Black Meetings and Tourism

July / August 2018

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I n fall 2019, Disney Cruise Line will return to favorite destinations and home ports on a variety of itineraries, including adventures to Bermuda, Bahamas, Baja, Canada and the Caribbean. With cruis- es ranging from two-night getaways to week- long vacations and beyond, this season of sailings offers countless opportunities for families to delight in Disney magic, explore exotic locales and make lifelong memories together. Bookings are open to the public, with more details on 2019 itineraries found on the Port and Itineraries for 2019 page of dis- SAILINGS TO BERMUDA, BAHAMAS AND CANADA FROM NEW YORK The Disney Magic returns to New York in September for a selection of departures to a diverse collection of destinations, including luxurious Bermuda, sun-kissed Bahamas and historic New Brunswick, Canada. Three special five-night cruises feature two days in Bermuda, allowing extra time for guests to indulge in the island nation's famous pink-sand beaches, world-class shopping, abundant water activities and dis- tinctive blend of British and Caribbean cul- ture. During two seven-night sailings from New York to the Bahamas, cruisers are treat- ed to a double-dose of pixie dust. A stop at Disney's private island, Castaway Cay, is paired with a day at Port Canaveral, Florida, where every guest receives a one-day Walt Disney World Park Hopper ticket and round- trip transportation to the theme parks in nearby Orlando. A single five-night cruise to Canada transports guests from New York to charming Saint John, New Brunswick with a stop in Bar Harbor, Maine. Saint John is the home of majestic natural phenomena like the renowned Reversing Falls and the world's highest tides, located where the Saint John River meets the Bay of Fundy. Baja and Mexican Riviera Voyages from California. In September, the Disney Wonder sets sail for a limited engagement in San Diego, where guests embark on adventures to Baja and the Mexican Riviera. Baja itineraries highlight the region's famous beaches and exciting water activities with calls on Cabo San Lucas and Ensenada, Mexico. Two exclusive seven-night Mexican Riviera sail- ings feature the snorkeling and scuba diving hot spots Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlán and Cabo San Lucas. Disney Cruise Line guests can enrich their experience by combining select San Diego-based cruises with a pre-cruise pack- age from Adventures by Disney, a leader in family guided group vacations. During this three-night itinerary, guests embark on a rare behind-the-magic visit to The Walt Disney Studios and Disney Archives, a private tour of Walt Disney Imagineering and a visit to the place where it all began — the Disneyland Resort. Vacations to Bahamas and Caribbean from Texas Beginning late November, the Disney Wonder will make Galveston its home port for a special series of sailings to the Caribbean and Bahamas, with options at four, six and seven nights. Caribbean cruises include stops in Grand Cayman; Cozumel, Mexico; and Falmouth, Jamaica. Bahamian itineraries feature stops in Castaway Cay and Key West, Florida. Two of the Bahamian sailings also take guests to Nassau, Bahamas, while another includes an exclusive second day on Disney's private island. Tropical Escapes from Florida In fall 2019, the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy continue sailing guest- favorite itineraries to the Bahamas and Caribbean from Port Canaveral, while the Disney Magic returns to Miami in November with a variety of cruise lengths and itineraries. The Disney Magic's diverse lineup B M & T ••• July/August 2018 ••• 28 C R U I S E N E W S DISNEY CRUISE LINE DEBUTS DIVERSE LINEUP OF ITINERARIES AND HOME PORTS FOR FALL 2019 FAMILY FUN AWAITS DURING DEPARTURES FROM NEW YORK, CALIFORNIA, TEXAS AND FLORIDA

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