Disney Cruise Line Returning to Hawaii, West Coast and Galveston in 2015

Big new coming from Disney Cruise Line!

In the fall of 2015, Disney Cruise Line is returning to popular destinations and home ports for limited-time engagements, and you’ll want to take advantage!

Two Hawaii cruises, a return to the West Coast with departures from San Diego and a Galveston, Texas homecoming make up a season of special sailings. This is big news for those who have wanted to cruise to Hawaii or prefer ports close to home. 

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Hawaii Sailings


Disney Cruise Line will explore the Hawaiian Islands with two special 10-night cruises in September. The Disney Wonder {review at the link} will sail through the breathtaking beauty of the Hawaiian Islands, where guests can experience the famous beaches of Waikiki on Oahu, see the views from high atop the summit of Haleakala Crater on Maui, take in the lush tropical gardens and waterfalls of Kauai and, on Hawaii Island — the Big Island, explore the natural wonders of the world’s most active volcano.

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Galveston to the Bahamas


Starting in November, Disney Cruise Line will return to Galveston for the holiday season, offering a seven-night itinerary aboard the Disney Wonder to Key West; Nassau, Bahamas and Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay. 


San Diego to Baja


Disney Cruise Line will also return to the West Coast for a limited time, offering six cruises from San Diego aboard the Disney Wonder. The five-night Baja sailings depart Oct. 4, 11 and 18, stopping at Cabo San Lucas and Ensenada, Mexico. A three-night cruise on Oct. 1 stops at Ensenada. Two-night Weekend Getaway voyages depart Oct. 9 and 16, giving guests the perfect weekend retreat aboard their Disney ship.

Disney Cruise Line Returning to Hawaii, West Coast Galveston in 2015


Port Canaveral and Miami to the Bahamas and Caribbean


In 2015, Disney Cruise Line will sail from Port Canaveral and Miami to the Bahamas and Caribbean on a variety of itineraries. All of these cruises include a stop at Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay.

Bookings will be open to the public on May 21, 2014. More details on the 2015 itineraries and pricing can be found on the Itineraries and Ports for 2015 section of disneycruise.com. 


Make sure to read up on our Disney Cruise reviews when our family sailed on the Disney Wonder!

** photo source: dclnews.com




  1. We’ve been waiting for Disney to leave out of San Diego since we live here!! I cannot wait to book our first Disney cruise in about a year (when the kids are older).

  2. What cruise to choose…. both my girls have been asking to go on a Disney cruise. I think it would be a fantastic way to go back to Honolulu!

    1. Oh that would be nice! Living in AB, lots of people go to Hawaii for the the shorter flights, yet we’ve never been. I hear nothing but great things – perhaps next time you could cruise there with a stop at Aulani! 😉

    1. We loved our Disney Cruise, everything about it. Make sure to read my posts and let me know if you have any questions!

  3. I’d love to do the Hawaiian cruise! My 9 year old and I have a deal–when he graduates from high school, he and I will be heading somewhere on a Disney cruise!

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