Inaugural dates and itineraries to Lighthouse Point, Disney Cruise Line’s newest private destination in The Bahamas, will be open to the public on March 30, 2023. Sailings begin in June 2024, just in time for a family vacay, and in addition to this Caribbean headliner, itineraries include voyages to the Mediterranean, northern Europe and Alaska.
“We are delighted to take families to new places during the summer 2024 season, including our newest island destination at Lighthouse Point in The Bahamas,” said Sharon Siskie, senior vice president and general manager of Disney Cruise Line, in a press statement. “We’re also thrilled to return to Europe with new ports of call and offer exciting adventures to Alaska and the Caribbean. All of these Disney Cruise Line sailings provide the unique experiences that our guests have come to expect from Disney, from world-class dining and dazzling entertainment to character encounters and legendary guest service.”
Disney Cruise Line’s Summer 2024 Line-Up
Lighthouse Point, on the island of Eleuthera in The Bahamas, is Disney Cruise Line’s newest beach retreat created for families—but with plenty of “me” space for adults to enjoy, as well. Restaurants, children’s clubs, private cabanas, immersion tours to learn more about the vibrant Bahamian culture and much more will be available. The inaugural 7-night sailing to the destination departs from Port Canaveral, Florida, on June 8, with two stops at Lighthouse Point and one day at Castaway Cay. However, a 3-night preview cruise will be available on June 6 from Fort Lauderdale for lucky clients to have a sneak peek of Lighthouse Point with limited access. After the inaugural voyage, your clients will be able to choose from select 3-, 4- and 5-night sailings to The Bahamas and The Caribbean on Disney Magic from Fort Lauderdale.
Beyond the Caribbean, Disney Cruise Line will return to favorite European ports of call in the Meditteranean, the Greek Isles, the British Isles, the Norwegian Fjords and Iceland. But the 2024 line-up includes new ports of call: Valencia, Spain; Haugesund, Norway; and Hamburg, Germany, plus three Mediterranean destinations that haven’t been on the itineraries since 2014: Catania, Italy; Kusadasi, Turkey; and Valletta, Malta.
Alaskan adventures are also on the menu, departing from Vancouver, Canada, on Disney Wonder from May through September with 5-, 7- and 9-night sailings. Your clients will be able to taste adventure in Juneau, Skagway and Ketchikan and view the glaciers along the Stikine Icecap.
Clients seeking warmer temperatures can hop aboard Disney Fantasy and Disney Wish for travels through The Bahamas and the Caribbean departing from Port Canaveral. These will include special voyages, with stops in Castaway Cay, Disney Cruise Line’s first private island escape in The Bahamas.
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