Disney Cruise Line unveils itineraries with calls to new Bahamian destination

By Harry Kemble
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Disney Cruise Line will debut its new destination on the Bahamian island of Eleuthera next year.

Starting on 6 June, from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Disney Magic will operate a three-night preview cruise that will give passengers a sneak peek of the new destination at Lighthouse Point (pictured).

The Lighthouse Point stop-off will then be featured in selected three, four or five-night sailings on Disney Magic to The Bahamas and Caribbean from Fort Lauderdale.

Passengers on the inaugural 8 June departure will be among the first to visit Lighthouse Point.

Prices for a three-night sailing, departing on 19 June, 2024, with calls to Lighthouse Point and Nassau, Bahamas, start from £1,984.

Itineraries will either call into Lighthouse Point or Castaway Cay, but five special departures include both Disney Cruise Line island destinations.

Next summer, Disney Dream will return to European destinations in the Mediterranean, Greek Islands, British Isles, Norwegian Fjords and Iceland.

There will also be three-, four- and five-night round-trip sailings from Southampton visiting destinations in Spain, Belgium and France during the school holidays.

The lead-in price for the four-night France Cruise from Southampton on 12 August is £2,327.

New ports of call in Valencia, Spain; Haugesund, Norway; Hamburg, Germany will also feature in the summer 2024 programme.

Catania, Italy; Kusadasi, Turkey; and Valletta, Malta will return for the first time since 2014.

Disney Wonder will offer five-, seven- and nine-night Alaska cruises from Vancouver, Canada, from May to September 2024.

Disney Fantasy and Disney Wish will cruise in the Bahamas and Caribbean next summer.

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