Disney Cruise Line promises new itineraries for 2020

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This Thursday morning the Disney Cruise Line will reveal its new cruises for 2020 via a special live streamed event. We’re expecting exciting itineraries allowing guests to explore new destinations and see the world in a new way. From the Caribbean to Alaska, the Bahamas to Canada, and the Mexico Riviera to the French Riviera, Disney Cruise Line has already been delivering magical family cruise experiences that can’t be matched. We can’t wait to see what’s next.

Of course, we’re hopeful that we’ll learn something about the three new ships being added to the Disney fleet. The first will arrive in 2021.

Watch the live event right here this Thursday at 11:00 a.m. EST:

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1 thought on “Disney Cruise Line promises new itineraries for 2020

  1. I’m hoping that, with the new ships, maybe they can park one in New York for the summer and have summer cruises out of there… would save me the cost of a flight.

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