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The changes take effect September 11. Here’s a look at what’s new.
The city announced the construction of a second terminal at the Port at Berth 30, to be completed by 2020. It will allow the Port to accommodate ships with more than 4,000 passengers. Learn more.
This year, Disney will add signature experiences to each ship during the holiday season, including tree lighting, holiday parties, family activities, and live shows. Learn more.
The cruises will have Halloween-themed events and activities, special decorations, new food items and themed parties. Learn more.
The cuisine of the Caribbean can be as mouthwatering as its beach scenes. Here are the cruises to find the best food and beverage that the Caribbean has to offer.
Disney will return to popular destinations including Bermuda, Bahamas, Baja, Canada and the Caribbean with cruises ranging from two to seven nights. Learn more.
The cruise line will host sommeliers on four ships and beverage experts on its culinary cruises, while also announcing a new beverage package. Learn more.
In 2019, travelers can take an 11-day cultural journey through Japan, or enjoy Disney’s reimagined lineup of worldwide itineraries.
Cruise lines are rapidly investing millions of dollars to enhance and elevate these resort-style, beach experiences. Here’s a sampling of what’s new for this year and next.
It’s been another busy week for leadership changes in the travel industry. Here’s what you need to know.