There is something magical about Old Quebec City that it is even catching the attention of the company behind Mickey Mouse.
Disney Cruise Line has announced that it will be running two cruise itineraries from Quebec City in September 2018 using the 2,713-passenger capacity Disney Magic. The vessel will also make stops at two other Canadian ports new to the cruise line – Saguenay and Baie-Comeau – on the way to New York City, its final destination.
“At Disney Cruise Line, we take pride in creating exciting cruise itineraries filled with unforgettable places, experiences and people, and we are thrilled to bring our special brand of magic to Québec City in the fall of 2018,” said Tom Wolber, senior vice president, Disney Cruise Line operations.
“I know our guests will enjoy having plenty of time to discover the city’s many attractions and offerings, from the beautiful architecture and historic landmarks, to the delightful parks, shops and restaurants.”
Disney Cruise Line currently has four vessels, with the largest being the 4,000-passenger capacity Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy. Another two vessels will be added to fleet in 2021.
The Disney Wonder, the sister vessel of the Disney Magic, calls Vancouver its home port during the summer months each year. It runs 17 week-long cruise itineraries between downtown Vancouver and destinations in Alaska.