Remaining 2014 Itinerary Dates Announced – Available to book February 14th (February 13th for Gold & Platinum)

After more than two months of waiting and speculating, Disney Cruise Line has released the itineraries for the balance of 2014.

The big news coming out of Celebration this morning is that Disney Cruise Line will offer new itineraries including the Southern Caribbean and the Greek Isles of the Mediterranean.  Along with these new itineraries comes two new home ports of Venice, Italy, San Juan, Puerto Rico, and for a few cruises San Diego, California.

When Can you Book 2014 Sailings?

Gold and Platinum Castaway Club members can start booking these sailings by calling on Wednesday February 13, 2013 at 8:00 AM EST. Online and over the phone booking will begin Thursday February 14, 2013 at 8:00 AM EST for Silver Castaway Club members as well as first time cruisers.DCL 2013-2014 Itineraries Flier

 

Mediterranean from Venice and Barcelona

From May to August 2014, the Disney Magic will  return to the Mediterranean with new ports to accompany familiar destinations featuring to the best Europe has to offer.  The Magic will home port in Venice, Italy select sailings. These cruises will include overnights in Venice, giving guests the opportunity to experience an evening in the spectacular city.

The Magic will sail to the Greek Isles and Sicily for the very first time, including Katakolon, Rhodes, Heraklion (Crete), Santorini and Corfu, Greece and Catania, Sicily.

9-Night Mediterranean Disney Magic Itinerary A Itinerary Map

Nine-night Mediterranean Greek Isles (New)

  • Ports: Venice • Katakolon • Pireaus • Kusadasi • Rhodes • Mykonos • Venice (overnight)
  • Departure dates: June 26, July 5

Throughout the summer season, Disney Cruise Line is offering a rich array of European itineraries with a variety of cruise lengths and ports of call. Guests will experience richly diverse cities and cultures, showcasing iconic locations, romantic boulevards, bustling bazaars, sun-drenched islands and the brilliant blue Mediterranean Sea.

Rates start at $796 per person for four-night cruises, $995 per person for five-night cruises, $1,015 per person for seven-night cruises, $1,827 per person for nine-night cruises and $2,388 for 12-night European cruises for a standard inside stateroom, based on double occupancy.

Southern Caribbean from San Juan

San Juan Puerto Rico will become the latest home port for the globe trotting Disney Magic.  The Magic will sail four cruises to the Southern Caribbean, including Grenada – a new port of call for Disney.

7-Night Southern Caribbean Cruise Disney Magic Itinerary A Itinerary Map

Seven-night Southern Caribbean from San Juan (NEW)

  • Ports: San Juan • Antigua • St. Lucia • Grenada • Barbados • St. Kitts
  • Departure dates: Sept. 20, 27, Oct. 4, 11

Known as the “Spice Isle,” Grenada offers Disney Cruise Line guests a lush and lively destination filled with spice estates, tropical gardens, beautiful beaches, thrilling diving, snorkeling, fishing and exploration through mountain landscapes and waterfalls. A picturesque harbor is home to shops stocked with spices and restaurants serving unique cuisine combining Creole, Caribbean and West Indian flavors.

Rates start at $945 per person for seven-night cruises from San Juan for a standard inside stateroom, based on double occupancy.

Alaska from Vancouver

The Disney Wonder will return to Alaska as anticipated in 2014.  The Wonder will sail her typical 7-night cruises from Vancouver as in previous years.  The site map mishap was indeed a clue to a special, one time,  9-night cruise with the added port day in Sitka, Alaska.

7-night Alaskan Cruise

  • Ports: Vancouver, Tracy Arm (scenic cruising through fjord), Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan
  • Departure dates: June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, July 7, 14, 21, 28, Aug. 4, 11, 18, 25, Sept. 1

9-night Alaskan Cruise (New)

9-night Alaskan Cruise Disney Wonder Itinerary Map

  • Ports: Vancouver, Sitka, Tracy Arm (scenic cruising through fjord), Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan
  • Departure date: May 24

These Alaskan cruises will combine the natural wonder and adventurous spirit of Alaska with the unparalleled, family-friendly experience found on a Disney ship. Disney Cruise Line works closely with Alaskan tour operators to create exclusive to Disney family-friendly Port Adventures that allow guests to experience Alaska’s natural beauty and rich history.

