Disney Cruise Line Summer 2025 Itineraries Released

Rikki By Rikki3 min read
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Today, Disney shared details about where Disney Cruise Line will be sailing in the summer of 2025! The six ships will be sailing around the world, including The Bahamas and Caribbean, Alaska, and Europe.

Bookings open to the public on March 22, 2024. However, those who part of the Castaway Club (and a few others) can book early! Here are the dates you need to know:

  • Pearl Castaway Club Members: Monday, March 18, 2024
  • Platinum Castaway Club Members, Golden Oak and Club 33 Members: Tuesday, March 19, 2024
  • Gold Castaway Club Members: Wednesday, March 20, 2024
  • Silver Castaway Club Members, Disney Vacation Club and Adventure Insiders: Thursday, March 21, 2024
  • Bookings open to all Guests: Friday, March 22, 2024

Ok….let’s take a look at which ship is sailing where:

Disney Fantasy

For the first time ever, the Disney Fantasy will spend the summer in Europe. It will see from Northern Europe to the Mediterranean from May to late July. There will be five- to 12-night sailings from Barcelona, Spain and Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy. In addition, there will be one special 12-night sailing to the Greek Isles will feature three stops in Greece, two in Italy and the season’s only stop in Valetta, Malta.

From late July to September, the Disney Fantasy will sail from Southampton, United Kingdom to numerous destinations including Spain, Norway and British Isles.

Disney Wonder

The Disney Wonder will once again embark on adventures to Alaska from Vancouver, Canada, with five-, seven-, eight- and nine-night sailings from May to September. Destinations will include Juneau, Skagway and Ketchikan.

Disney Treasure

The Disney Treasure, the newest ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet, will follow its inaugural season with seven-night itineraries from Port Canaveral to the Eastern and Western Caribbean. Eastern Caribbean sailings will sail to Disney’s private island paradise, Disney Castaway Cay, along with Tortola and St. Thomas. Western Caribbean sailings will sail to Falmouth in Jamaica, Grand Cayman and Cozumel, Mexico. The week-long voyages will also offer at least two days at sea.


Disney Magic

The Disney Magic will homeport in Port Canaveral for the first time since summer 2016. Guests will be able to sail on four- and five-night sailings to The Bahamas and both of Disney’s island destinations. One special 10-night southern Caribbean sailing in July will take families to both of Disney Cruise Line’s island destinations along with Antigua, St. Kitts, San Juan and Tortola in the British Virgin Islands.

Disney Dream

The Disney Dream will take guests to Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point in summer 2025. Select itineraries will include stops at both Disney Castaway Cay and Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point.

Disney Wish

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The Disney Wish will also sail from Port Canaveral, offering three- and four- night sailings to Nassau and Disney Castaway Cay. In South Florida, the Disney Dream will sail from Fort Lauderdale on three- to five-night sailings to one or both of Disney’s magical island destinations along with Nassau or Cozumel.

Final Thoughts

These are some great itineraries and I would certainly like to do one that sails to the new Lighthouse Point!

And if you do want to book a cruise for summer 2025, you should absolutely contact Jocelyn Martins at The Magic For Less Travel who specializes in the art of personalized vacation planning. She provides a guest-driven, concierge level planning service. Best of all, Jocelyn’s service is provided free of charge. Click here to get your free, no-obligation quote today!

But now, I want to know your thoughts. Where do you want to sail and on which ship? You can share with me in the comments or on social! Find me on FacebookXYouTubeInstagram, Threads, and TikTok.

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