Disney Cruise Line Trips Sailing out of NYC
I am so stinkin excited about this guys because it means HUGE Savings for those of us who are in the North! Now instead of having to catch a flight to Florida to get on a Disney cruise we can just take a drive to New York City!! This will mean BIG Savings because as we all know air fare is not cheap and on top of that you also have to factor in a night or 2 at a hotel because of the departure times of the cruises! You can find all the cruise information here.
The 2018 Disney Cruise dates for the cruises departing from NYC are:
- September 20th (7 night cruise)
- September 27th (7 night cruise)
- October 4 (5 night cruise)
- October 13 (6 night cruise)
- October 19 (5 night cruise)
- October 24 (5 night cruise)
- October 29(5 night cruise)
The destinations are different for each cruise, but some of the destinations are Bermuda, Canada, Port Canaveral, Florida and more! Plus some of the cruises also include a stop at Disney World!!
New York Disney Cruise Destinations:
Bathe on sun-kissed sands, swim in clear-blue waters, shop bustling bazaars brimming with handmade goods—and find your own slice of paradise on Disney’s private island oasis, Castaway Cay. On select sailings, you can even spend the day at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, with a one-day Park Hopper ticket included with your cruise.
Set sail to our neighbor in the North, with stops in scenic cultural hubs that include Charlottetown, Sydney, Halifax or Saint John. Boasting museums, galleries and gardens just waiting to be explored, plus quaint cafés and exciting shopping seemingly around every corner, Canada transports all who set food on her shores with a sense of awe amid a picturesque landscape, be it seaside or citywide.
Embark on a voyage to the picture-perfect Caribbean—home to sweeping coastal views, family-friendly excursions by land and sea, age-old historic sites plus an abundance of unique dining and shopping opportunities—and soak up the timeless allure of Tortola, St. Maarten or even San Juan during a one-way cruise to this historic island.
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