Disney Cruise Line Adds Itineraries for 2017

Beginning in 2017, the cruise line will visit new ports and new destinations in Europe and Alaska By: Lindsay Weinberg
Next year, Disney will sail to new destinations, such as Alaska. // © 2016 Disney Cruise Line
Next year, Disney will sail to new destinations, such as Alaska. // © 2016 Disney Cruise Line

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Beginning in 2017, families can experience Disney Cruise Line’s new ports of call and itineraries, in addition to first-time destinations in Europe and Alaska. Starting next May, clients can sail to Amsterdam, a city known for its tulips and canals.

The 15-night transatlantic crossing also stops in Copenhagen, Denmark, and Portland, England, located near Stonehenge, one of the Seven Wonders of the Medieval World. In July, Disney Wonder will depart from Vancouver, British Columbia, and head to Alaska, where clients will visit Icy Strait Point and the 6-mile-wide Hubbard Glacier. The cruise line will also return to previously visited destinations in Norway, the British Isles, the Mediterranean, the Caribbean and the Bahamas.

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