Disney Cruise Line has announced an array of itineraries for its six ships beginning in early 2025, with five ships, including the upcoming new-build Disney Treasure, offering Caribbean and Bahamas voyages from Florida ports. The fifth will be based on the United States West Coast, sailing Mexican Riviera and Baja Peninsula itineraries.
Disney Cruise Line will offer new and fan-favourite itineraries, giving guests more options for fun in the sun from four US home ports. From Disney Cruise Line’s Island destinations in The Bahamas to the Disney Treasure’s inaugural season of seven-night voyages to the Eastern and Western Caribbean to a tropical sailing to Hawaii or the South Pacific aboard the Disney Wonder, early 2025 will provide an array of adventures aboard Disney Cruise Line’s six ships.
Disney Dream at Castaway Cay – Photo: Disney Cruise Line
Beginning in early 2025, the Disney Fantasy, Disney Wish, Disney Dream, and Disney Magic will provide three- to five-night cruises from Florida to Disney Cruise Line’s Bahamian destinations – the new Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point and the popular Disney Castaway Cay.
The Disney Fantasy and Disney Wish will sail from Port Canaveral, Florida, while the Disney Dream and Disney Magic will leave Fort Lauderdale, Florida. On each of the four ships, guests can visit one of the Disney Island destinations, with at least one special itinerary sailing to both Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point and Disney Castaway Cay.
Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point – Photo: Disney Cruise Line
Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point, Disney’s Bahamas celebration and its newest, one-of-a-kind island getaway on Eleuthera, will welcome families with breathtaking natural beauty blended with the charm of Bahamian storytelling and artwork.
Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point is purposefully designed to be a unique fusion of Bahamian culture and Disney experiences, with Bahamian art and music paired with signature Disney entertainment, sweeping architecture inspired by Bahamian natural wonders brought to life by Disney Imagineers, and opportunities to explore Eleuthera through unique port adventures.
Meanwhile, Disney Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island paradise in The Bahamas, will continue to provide relaxation and adventure to guests of all ages amid its blue waters and lush landscape. The enchanting tropical retreat offers a hassle-free experience for a fun and relaxed beach day and picture-perfect surroundings with uniquely Disney touches.
The First Season of the Disney Treasure
The Disney Treasure, the newest ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet, will begin a maiden season of seven-night voyages to the Eastern and Western Caribbean from Port Canaveral on 21 December 2024.
Disney Treasure – Photo: Disney Cruise Line
Eastern Caribbean sailings take families to the beautiful British Virgin Islands Island of Tortola, Disney Castaway Cay, San Juan, Puerto Rico, or St. Thomas. In contrast, Western Caribbean sailings take families to Falmouth, Jamaica, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel, Mexico.
The week-long excursions will include:
Two days at sea.
More opportunities to enjoy the Disney Treasure’s distinctive spaces.
Pacific Cruises on the Disney Wonder
The Disney Wonder’s seasonal deployment in Australia and New Zealand will end in early 2025, with the ship departing on 10 February 2025 from Sydney to Honolulu, Hawaii. The itinerary includes calls in New Caledonia, Fiji, American Samoa, and the Hawaiian Islands.
Its return to North America will include two additional special sailings: a nine-night Hawaiian Island cruise from Honolulu to Vancouver in late February and a five-night cruise from Vancouver to sunny Southern California, where she will make San Diego home. Starting in March 2025, a series of 3- to 7-night Mexican Riviera and Baja Peninsula cruises will be offered.
Texas Adventures aboard the Disney Magic
Before returning to its homeport in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the Disney Magic will offer a Disney Cruise Line vacation to Mexico.
For the first three months of 2025, the Disney Magic will cruise from Galveston, Texas, to Progreso and Cozumel in Mexico and Grand Cayman. In April, the ship will sail from Texas to San Juan, Puerto Rico, stopping at both of Disney’s island destinations before returning to Florida for a series of three- to four-night sailings from Fort Lauderdale, followed by four- and five-night sailings from Port Canaveral to Nassau and at least one of Disney’s island destinations in The Bahamas.