Castaway Cay is Disney’s private island in the Bahamas. For additional information please check out the dedicated port of call page for Castaway Cay.
Port Adventure Guide & Pricing
- Castaway Cay – Port Adventures Guide (September 2019)
- Castaway Cay – Port Adventures Guide (March 2019)
- Castaway Cay – Port Adventures Guide (January 2019)
- Castaway Cay – Port Adventures Guide (January 2014 – New Pricing)
- Castaway Cay – Port Adventures Guide (Summer 2012)
Castaway Cay Points of Interest Map
March 2017 updated with two Service Animal Relief Areas; one near the Arrival Plaza and another next to the Castaway Air Bar at Serenity Bay.
March 2015 Update with Summertime Freeze added. The beach cabanas have been renumbered to 1-21 and the Serenity Bay Beach Cabanas 22-25.
Updated version with EpiPen location located at the First Aid building.
Castaway Cay Beach Cabana Information & Pricing
Disney Cruise Line introduced the seasonal pricing model for the Family Beach Cabanas in April 2016, and last changed the price in the September 2018. Prices below as of December 2019 with VAT included.
- Family Beach Cabana (1-20): $670.88 (Sept. 25 – March 17, up to 6 Guests), $726.88 (March 18 – Sept. 24, up to 6 Guests); $56.00 (each additional Guest, up to 10)
- Grand Family Beach Cabana (21): $966.43 (up to 10 Guests); $56.00 (each additional Guest, up to 16)
- Serenity Bay Beach Cabana (22-25): $428.93 (up to 4 Guests); $56.00 (each additional Guest, up to 10)
Previous 2016 Cabana price sheet.
runDisney Castaway Cay 5K Map
The Castaway Cay 5K is offered weather permitting when you visit Disney’ Castaway Cay. You will make your way past swaying palms as you run or walk along the air strip to the observation tower and take the lead past sweeping shorelines to the finish line. All finishers receive an exclusive Disney Castaway Cay 5K medal.
Disney will have you complete a required release waiver to participate. Once signed, you’ll receive a Castaway Cay 5K race bib and will be asked to review the 5K course during your cruise. Please be sure to check the Personal Navigator or the Disney Cruise Line Navigator app for more information, including specific times and location information once onboard.
On race day, meet on Disney Castaway Cay at the bike rentals location approximately 20 minutes after the ship docks. Your leader will escort you to the starting line. Again, double check the navigator for any meeting location changes.
Although there is a running timer at the star/finish line, the 5K challenge is NOT timed, consider this simply as a fun run. The course is easy to follow as there are markers and Crew Members stationed along the course. Once completed, you can celebrate with an exclusive Disney Cruise Line Castaway Cay 5K medal.
It is important to remember, the Castaway Cay 5K is not part of the runDisney Castaway Cay Challenge taking place during Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend. For more information on this challenge, please visit runDisney.
For everyone’s safety, bicycles or similar 2-wheeled devices; skateboards; scooters, including knee scooters; in-line skates, roller skates or shoes with wheels; strollers and jogging strollers; baby carriers; baby backpacks or similar devices; and/or any electric or powered mobility devices are not permitted. Guests with mobility disabilities wishing to participate must use a push rim wheelchair and be able to propel themselves. The Castaway Cay 5k is for Guests 10 years of age and above.
runDisney Castaway Challenge 5K Map
- runDisney Inaugural Castaway Cay Challenge 2015 Brochure
- runDisney Castaway Cay Challenge 2016 Marathon Brochure
Castaway Cay Points of Interest Map circa 2005
Castaway Cay Points of Interest Map circa 1998
Original Walt Disney Imagineering Concept Draw circa 1994
February – Disney announces the purchase of Gorda Cay, a 1,000-acre uninhabited island in the Bahamas. Imagineers immediately set about turning it into Castaway Cay island to welcome passengers of Disney Cruise Line, which will launch two years later.
May – Walt Disney Imagineering merges with Disney Development Company, which was formed in the mid-1980s to oversee the design and construction of hotels and Disney administrative buildings. The blended organization is called Walt Disney Imagineering because, says one Disney executive, “The Imagineering name is so powerful and so unique.”Walt Disney Imagineering – Our Story (archived)