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Disney Cruise Line Reveals Magical Plans For 2024 Halloween And Festive Cruises

Disney Cruise Line Reveals Magical Plans For 2024 Halloween And Festive Cruises

A series of spooky fun and merry magic is in store for Disney Cruise Line guests onboard selected 2024 sailings, with the return of Halloween on the High Seas and Very Merrytime Cruises.

Families who sail with the cruise line will also have more opportunities than ever before to visit Disney’s newest island destination in The Bahamas, with rare itineraries to Hawaii and the South Pacific. Located at Lighthouse Point on the Eleuthera island, this vibrant beach retreat celebrates Bahamian culture- brought to life with the quality and service that guests would expect from a Disney cruise holiday.

Halloween on the High Seas

This spine-chilling spectacular returns to Disney Cruise Line in September through to October 2024, bringing the fun of Halloween to guests on select special sailings across the fleet.

A whole host of added entertainment will set the scene for guests onboard: including Halloween fancy dress; spooky celebrations on the upper decks; themed food and drinks; and a ghostly ship takeover with featuring elaborate décor and a magical Pumpkin Tree.

Departing from Port Canaveral in Florida, Disney Wish will sail three- and four-night Bahamian voyages full of frightful fun, while Disney Fantasy will offer varying voyage lengths of four, six and seven-nights. These four- and six-night cruises onboard Disney Fantasy will transport guests to The Bahamas, with the seven-night voyages also venturing to The Caribbean.

Itineraries onboard Disney Magic will range from three to five nights, departing from Fort Lauderdale (Florida), but also joining Disney Wish and Disney Fantasy in sailing to tropical destinations in The Bahamas and Caribbean- including the cruise line’s newest destination at Lighthouse Point.

Very Merrytime Cruises

Following the Halloween on the High Seas sailings, from mid-November through to December 2024, the Disney Cruise Line fleet will be fully decked from bow to stern with Christmas cheer and holiday entertainment as part of its Very Merrytime Cruises.

Families will be treated to the magic of the holidays with joyful décor, character favourites dressed in festive attire, merry activities, and celebrations on deck that will radiate the holiday spirit.

The cruise line will offer options to sail from two home ports in Florida, along with a handful of voyages from Galveston, Texas. From Port Canaveral, Disney Wish will sail a selection of three- and four-night Bahamian Very Merrytime Cruises, while Disney Dream will take guests on four- and five-night itineraries to, both, The Bahamas and Caribbean- departing from Fort Lauderdale.

Additionally, Disney Fantasy will embark on a variety of four-night Very Merrytime sailings to The Bahamas, along with some longer six- and seven-night cruises in November and December. Select voyages onboard Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy will also include a day visit to Lighthouse Point.

Cruises from Galveston, Texas, onboard Disney Magic will range from four to six nights in length, giving families the opportunity to celebrate the festive season while calling at tropical ports throughout the Caribbean.

Special Sailings to Hawaii and the South Pacific

As well as these festive sailings in late 2024, Disney Cruise Line guests will also be able to experience a range of separate bucket list itineraries onboard Disney Wonder.

Departing from Vancouver (Canada) in late September, Disney Wonder will sail to Honolulu (Hawaii), stopping on the stunning islands of Kauai, Maui and Hawaii along the way, before arriving in Oahu. From Hawaii, she will then embark on a transpacific voyage to Sydney (Australia), taking families to once-in-a-lifetime destinations: including Fiji, American Samoa and New Caledonia.

From here, Disney Cruise Line will begin its second season of cruise holidays from Australia and New Zealand.

Bookings for all of these magical sailings open to the public from 26th June 2023.

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