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Adventuring in the Atlantic and the Baltic

Adventuring in the Atlantic and the Baltic

Adventuring in the Atlantic and the Baltic


The Atlantic is the gulf that both separates and unites Old World and New. Its boundaries, for our purposes, encompass all North American East Coast ports north of Florida, all of Northern Europe, all islands east and/or north of the Bahamas/Caribbean, and the Iberian Peninsula's Atlantic Coast (including Gibraltar). Once you sail eastward through the Straits of Gibraltar you're in the Mediterranean, which has a chapter of its own.

Ports in this region are called upon seasonally by Disney Cruise Line, with the focus on variety. In 2017, only New York and Copenhagen (both ports of embarkation) are visited more than three times, and many are visited just once. Of 14 itineraries offered, 11 are one-time-only affairs. If you eliminate the two Bahamas itineraries that depart from New York City, there is just one itinerary that repeats. The situation is quite similar in 2018, with the exception of the five, new Bermuda sailings. We start this chapter with the three ports of embarkation (Copenhagen, Dover, and New York City). The remaining ports follow in alphabetic order. As some ports serve several cities, here's a handy chart to help you find your ports.

Name Section Heading Page
Akureyri Akureyri, Iceland page 432
Ålesund Ålesund, Norway page 434
Amsterdam Amsterdam, Netherlands page 436
Azores Ponta Delgado (Azores), Portugal page 476
Bar Harbor Bar Harbor, Maine page 438
Bergen Bergen, Norway page 440
Berlin Warnemünde/Berlin, Germany page 512
Charlottetown Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island page 444
Copenhagen Copenhagen, Denmark page 419
Dover Dover, England page 423
Dublin Dublin, Ireland page 446
Edinburgh Greenock, Scotland page 450
Geiranger Geiranger, Norway page 448
Glasgow Greenock, Scotland page 450
Greenock Greenock, Scotland page 450
Guernsey St. Peter Port, Guernsey page 488
Hebrides Hebrides, Scotland page 456
Helsinki Helsinki, Finland page 458
Invergordon Invergordon, Scotland page 462
Kirkwall Kirkwall, Scotland page 466
Le Havre Le Havre, France page 468
Lisbon Lisbon, Portugal page 470
Liverpool Liverpool, England page 472
New York City New York, New York page 427
Newcastle Newcastle, England page 474
Newfoundland St. John's, Newfoundland page 490
Orkney Islands Kirkwall, Scotland page 466
Ponta Delgada Ponta Delgada (Azores), Portugal page 476
Portland Portland (Stonehenge), England page 478
Prince Edward Island Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island page 444
Reykjavik Reykjavik, Iceland page 480
Russia St. Petersburg, Russia page 494
Saint John Saint John, New Brunswick page 484
St. Peter Port St. Peter Port, Guernsey page 488
St. John's St. John's, Newfoundland page 490
St. Petersburg St. Petersburg, Russia page 494
Stavanger Stavanger, Norway page 498
Stockholm Stockholm, Sweden page 502
Stonehenge Portland (Stonehenge), England page 478
Sydney Sydney, Nova Scotia page 506
Tallinn Tallinn, Estonia page 508
Warnemünde Warnemünde/Berlin, Germany page 512
     
     
     

 

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