Today, Disney shared updated itineraries for the two previously altered Disney Magic Baltic sailings on July 30, 2022 and August 10, 2022 where St. Petersburg was originally a port of call. The revised itineraries are as follows:
Saturday July 30, 2022 11-Night Northern Europe Cruise from Dover to Copenhagen originally had an overnight in St. Petersburg on August 4th and 5th. Additional ports of Tallinn, Helsinki, Nynashamn, and Riga have now been replaced. New ports include Zeebrugge, Oslo, Skagen, Warnemunde, Stavanger, and Frederica.
- Saturday July 30, 2022 – Dover, England
- Sunday July 31, 2022 – Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Monday August 1, 2022 – Zeebrugge (Bruges), Belgium
- Tuesday August 2, 2022 – At Sea
- Wednesday August 3, 2022 – Oslo, Norway
- Thursday August 4, 2022 – Skagen, Denmark (New port of call for Disney)
- Friday August 5, 2022 – Warnemünde (Berlin), Germany
- Saturday August 6, 2022 – At Sea
- Sunday August 7, 2022 – Stavanger, Norway
- Monday August 8, 2022 – At Sea
- Tuesday August 9, 2022 – Fredericia, Denmark
Wednesday August 10, 2022 – Copenhagen, Denmark (Debarkation)
Wednesday August 10, 2022 7-Night Northern Europe Cruise from Copenhagen originally had the Magic in St. Petersburg on August 13th. Additional ports of Tallinn, Helsinki, and Stockholm have bee replaced. New ports include Oslo, Gothenburg, Alesund, and Frederica.
- Wednesday August 10, 2022 – Copenhagen, Denmark
- Thursday August 11, 2022 – Oslo, Norway
- Friday August 12, 2022 – Gothenburg, Sweden
- Saturday August 13, 2022 – At Sea
- Sunday August 14, 2022 – Alesund, Norway
- Monday August 15, 2022 – At Sea
- Tuesday August 16, 2022 – Fredericia, Denmark
Wednesday August 17, 2022 – Copenhagen, Denmark (Debarkation)
In early March, Disney Cruise Line removed St. Petersburg, Russia from the two Disney Magic sailings during which the ship was scheduled to make stops this summer – including one which would have been an overnight stay.
I am on the 10-night departing 7/30 and part of me wishes they would have either swapped entirely to Iceland/Norway, or turned it into a completely Norwegian Fjords cruise. I’m just thankful that I got to visit St. Petersburg and Tallin a few times before this chaos as I have a sad feeling we may never get to do it again on DCL.
We were booked in 2020 for the Baltic cruise but Covid canceled it. Now we’re booked for this year’s Baltic cruise and Russia canceled it. Maybe two years from now we can try again. We’re canceling this cruise, no way we’re paying that much for the new ports.
I have wonderfull memories about my DCL baltic cruise. St Pertersburg was really amazing.
I just wish they had shift to Finland/Poland or other contries to support them as they are under Putin threat…