"Frozen" in the Tropics: Disney Cruise Line Unveils Fall 2019 Itineraries

Courtesy of Disney Cruise Line

In fall 2020, Disney Cruise Line is providing Halloween and winter holiday celebrations on sailings departing from New York, California, Texas and Florida. The 2020 fall season offers a range of itineraries taking travelers down to tropical locales.

Halloween on the High Seas returns to Disney Cruise Line in September and October 2020. On select sailings across the fleet, guests receive a “mouse-querade” costume party, lively entertainment, food and beverage delights, trick-or-treating, seasonal kids’ activities, a party just for adults and a ghostly ship takeover with a pumpkin tree.

From early November through December, the Disney Cruise Line fleet is saturated with holiday cheer and entertainment during Very Merrytime Cruises. Family friendly activities include merry parties, a tree lighting ceremony, festive activities, food and beverage surprises, favorite characters in holiday attire, a winter wonderland ball with Santa and Mrs. Claus, and a flurry of “Frozen” snowfall.

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Itineraries include:

  • Sailings to Bermuda and Canada from New York
  • Baja and Mexican Riviera Voyages from California       
  • Bahamas and Caribbean cruises from Texas    
  • Tropical Island Vacations from Florida

In other Disney Cruises news, the company home-ported two of three new ships at Port Canaveral. The new 20-year agreement began on June 1. 

Bookings open to the public June 13, 2019. More details on 2020 itineraries can be found on the Ports and Itineraries for 2020 page of disneycruise.com.

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