Disney Hawaii

Disney Cruise Line (DCL) will return to Hawaii in early 2022

From Miami, Disney Magic sails four- and five-night Bahamian cruises and five-night Western Caribbean cruises. 

One special three-night sailing to Castaway Cay and Key West makes the perfect long weekend escape. 
Disney Wonder also sails Western Caribbean getaways early in the year, first from Galveston, Texas, with four-night itineraries, followed by four- and six-night voyages from New Orleans. 

A special six-night Bahamian voyage offered from both Galveston and New Orleans gives guests the opportunity to visit Castaway Cay, in addition to Key West. Disney Wonder returns to San Diego in March and April with cruises to Baja, Mexico, where guests can enjoy the culture, beaches and water activities. Most sailings to the Baja Peninsula call on the coastal city of Ensenada, known for its blue waters and rugged mountainous terrain. 

A two-night cruise to Ensenada has a Friday departure from San Diego, giving guests a weekend getaway to experience world-class entertainment aboard the Disney Wonder. 

Four- and five-night Baja cruises include a visit to Cabo San Lucas in Mexico, a favored destination with dramatic rock formations and white-sand beaches, or to Catalina Island, a tropical gem off the California coast with plenty of outdoor adventures and seaside charm. 

Originally set to launch in early 2022, Disney Wish is now scheduled for its maiden voyage in summer 2022 due to pandemic-related delays at the Meyer-Werft shipyard in Germany. 

As previously announced, Disney Wish will be powered by liquefied natural gas or LNG, considered one of the cleanest burning fuels available. At roughly 144,000 gross registered tons and with 1,250 guest staterooms and 2,500 guests double occupancy, the ship will be slightly larger than the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy. For more information, call 407-325-7664 or visit

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Bookings open to the public on Oct. 22, 2020