Disney Cruise Line returns to New York in fall 2016 with sailings to Bahamas

Published on : Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Disney Cruise LineDisney Cruise Line will return to New York in fall 2016, with sailings visiting the Bahamas, Disney’s private island Castaway Cay and stops at Port Canaveral that include a visit to Walt Disney World.

For the first time in four years, Disney Cruise Line will return to New York for a limited time in the fall of 2016.

Disney Cruise Line guests can immerse themselves in the animated hit “Frozen” with brand-new experiences inspired by the film, including new character meet and greets. Mickey Mouse is setting sail for Manhattan.

Cruises on the Disney Magic will set out from the Manhattan Cruise Terminal in Hell’s Kitchen for destinations along the Canadian coast or the Bahamas.

On the Disney Magic, super hero “recruits” get a special visit from Captain America while training at Marvel’s Avengers Academy in Disney’s Oceaneer Club. Marvel’s Avengers Academy invites young crime-fighters into a high-tech command post used by The Avengers for special missions and operations training.

It’s the first time Disney has offered cruises out of the Big Apple since the Magic set sail from here in the summer of 2012.

AquaDunk on the Disney Magic is a thrilling new three-story body slide that begins with a surprise launch when the floor beneath guests’ feet opens like a trap door. The drop sends them on an exhilarating, swift and splashy ride in a tube that extends 20 feet over the side of the ship.

First up is a five-night Canadian cruise leaving on Oct. 2, 2016 that stops in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and Saint John, New Brunswick. While kids will appreciate on-ship meet and greets with Disney characters like Olaf from “Frozen,” their parents can enjoy views of natural vistas, explore historic sites, visit cafes and shops, and stop by Canada’s oldest farmer’s market.

In fall 2016, Disney Cruise Line will sail a variety of itineraries with a stop at Disney’s private island Castaway Cay, including cruises from New York, Galveston and first-ever seven-night cruises from Miami.
Then on Oct. 7, 2016, the Disney Magic will sail from New York on an eight-night Bahamian cruise that includes stops at Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay; Nassau, Bahamas; and Port Canaveral, Fla., which is about hour from Disney World. When the ship stops at Port Canaveral, guests can hop off to visit Disney theme parks in Orlando. Each guest on the sailing will receive a one-day Walt Disney World Park Hopper ticket and round-trip transportation between the ship and parks.

If you go:

There are several other Disney cruises being offered out of New York in the fall of 2016, with rates starting at $930 per person, based on double occupancy.




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