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Disney Cruise Line ~ A Visual Look At Some Of Their AMAZING Ports

0314ZY_0278KP-640x425It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of Disney Cruise Lines. My family and I took our first Disney cruise back in 2011 and immediately fell in love. From the gorgeous ambiance to the incredible service and top-notch amenities, this has quite easily become our favorite line to cruise on as a family. They were awarded the #1 spot in the “Large Ship Cruise Category for Families” by Travel + Leisure for the fourth year in the world and Condé Nast Traveler magazine lists them as the top “Cruise Ships of the World,” year after year.

Over the past 3 years, Disney has added quite a few new itineraries and some incredible new ports. They announced their 2014 itineraries recently and we have more than a couple on our wish list. Thinking of booking a cruise with the happiest line on earth? Here is a list of just 20 of the numerous ports they are visiting for 2013 and 2014.

For more information on Disney Cruise Line and for a full list of itineraries, ports and port activities offered, please visit Disney Cruise Line.


  • Alaskan Cruises 1 of 20
    Alaskan Cruises
    The Disney Wonder sails seven-night cruises from Vancouver, stopping in Tracy Arm, Skagway, Juneau and Ketchikan, Alaska. In 2014 they will be calling on Sitka, Alaska for the first time.
  • Tracy Arm, Alaska 2 of 20
    Tracy Arm, Alaska
    You can't dock at Tracy Arm, but Disney Cruise Line brings you as close as they possibly can to the 30 mile long fjord, created by glacial activity.
  • Juneau, Alaska 3 of 20
    Juneau, Alaska
    Juneau is the state capital of Alaska and the largest capital in area in the United States. Juneau is home to the Mendenhall Glacier, a 1,800-feet deep ice field that runs half a mile wide.
  • Ketchikan, Alaska 4 of 20
    Ketchikan, Alaska
    Like Salmon? Ketchikan, Alaska is known as the "Salmon Capital of the World," and is also home to 3 totem pole parks, boasting the largest collection of original 19th century totem poles in the world.
  • Galveston, Texas 5 of 20
    Galveston, Texas
    Galveston, Texas was added as a port of departure in 2011 for DCL's Western Caribbean cruises.
  • San Juan, Puerto Rico 6 of 20
    San Juan, Puerto Rico
    Rich in Latin culture, the oldest city under U.S. jurisdiction offers warm weather and sunny skies year-round. Take a trip to Old San Juan and visit the Bacardi distillery or the restored 16th and 17th century buildings.
  • Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands 7 of 20
    Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
    Play a round of golf, take a trip to Boatswain's Adventure Marine Park or dip your toes in the ocean on Grand Cayman.
  • St. George’s, Grenada 8 of 20
    St. George's, Grenada
    Starting in 2014, DCL will be offering an incredible Southern Caribbean cruise including ports such as Grenada (the Island of Spice), Antigua, St. Lucia, Barbados and St. Kitts
  • Falmouth, Jamaica 9 of 20
    Falmouth, Jamaica
    Falmouth is a popular cruise port in Jamaica that offers beautiful beaches, river falls and delicious Caribbean cuisine.
  • California Coast 10 of 20
    California Coast
    Sail away on 2, 4, 5 or 7-night cruises through the California Coast. Disney Cruise Line departs from Los Angeles, Vancouver, Canada or San Diego.
  • Castaway Cay, Bahamas 11 of 20
    Castaway Cay, Bahamas
    During a Bahamian cruise, DCL will take you to Nassau as well as their private island Castaway Cay, a paradise complete with white powdery sand, crystal clear waters and activities for kids and adults.
  • Kusadasi, Turkey 12 of 20
    Kusadasi, Turkey
    Kusadasi is yet another new port for 2013. Located along the Aegean Coast, this resort town offers plenty of sandy beaches, access to the ancient city of Ephesus and plenty of archeological sites.
  • Naples, italy 13 of 20
    Naples, italy
    There was plenty of excitement among family cruisers in the cruise forums when Disney Cruise Line added Naples to their list of European ports for 2013! Located near the Gulf of Naples on Italy's west coast, it s rich with fulture, history and architecture dating back to the ancient Romans.
  • Rhodes, Greece 14 of 20
    Rhodes, Greece
    The Temple of Apollo, the Temple of Athena and the beaches of Rhodes are just a few of the highlights found in the Greek Isles. Archeological ruins, cobbled streets, sparkling Aegean waters and 300 days of sunshine. How can you go wrong?
  • Venice, Italy 15 of 20
    Venice, Italy
    Officially known as the "romance capital" of Italy, Venice is an incredible floating city rich with Venetian-Gothic architecture. They use gondolas as one of their main forms of transportation (cars are banned).
  • Cozumel, Mexico 16 of 20
    Cozumel, Mexico
    Home to the world's healthiest coral reefs, Xelha Mayan ruins and covered in lush vegetation, Cozumel is a popular destination for cruisers and family travelers.
  • Panama Canal 17 of 20
    Panama Canal
    Choose from 14 or 15-night cruises that will take you to Columbia and a few spots in Mexico before sailing through the famous Panama Canal
  • Villefranche, France 18 of 20
    Villefranche, France
    Located on the French Riviera, Villefranche is a gorgeous spot with plenty of landmarks and historical sites dating back several centuries.
  • Funchal (Madeira), Portugal 19 of 20
    Funchal (Madeira), Portugal
    Funchal is located on the island of Mediera and is described as a "tropical Eden" with its stunning scenery and exotic scents.
  • Barcelona, Spain 20 of 20
    Barcelona, Spain
    Immerse yourself in the Mediterranean culture with the tastes, sights and history of beautiful Barcelona in Spain.

Find more of Nadia’s writing on her site Child Mode. You can also find her on Disney Baby and Hip Baby. Love social media? So does she! Follow her daily on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and Pinterest.

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