The Disney Cruise Line 2023 itineraries just dropped, and oh man, are we ready to set sail!
Good things come to those who wait. If you’ve been biding your time to book a dream cruise, Disney Cruise Line announced Tuesday that it will set sail for the Bahamas, Caribbean, and Mexico again in 2023.
Better yet? You may only have to wait a couple days to book your next trip.
DCL Reveals 2023 Booking Schedule; Tickets Widely Available Oct. 21
Disney Cruise Line will return to Castaway Cay in the Bahamas, the Caribbean, and the Mexican Riviera in early 2023. But you won’t have to wait nearly as long to secure your cruise.
If you’re a Disney Cruise Line Platinum Member, Golden Oak Club Member, or Club 33 Member, you don’t even have to wait the week. You’ll be able to take advantage of open bookings on Oct. 14.
Disney Cruise Line Gold Members can swoop in and book their cruises on Oct. 15. On Oct. 18, you Disney Cruise Line Silver Members, Disney Vacation Club Members, and Adventures by Disney Insiders will have your crack at it.
And if you’re none of the above, fear not. Bookings open to the general public on Oct. 21.
Disney Cruises Set Out from Florida in Early 2023
Floridians will have a ton of great options if a cruise is sounding like just what the doctor ordered. Disney Cruise Line has announced that the Disney Wish and Disney Fantasy will sail from Port Canaveral while the Disney Dream will depart from Miami.
Aboard the all-new Disney Wish, you can enjoy a three- or four-night trip to Nassau, Bahamas, and Castaway Cay. The Disney Fantasy will offer seven-night trips to the Eastern and Western Caribbean as well as an eight-night trip that includes two days in Bermuda.
The Disney Dream sails out of Miami with a wide range of destinations. You can opt for four- and five-night cruises to dream locales like Grand Cayman; Nassau; Castaway Cay; and Cozumel, Mexico. There’s also a five-night cruise that stops at Castaway Cay twice.
Disney Cruises Departing from Texas, New Orleans, and San Diego
If you aren’t fortunate enough to call Florida home, don’t fret. Disney Cruise Lines is also offering trips to the Bahamas, Caribbean, and Mexico from three other major ports.
Starting in January 2023, the Disney Magic will offer four-, five-, six-, and seven-night cruises to the Bahamas and Western Caribbean. Along the way, these cruises stop through beautiful destinations like Cozumel and Progreso, Mexico.
From February through March, the Magic makes its debut departures from New Orleans. You can book a four-, five-, or six-night cruise to hot spots like Grand Cayman and Cozumel.
Not to be left out, the Disney Wonder returns to the West Coast in April and May 2023. Sailing from San Diego, the Disney Wonder will offer three- to seven-night cruises to Baja and the Mexican Riviera.
The Disney Wonder will also run a seven-night cruise that goes to Mazatlan, Puerto Vallarta, and Banderas Bay.
If that all sounds great, you’d better start game-planning. Bookings open as soon as Thursday, and you’re going to want to act quickly so you don’t get left ashore.
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