Disney Magic will return to Greece in summer 2021, with four cruises to the isles between May and July (Image: Disney Cruise Line)
Disney Cruise Line has revealed the itineraries it will offer during the summer season in 2021. The cruise line’s ships will offer sailings to destinations in the Caribbean, Bahamas and Europe, including three new ports of call in Greece, Norway and Sweden.
Disney Magic will visit destinations in the Mediterranean from May to July, offering four cruises of eight to 11 nights to the Greek Isles, where she will make the cruise line’s first call to the island of Kefalonia.
The ship will then reposition to northern Europe and visit the British Isles, Iceland and the Norwegian fjords between July and September. Among her destinations will be the medieval city of Visby in Sweden, and the village of Eidfjord in Norway, which will be first time ports-of-call for Disney.
In addition, Disney will offer several voyages in the Caribbean, ranging from three- to nine-night cruises. Disney Fantasy will embark on sailings throughout the region in the summer, with most itineraries including a stop at the cruise line’s private island, Castaway Cay. Disney Dream will also call at the private destination on her three- and four-night Bahamian cruises.
Meanwhile, Disney Wonder will return to Alaska, offering seven-night itineraries departing from Vancouver, Canada. One nine-night voyage will visit Hubbard Glacier and Icy Strait Point, while a five-night cruise will travel to Dawes Glacier and Ketchikan.
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