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Choosing Your Itinerary in Alaska, Mexico, Eastern Canada, and Bermuda

Choosing Your Itinerary in Alaska, Mexico, Eastern Canada, and Bermuda

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 Alaskan Cruises: Disney Cruise Line's 2018 and 2019 Alaska seasons include the familiar 7-night itinerary, plus some variations.

5-Night Alaskan Itinerary (Vancouver, Disney Wonder): Consider this an "Alaskan Sampler." On July 18, 2018 and July 17, 2019 the Disney Wonder departs Vancouver, Canada, visiting Tracy Arm Fjord and Ketchikan, plus 2 days at sea. Ketchikan is the only day ashore, as the ship doesn't dock in Tracy Arm. Time afloat: 68 hours.

7-Night Alaskan Itineraries (Vancouver, Disney Wonder): The Disney Wonder's 7-night itineraries sail Mondays from Vancouver, Canada. The first of the 7-night 2018 voyages departs May 21, 2018 while the first of the 7-night 2019 voyages departs May 20, 2019. Trace the famed Inside Passage north to the Alaskan Panhandle, enjoying non-stop vistas of mountains, glaciers, forests, and fjords. After a scenic first day at sea, the ship cruises the Tracy Arm Fjord, visits historic Skagway, Juneau, and Ketchikan. The June 25, 2018 and September 3, 2018 departures add a visit to Icy Strait Point (Tracy Arm and Juneau are visited on the same day). Actual time afloat: 164 hours.

9-Night Alaskan Itinerary (Vancouver, Disney Wonder): On July 9, 2018 and July 8, 2019 the Disney Wonder visits Icy Strait Point (Hoonah, Alaska) and Hubbard Glacier, along with calls at all the Wonder's regular Alaskan destinations. As always, there are two days at sea. Time afloat: 212 hours.

7-Night Alaskan:
Monday: Set sail
Tuesday: At sea
Wednesday: Tracy Arm
Thursday: Skagway
Friday: Juneau
Saturday: Ketchikan
Sunday: At Sea
Monday: Return to port

Glacial ice slowly slides past an Alaskan hillside

Baja California and Mexican Riviera Cruises: In 2018 Disney Cruise Line boosts its San Diego offerings to round-trip cruises, falling both before and after the Disney Wonder's summer in Alaska.

2-Night Baja Cruise (San Diego, Disney Wonder): This is the perfect extended-weekend getaway! On three Fridays in early 2018, and a pair in Fall 2018, the Disney Wonder departs San Diego for  Ensenada, Mexico. You'll have two nights aboard, but no days at sea. Time afloat: 44 hours.

3-Night Baja cruise (San Diego, Disney Wonder): On May 13, 2018, the Wonder embarks on a 3-night voyage from San Diego, California featuring a stop in Ensenada, Mexico and one day at sea. Time afloat: 68 hours.

4-Night Baja cruise (San Diego, Disney Wonder): On September 19, 2018 the Wonder heads to the southern tip of Baja to visit Cabo San Lucas. There will also be 2 restful days at sea. Time afloat: 92 hours.

5-Night Baja cruise (San Diego, Disney Wonder): On four dates in Fall 2018 the Disney Wonder departs San Diego, stopping in Ensenada and Cabo San Lucas, plus 2 days at sea. Time afloat: 116 hours.

7-Night Mexican Riviera Itineraries (San Diego, Disney Wonder): On October 7, 2018 the Disney Wonder heads for the Mexican Riviera ports of Mazatlán and  Puerto Vallarta, stopping along the way at Cabo San Lucas on the southern tip of Baja California. Three days at sea are icing on the cake! Time afloat: 164 hours.

Eastern Canada Cruises: During Fall 2018, the Disney Magic will sail Canada's Atlantic Coast from New York City.

4-Night Canada cruise (New York, Disney Magic): On October 9, 2018, the Disney Magic heads up the coast to Saint John, New Brunswick on the Bay of Fundy, with the bonus of two days at sea. Time afloat: 92 hours

7-Night Quebec City cruise (New York, Quebec City, Disney Magic): In Fall 2018 the Magic hosts a pair of one-way cruises, the first from New York to Quebec City (an inaugural visit), the next departs Quebec City headed back to New York. Both feature an overnight stay in Quebec City, first-time visits to Saguenay and Baie-Comeau (Quebec), a call at Halifax (Nova Scotia), and two days at sea. Time afloat: 164 hours

5- and 6-Night Bermuda cruises (New York, Disney Magic): For the first time, Bermuda is part of the DCL line-up. October 2018 features four, 5-night sailings and one 6-nighter departing New York City bound for King's Wharf, Bermuda. The 5-night cruise features an overnight stay at King's Wharf, and the 6-night itinerary adds a second overnight (three days ashore in Bermuda). Both itineraries include two days at sea. Time afloat: 116 or 140 hours.

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Top Photo Slice: A close-up of the glacier at the mouth of Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska (℗ 52379) Photo contributed by © chezp



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