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Disney Cruise Line Has Expanded To This Culturally-Rich City

By Isha Thorpe

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Disney Cruise Line just made a major announcement: It’s heading to New Orleans, Louisiana! 

 

Commencing in 2020, the Disney Wonder cruise will venture to the Caribbean, as well as the Bahamas from the southern hotspot filled with great culture and great food. This will be the first time in the company’s history that it will kick off some of its cruises in New Orleans. If you ask us, it sounds like a super fun and exciting move.

 

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“The Disney Wonder will embark on six cruises during this limited-time season from New Orleans, including four-, six- and seven-night Western Caribbean sailings; a seven-night Bahamian cruise; and a 14-night Panama Canal voyage, departing Feb. 7 through March 6,” a press release for Disney reads. For those of you who would like to learn even more about the new cruise route, check out more info about it on the official site here

 

Though we know that this new journey will begin in 2020, we’re not sure of the exact date yet. We just know that it will happen sometime early in the year. But, that’s not the only surprise that Disney Cruise Line has in store for its loyal customers around the country and world. The cruise will also be heading back to the beautiful U.S. state of Hawaii, which it hasn’t gone to in five long years, with two amazing nine-night cruises. On top of that, Disney Cruise Line will also be taking two seven-night cruises to the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico. That journey will kick off in San Juan.

 

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Do these trips sound interesting to you? Well, you’ll be able to buy tickets for the cruises beginning Thursday (Oct. 4). Have fun and remember to take lots of pics for Instagram!

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