It’s been announced that in the fall of 2017, Disney cruisers will once again be able to sail from New York, California and Texas. These special seasons – homeporting from New York City, San Diego and Galveston – are in addition to cruises from Florida (Port Canaveral and Miami). Here are the highlights…

Disney Cruise Line Cruiser Returning to Port at New York, New York

From New York City: Canada Coast and Bahamas Cruises
Cruises from New York City on the Disney Magic include a variety of Canada coast and Bahamas itineraries. Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, is a new port of call on a seven-night Canada sailing – our longest-ever voyage to the Atlantic Canada coast. Bar Harbor, Maine, is another new port of call and part of a five-night sailing that will also stop at Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.

Seven- and eight-night sailings to the Bahamas from New York all include a visit to Castaway Cay and to Port Canaveral, Fla., giving you the opportunity to visit Walt Disney World Resort. Each guest on these sailings will receive a one-day Walt Disney World Park Hopper ticket and round-trip transportation for the short drive between the ship and the resort.

View from a Disney Cruise Line Cruiser on a Bahama Cruise

From San Diego, California: Baja and Mexican Riviera Cruises
San Diego voyages on the Disney Wonder visit Baja and the Mexican Riviera. In Cabo San Lucas and Ensenada, Mexico, you’ll enjoy world-famous beaches and snorkeling. Puerto Vallerta and Mazatlan are where cliff diving and ziplining through the jungle canopy take center stage.

Disney Cruise Line Cruise on a Texas Cruise from Gavelston Port

From Galveston, Texas: Caribbean and Bahamas Cruises
Following the season in San Diego, the Disney Wonder will sail from Galveston, Texas on seven-night cruises to the Caribbean and the Bahamas. Western Caribbean itineraries visit Cozumel,Grand Cayman and Falmouth, Jamaica. All Bahamian itineraries include a stop at Castaway Cay,Key West and Nassau.

Bookings open to the public May 26, 2016. More details on the itineraries can be found on thePorts and Itineraries for 2017 page of