Disney Cruise Line will embark on a variety of itineraries around the world, including a return to Greece and the addition of five first-time ports of call in Europe, starting summer 2020.
After a 5-year hiatus, the Disney Magic will return to Greece as part of three Mediterranean voyages departing from Rome. During one 12-night and two 9-night cruises, guests can explore destinations such as Piraeus, the gateway to Athens; Katakolon, near ancient Olympia; and the islands of Santorini, Mykonos and Crete. Each of the Mediterranean itineraries combines a selection of stops in Greece with visits to other notable cities in the region. Two of the sailings include a new port of call in Messina, Italy, where guests can visit landmarks in Sicily such as Mount Etna—the highest and most active volcano in Europe—or the Piazza del Duomo, the city’s historic center. The third features a return to Dubrovnik, Croatia, for the first time in five years.
Additional new ports of call in Europe include Gdynia, Poland; Nordfjordeid, Norway; Plymouth, England; and Zeebrugge, Belgium. This new collection of destinations is part of the Disney Magic’s summer 2020 tour of Europe, which begins with sailings through the Mediterranean and the Greek Isles before heading to northern Europe in late summer for cruises to the Baltic, British Isles and Norwegian fjords.
Along with an expanded European season aboard the Disney Magic, vessels across the Disney Cruise Line fleet will offer sailings to Alaska, the Caribbean and The Bahamas. These offerings include 7-night itineraries departing from Vancouver with visits to Juneau, Skagway, Ketchikan, Icy Strait Point and Dawes Glacier; weeklong eastern and western Caribbean cruises from Port Canaveral; additional 5- and 9-night Caribbean sailings; plus 3-, 4-, and 5-night Bahamas cruises.
For more information, visit disneycruise.com. Disney Cruise Line is also set to bring back Star Wars Day at Sea and Marvel Day at Sea during the 2020 season; get the details here.