Disney Cruise Line unveils new family-friendly itineraries for Summer 2021

Feb 25 2020, 4:38 pm

Disney Cruise Line has added new itineraries and port destinations for its Summer 2021 sailings, including (by popular request) venturing back to Greece.

Between May and July, the Disney Magic will explore multiple desirable Mediterranean destinations, such as Spain, the Greek Isles, and the French Riviera.

“The Disney Magic will return to the awe-inspiring beauty of Greece in Summer 2021, where guests can marvel at the stunning landscapes and archeological wonders of the region, like Santorini with its iconic whitewashed cliffside dwellings and Mykonos with beautiful beaches along the azure Aegean Sea,” the official press release explains.

 

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“Four special voyages will visit the Greek Isles, with cruises ranging from eight to 11 nights.”

All Mediterranean itineraries will feature select locations in Greece, each highlighting specific notable destinations across the region.

Alternative ports to be visited include the picturesque Kefalonia, to which Disney Cruise Line has never ventured, as well as Katakolon near Olympia — the location of the very first Olympic Games.

 

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Among the new ports featured on the new itineraries are Visby, Sweden, a city with some of the most well-preserved medieval structures in Scandinavia, and Eidfjord, Norway, located near Hardangervidda, the largest national park in the country.

As well, the Disney Wonder ship will venture back to Alaska over the Summer 2021 season, providing passengers with the unique privilege to admire the plethora of astounding natural wonders, including mountains, extensive forests, and wildlife.

Disney Cruise Line will also be venturing to a mixture of sunny destinations in Summer 2021, including the Caribbean and the Bahamas.

 

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“Ranging from three- to nine-night sailings, the varied itineraries allow guests to experience charming island cultures, sunbathe on golden beaches and revel in local marketplaces,” the press release describes.

“Most itineraries include a stop at Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay.”

For additional information on booking and prices, as well as the full press release, visit the official Disney Cruise Line website.