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    Disney released the 2015 Itineraries & Ports for DCL.

    http://disneycruise.disney.go.com/cr...5-itineraries/

    New Itineraries and Ports for 2015
    Explore lands of beauty and timeless wonder in 2015 with Disney Cruise Line! Choose from itineraries in dazzling destinations—
    from the historic charm of Europe to the tropical splendor of the Bahamas and Caribbean to the rugged allure of Alaska.

    2015 Itineraries
    Choose from an array of dazzling destinations in 2015:

    Norwegian Fjord sailings —a first for Disney Cruise Line—with stops in Norway's fjord region, Iceland and the Faroe Islands.
    This is an exciting opportunity to experience the part of the world that inspired the Disney animated film Frozen
    Northern Europe cruises, including Copenhagen, Denmark; Stockholm, Sweden and Helsinki, Finland—as well as Russia's cultural capital, St. Petersburg
    Mediterranean sailings that visit popular ports of call, like Naples
    Alaskan cruises that take you deep into the native cultures and rugged grandeur of America's Last Frontier
    Eastern Caribbean destinations, featuring stops at tropical islands like St. Maarten, St Thomas, and Castaway Cay—Disney's private island paradise
    Western Caribbean cruises to sunny Mexico, the Cayman Islands, and Castaway Cay
    Bahamian itineraries departing from Port Canaveral, Florida and Miami, Florida
    A Panama Canal crossing—experience an engineering marvel as the locks open up to welcome the Disney Wonder
    A transatlantic sailing that echoes the golden age of sea travel

    Whether you're seeking a fun-filled extended weekend or a leisurely week (or longer) at sea,
    Disney Cruise Line has an itinerary to suit your style in 2015.

    Each destination has a unique story to tell. From port to port, you'll enjoy diverse activities, entertainment and more—
    so you can look forward to thrilling new adventures wherever you go with Disney Cruise Line.

    Best of all, on every Disney cruise, you can always expect outstanding onboard offerings designed for each and every member of your family.
    From one-of-a-kind Disney family entertainment, including Broadway-caliber shows and deck parties, to lavishly themed restaurants and sumptuous spa treatments,
    Disney Cruise Line offers unforgettable experiences in 2015 you won't find anywhere else.

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    Thanks for the post. Hope to take a Disney cruise soon

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    I'm hoping to do the Fjord trip in the future.
    Hopefully it's successful and they keep it until I am ready to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chriskre View Post
    I'm hoping to do the Fjord trip in the future.
    My parents did a cruise (not Disney) in that part of the world and highly recommend it.

    I like the general concept of a cruise -- get to stay in the same unit while seeing different places -- but whenever I look at the actual units, I cringe. Even the staterooms with verandas are only about 300 square feet, and there's no garden or landscaped grounds you can wander, let alone parks or whatnot. I fear I am a landlubber to the core.

    Great video, though, thanks Chris. "Anner and Elser" cracked me up, though!

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