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Video: Here’s What We Know About Disney’s Newest Ship




Here’s What We Know About Disney’s Newest Ship

Disney Cruise Line has released a video preview of its newest cruise ship, the Disney Wish: “Here’s What We Know About Disney’s Newest Ship”. The Disney Wish is slated for delivery in late 2021, with sailings scheduled to begin in January 2022.

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Disney Cruise Line’s new Port Canaveral terminal readies for construction




Work will start soon to prepare Port Canaveral’s Cruise Terminals 8 and 10 for some new Disney ships. That’s according to Bill Crowe, vice president of engineering, construction and facilities for Port Canaveral, who was one of several panelists at Orlando Business Journal’s Doing Business in Brevard County luncheon on Aug. 23. (bizjournals.com)

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Disney Cruise Line responds to claims it abandoned 97 workers in path of Dorian




Castaway Cay, Disney's private island paradise reserved exclusively for Disney Cruise Line guests (Courtesy Disney Cruise Line)Disney Cruise Line issued a statement this week after getting slammed on social media for seemingly abandoning workers in the path of Hurricane Dorian Opens a New Window. “Some of our Crew remained on the island and their care and safety is our highest priority,” reads the September 2nd statement Opens a New Window. by Disney Cruise Line confirming the decision to leave behind workers on appropriately named Castaway Cay in the Bahamas. (foxbusiness.com)

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Disney Cruise Line Reveals First Details on Newest Ship, New Bahamas Destination at World’s Largest Disney Fan Event

Disney Cruise Line Reveals First Details on Newest Ship

At the D23 Expo yesterday, Disney Parks, Experiences and Products Chairman Bob Chapek revealed the highly anticipated name of the fifth Disney Cruise Line ship, as well as a first look at the ship’s elegant, three-story atrium and the iconic Disney character that will adorn the ship’s stern.

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Disney Cruise Line Announces Fall 2020 Itineraries with Fun and Festive Holiday Sailings to Tropical Destinations

Disney Magic arriving at New York Disney Magic arriving at New York with Manhattan in the background (Courtesy Disney Cruise Line)In fall 2020, Disney Cruise Line will enchant guests of all ages with Halloween and winter holiday celebrations on sailings departing from New York, California, Texas and Florida. The 2020 fall season offers a range of itineraries that will visit a variety of tropical locales, with most sailings featuring that extra-special Disney holiday sparkle.

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Disney Cruise Line Announces Fall 2020 Itineraries with Fun and Festive Holiday Sailings to Tropical Destinations



Disney Magic arriving at New York Disney Magic arriving at New York with Manhattan in the background (Courtesy Disney Cruise Line)In fall 2020, Disney Cruise Line will enchant guests of all ages with Halloween and winter holiday celebrations on sailings departing from New York, California, Texas and Florida. The 2020 fall season offers a range of itineraries that will visit a variety of tropical locales, with most sailings featuring that extra-special Disney holiday sparkle.

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Future Cruise: Tensions rise in the Bahamas over Disney’s new port



On the small Bahamian island of Eleuthera, Disney’s plans to build a luxury cruise port has sparked tensions with some of the locals, with thousands of opponents claiming that, as with many other commercial plans of this nature, Disney will rack in the profits while the local economy will see little benefit in return. (ship-technology.com)

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Port Canaveral documents label new cruise ship Disney Triton




Disney Cruise Line s rendering of its new generation of ships, with deliveries set for 2021, 2022 and 2023 (Courtesy Disney Cruise Line)Will Disney Cruise Line’s next ship be named Disney Triton? That’s the name documents on terminal construction at Port Canaveral are using. The name appears on a construction rendering while the words “Triton class” of ships also appears on part of the agenda for the Canaveral Port Authority commission meeting set for Wednesday. (orlandosentinel.com)

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