Disney Cruise Line’s Late Spring 2022 Dream & Fantasy Sailings – A Look at Opening Day Prices

The recently announced Late Spring 2022 Disney Cruise Line sailings for the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy went on sale today for anyone to book. Now, it is time to take a look at the opening day pricing for the late spring 2022 Disney Cruise sailings.

Below, I’ve collected the opening day pricing, lowest price per stateroom category, based on double occupancy (2 adults) for each the newly released 2022 cruises to provide a general idea on where the cruises are priced. I realize this does not take into account onboard booking, or a more detailed quote for your sailing party.

The idea for this post was simply to get baseline pricing for each cruise and I felt 2 adults provided the baseline for double occupancy to help everyone plan for Gold, Silver, and first-time cruisers booking windows. The pricing is grouped by ship and itinerary for more of an apples to apple comparison.

One last note, the pricing below is representative of a snapshot in time on opening day. As cruises book, prices will increase and stateroom availability will dwindle. The pricing below includes taxes, fees & port expenses for 2 adults.

Disney Dream Late Spring 2022 Opening Day Prices

3-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral
Port Canaveral • Nassau • Castaway Cay

 Sail Date  Inside  Oceanview  Verandah  Concierge 
Friday May 6, 2022 $          1,725  $                  1,797  $                1,977  $                3,939 
Friday May 13, 2022 $          1,737  $                  1,809  $                1,989  $                3,969 
Friday May 20, 2022 $          1,773  $                  1,845  $                2,025  $                4,029 
Friday May 27, 2022 $          2,199  $                  2,271  $                2,451  $                4,629 

4-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral
Port Canaveral • Nassau • Castaway Cay • At Sea

 Sail Date  Inside  Oceanview  Verandah  Concierge 
Monday May 2, 2022 $          2,221  $                  2,317  $                2,557  $                5,189 
Monday May 9, 2022 $          2,221  $                  2,317  $                2,557  $                5,189 
Monday May 16, 2022 $          2,269  $                  2,365  $                2,605  $                5,309 
Monday May 23, 2022 $          2,301  $                  2,397  $                2,637  $                5,549 
Monday May 30, 2022 $          3,045  $                  3,141  $                3,381  $                6,149 

Disney Fantasy Late Spring 2022 Opening Day Prices

7-Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral
Port Canaveral • At Sea • At Sea • Tortola • St. Thomas (St. John) • At Sea • Castaway Cay

 Sail Date  Inside  Oceanview  Verandah  Concierge 
Saturday April 30, 2022 $          3,493  $                  3,773  $                4,249  $                9,401 
Saturday May 14, 2022 $          3,689  $                  3,969  $                4,445  $                9,681 
Saturday May 28, 2022 $          4,291  $                  4,641  $                5,187  $              10,661 

7-Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral
Port Canaveral • At Sea • Cozumel • Grand Cayman • Falmouth • At Sea • Castaway Cay

 Sail Date  Inside  Oceanview  Verandah  Concierge 
Saturday April 23, 2022 $          3,456  $                  3,736  $                4,212  $                9,448 
Saturday May 7, 2022 $          3,428  $                  3,708  $                4,184  $                9,448 
Saturday May 21, 2022 $          3,960  $                  4,240  $                4,716  $              10,078 

Now that you have had a chance to see opening day pricing for Disney Cruise Line’s late spring 2022 sailings, what do you think? What are you booking?

2 thoughts on “Disney Cruise Line’s Late Spring 2022 Dream & Fantasy Sailings – A Look at Opening Day Prices

  1. jlf0326

    Hi Scott. Is the Dream permanently sailing out of Miami? Even though we live in Miami, there is nothing like embarking from Port Canaveral Also do you know if Disney has a sister hotel near Port Miami? Thank you for all your hard work.

    Reply
    1. Scott Sanders Post author

      The word permanently has not been used by Disney, but there was talk a while back based on a preferred berthing agreement with Miami that a Dream-class ship would sail year round from PortMiami.

      Reply

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