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Thread: New Itineraries and Ports for 2012

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    Great things are happening from coast to coast in 2012! Disney Cruise Line now offers cruises departing from exciting ports like New York, Seattle, Galveston and Los Angeles to a variety of fantastic new destinations. Disney is cruising to more of your favorite vacation destinations than ever before.

    You can begin booking the new itineraries April 8, 2011 at 8:00 a.m. EDT. Just call one of our Vacation Specialists at (800) 951-3532 or ask your travel agent.

    Cruises Sailing from New York, NY
    Board the Disney Magic in The Big Apple and sail away to picturesque ports in the tropics or Canada.

    8-Night Bahamian Cruises

    Port Canaveral, FL (the gateway to Walt Disney World Resort)
    Nassau
    Disney's own Castaway Cay
    And 4 fun-filled days at sea
    5-Night Canada/New England Coast Cruises

    Halifax, Nova Scotia
    Saint John, New Brunswick
    And 2 glorious days at sea
    Weekend Getaways
    Or board a weekend getaway that departs from New York City and goes out to sea for 2 blissful days!

    Voyages that Set Sail from Galveston, Texas
    Depart the southern charms of Galveston on the scintillating 7-night Western Caribbean cruise featuring:

    Grand Cayman
    Costa Maya, Mexico
    Cozumel, Mexico
    3 relaxing days at sea


    Cruises Departing from Seattle, Washington
    With its iconic skyline and celebrated coffee, Seattle is the launching point for the incredible 7-night Alaska cruise! Explore such ports as:

    Tracy Arm
    Skagway
    Juneau
    Ketchikan
    Victoria, British Columbia
    And enjoy a day at sea with all the amenities aboard a Disney Cruise Line ship!

    First-Time Hawaiian Cruise from Los Angeles, California
    This special cruise is sure to book up fast! Set sail for the extraordinary beauty of the islands on the 15-night Hawai`i cruise. It includes such ports as:

    Hilo, Hawai`i
    Kahului, Maui
    Honolulu, O`ahu
    Nawiliwili, Kauai
    Ensenada, Mexico
    Between stops, revel in 9 luxurious days at sea on this trip through paradise. Lounge on sun-kissed decks. Sip delicious drinks in cozy lounges. Say aloha to the ultimate in relaxation!

    Disney Cruise Line ships feature an abundance of events and activities sure to amaze and delight the entire family. From live entertainment and Character experiences, to fine dining and dazzling fireworks, to Disney's world-renowned service and qualityóthere's magic at every turn.

    Tom (... self appointed Assistant Cruise Director! )

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    Curses!

    This means I've only got two days to win the lottery!

    Tom (... wanna be lottery winner.)

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    Boo! Dh had agreed that Caitlin and I do the European one. ...

















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    So which one are we doing next Tom? [After the Dream cruise that is...before you remind me. ]





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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowhand, post: 249350
    So which one are we doing next Tom? [After the Dream cruise that is...before you remind me. ]
    I tell ya' Terry, I'd love to do the Hawaiian one.
    The Canadian one or the Alaska one wouldn't be bad either.

    Just don't know if I'm going to be able to swing any of them right now unless I win the lottery.

    Tom (... but it's fun to think about anyway!)

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    I think we are going to book the August New York/Canadian one as itís My DHís 40<SUP>th</SUP> and he had been thinking New York for a trip anyway, However the kids are asking for a Florida add on too which we are very tempted to do.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p>
    .....But I promised my brother we would visit him in Australia next year as Iíve never been to visit in the ten years heís lived there. So we need to let him down gently first before we book, also we donít go on our first Disney cruise until October this year so donít even know if we like it.
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    Exciting though, we would plan a few days of touristy stuff and a Broadway show before the cruise.<o:p></o:p>

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    Quote Originally Posted by *Bambi-Belle*, post: 249460
    donít even know if we like it.
    Oh, don't worry about that.

    You'll like it. That's practically guaranteed!

    Tom (... and that's the truth!)

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