in the Caribbean.

The Disney Dream will be making her typical 3 and 4 night sailings to the Bahamas from Port Canaveral, Florida. The Fantasy will make 7-night Eastern and Western Caribbean journeys, also from Port Canaveral. One exceptional sailing of the Fantasy will include a “double-dip” trip at Christmas with two stops at Disney’s Castaway Cay private island.

The Disney Wonder will port in San Diego, California, and Galveston, Texas, with itineraries covering Mexico and the Bahamas respectively.

Bookings open on May 25 for Disney Cruise Line gold and platinum Castaway Club members, with bookings open to all others on May 26.

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Posted on May 24, 2016

3 Responses to “DCL Announces Fall 2017 Itineraries”

  • 🙂 LLBean isn’t even close to Bar Harbor. Once they add Portland to their itinerary, then you will see the Freeport ME shopping trips. Hopefully the lobsters are in their bellies, not stuffed on their window sill 🙂

    • by Erin Foster on May 24, 2016, at 4:44 pm EST

      Sorry for the jokey tone. I grew up in Maine and understand the geography. However, given the reputation of Beans as one of the must-dos in Maine, it’s certainly possible that a few cruisers will rent a car for a pilgrimage. Or they could bring the bootmobile for a visit.

  • by Peter Taylor on May 24, 2016, at 2:11 pm EST

    Thanks for the heads-up. Hoping the TA from Europe to USA is there. been waiting for that to come up.