Rates start at $1,015 per person for seven-night cruises and $1,305 per person for the nine-night Alaska cruise for a standard inside stateroom, based on double occupancy.

While the Disney Wonder is on the West Coast she will temporarily use San Diego in lieu of Los Angeles.

Bahamas and Western Caribbean from Miami

Disney Cruise Line will continue to sail from Miami on 4-night Bahamian and 5-night Western Caribbean cruises.

4-night Bahamanian Cruise

  • Ports: Miami, Castaway Cay, Nassau, Key West
  • Dates: Disney Wonder Jan.-April; Disney Magic Oct.-Dec.

5-night Western Caribbean

  • Ports:Miami, Grand Cayman, Cozumel
  • Dates: Disney Wonder Jan.-April; Disney Magic Oct.-Dec.

5-night Western Caribbean with Castaway Cay

  • Ports:Miami, Cozumel, Castaway Cay
  • Dates: Disney Wonder Jan.-April; Disney Magic Oct.-Dec.

Rates start at $460 per person for four-night cruises and $575 for five-night cruises departing from Miami for a standard inside stateroom, based on double occupancy.

Caribbean and Bahamas from Port Canaveral

Finally, as expected, Disney Cruise Line will sail continue to sail to the Bahamas and the Caribbean from Port Canaveral with a variety of itineraries with all cruises stopping at Castaway Cay.

Rates start at $450 per person for three-night cruises, $600 per person for 4-night cruises and $910 for 7-night cruises departing from Port Canaveral for a standard inside stateroom, based on double occupancy.

Detailed Itineraries

The website has been updated with the detailed itineraries for each ship:

Now how long will we be waiting to hear about the Disney Magic’s overhaul!

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21 thoughts on “Remaining 2014 Itinerary Dates Announced – Available to book February 14th (February 13th for Gold & Platinum)

  1. Casey

    Thank you so much for your coverage! I have stopped checking any other sites in the morning, and have bookmarked your blog to know what’s truly going on. A small request, if someone can update us silver members about pricing info when they make reservations tomorrow, that would be super appreciated. I didn’t realize I cannot get a price quote until Thursday. Thanks again for all you do on this blog!

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  2. Jerry

    Seriously, Scott, I thank you for the tireless effort that you put into this site. The Itinerary C for the Fantasy over Christmas 2014 is just what we were looking for. We can’t wait for Thursday to book it!!! If all of this holds true, we’re going to have an AWESOME vacation. Thanks again!!!

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  3. Lucy Kabakian Reinbold

    Do we have any feeling or indication if they will continue the Southern Caribbean cruises past these only four they have currently mentioned? I’m already booked on a Western Caribbean cruise next year and am dying to try Southern in 2015, if possible!

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    1. Scott Sanders Post author

      I would say the future Southern itineraries are heavily dependent on the success of the 2014 sailings. Many have been asking for Southern itineraries (including myself) and now we have the opportunity.

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  4. Casey

    Quick question, when booking for the 7-Night Itinerary, which side of the boat is best for views? We usually book cabin 6634, but wondering if that will be the optimal side for Europe. Any feedback would be really appreciated.

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    1. Ben

      Hey Casey! – To be honest it is extremely hard to tell. The Captain and the pilot determines each time the ship is sailing into port which side to berth/anchor. Its usually a 50/50 chance the ship will berth Port or Starboard. If you have a look at the ports of call closely, you may be able to see how large the entry/exit channel is. Some ships will swing around so they are ready to sail straight out of the port and others don’t – its always fun and games!

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  5. Marion

    Casey – When we went on the 7-night Itinerary in August 2012, we found the port side to face most coastlines. It’s the same itinerary, minus Palma, I am sure you will have fun. It is not a guarantee, but I hope that helps!

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    1. Scott Sanders Post author

      It is anyone’s guess as to when. I could potentially see the end of 2014 for the Wonder and part of 2015 for the fleet announced in the later this fall. My only reason for the late fall, other than that is when it was done last year, is the DCL will have a better idea on how much time is really needed to overhaul the Wonder based on how things go with the Magic. Just my 2 cents.

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