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    Disney Schedules First Cruises From Venice, San Juan. Interested?

    Disney Cruise Line next year will operate its first voyages from Venice, Italy, and San Juan, Puerto Rico. From May to August 2014, the Disney Magic will return to the Mediterranean with Venice as its homeport for select sailings, as well as Barcelona.

    A new nine-night Greek Isles itinerary from Venice will visit Katakolon, Rhodes, Heraklion (Crete), Santorini and Corfu, Greece, as well as Catania, Sicily. Seven-night cruises from Barcelona will visit Villefranche, La Spezia, Civitavecchia and Naples. Rates start at $796 per person for four-night cruises, $995 for five nights, $1,015 for seven-night cruises, $1,827 per person for nine-night cruises and $2,388 for 12-night cruises, based on double occupancy.

    The Disney Magic will homeport in San Juan for the first time in September and October 2014, sailing to Antigua, St. Lucia, Grenada, Barbados and St. Kitts. Rates start at $945 per person for seven-night cruises, double occupancy.

    Also in 2014, the Disney Wonder will sail seven-night cruises from Vancouver to Tracy Arm, Skagway, Juneau and Ketchikan, Alaska, from June 2 through Sept. 1. One nine-night cruise also calls on Sitka, Alaska, a first for Disney. Rates start at $1,015 per person for seven-night cruises and $1,305 per person for the nine-night Alaska cruise.

    Disney previously announced that it will base all four of its ships in Florida in early 2014. The Disney Magic will return to Port Canaveral, joining the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy, while the Disney Wonder will homeport in Miami from January through April. Disney Magic will sail from Miami October through December 2014.

    By Theresa Norton Masek, Travel Pulse

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    It’s really interesting to watch Disney Cruise Line add new home ports and new itineraries each year. All of the major lines were already well-established when we started following the industry, so this is the first “new” cruise line we’ve gotten to see grow. Of course with Disney money behind them they probably aren’t developing in quite the same way as those that came before, huh?

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