Disney Cruise Line introduces new routes to Bermuda and Quebec, Canada in 2018
Hop on board the Disney Cruise, now on the way to a few new locations
Looking for a unique idea for a family vacation? Try your luck at Disney Cruises! Disney Cruise Line will be sailing into the fairytale city of Quebec, Canada beginning next fall, in a new itinerary that will lift anchor from New York. Along with the Port of Quebec, the sailings will stop at other Quebec locations including Saguenay and Baie-Comeau. Guests will also be able to sail out to states such as California and Texas at the end of Fall 2018.
Charm your children and indulge in your childhood fantasies on board the Disney themed cruises. Quebec City is a natural stopover for the brand built on princesses and fairy tales, with its old-world European charm, real-world castles, cobblestone streets, and towering fortresses. With an abundance of scrumptious local cuisines and sights to see when you disembark, the trip will be a feast for the senses. The seven-night New York and Quebec City sailings launch in September 2018.
It’s not the first time Disney will be sailing into Canada. Other itineraries leaving from New England take guests to idyllic ports along Maritime Canada, including New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia. Disney also revealed details on another inaugural sailing from New York that will take guests to Bermuda in the fall of 2018, a first for the brand.
And in other cruise news, Royal Caribbean announced plans to open the first year-long program to Cuba, that will offer 58 new cruises from January 2018 to March 2018. Half of the four and five-night itineraries will feature overnight stays in Havana.
For more information, do visit Disney Cruises.