Disney Cruise Line Blog Podcast – Episode 21: Summer 2018 Itineraries

On this podcast episode we will discuss the recently announced Summer 2018 itineraries.

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7 thoughts on “Disney Cruise Line Blog Podcast – Episode 21: Summer 2018 Itineraries

  1. Rachelle

    Has anyone taken a transatlantic? How did you find it?

    I thought the westbound 2017 looked good with a couple days at sea, then a port, couple days at sea, port, with a stop in Newfoundland, Canada. But I don’t see it anymore on the Disney Cruise website. Does that mean it is sold out?

    Just not sure about the eastbound transatlantics. I like the days at sea to enjoy the ship, but not sure about so many days in a row at sea.

    Interested in the experience of others.

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    1. Eric Oppegaard (@eoppie)

      Hi Rachelle, we loved the Transatlantic and the days at sea. We cruised with our toddler, and never found it to be boring at all.

      They keep the day busy with events and experiences that you may not get on some of the shorter cruises. These include special presentations, additional activities, and also guest speakers. We had Stacia Martin, Disney Artist and Historian on ours where she gave almost daily talks. It was great!

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    2. Megan

      We were on the westbound transatlantic this past year (2016), and it was fabulous – we would do it again in a heartbeat! Westbound is great if you’re in the US because you get the long flight out of the way up front and get all the extra hours of sleep on the cruise. 🙂 As Scott already said, it tends to sell out then spots open up as it gets closer, so I’m sure you will be able to get on for 2017 if you’re interested. I wish we were – it didn’t work for our schedule this year, so we’re doing the Mexican Riviera in October instead. But we definitely hope to do it again in 2018 and beyond!

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  2. ProsperityAndCalamities

    Does anybody know where the Wonder will be after September 10, 2018? It looks like the last Alaska cruise leaves Sept 3, 2018 but then there is nothing for the Wonder after that. Thanks for any info you have!

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