Ports Of Call – 111 and Counting!

Think that the Disney Cruise Line only visits the same ports week after week?
While most closely associated with Castaway Cay and Bahamian and Caribbean itineraries out of Florida, that isn’t the complete story.

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Stranded on Castaway Cay, Please, DO NOT Rescue!

Over the history of Disney Cruise Line, Disney managed to take guests all over the western hemisphere.

Ports of Call (an incomplete listing including the last fifteen years and into 2017)

  1. Acapulco
  2. Ajaccio
  3. Akureyri, Iceland
  4. Alesund, Norway
  5. Aruba
  6. Antigua, West Indies
  7. Barbados (Bridge Town)
  8. Barcelona, Spain
  9. Bergen, Norway
  10. Cabo San Lucas
  11. Cadiz
  12. Cartagena
  13. Castaway Cay, Bahamas
  14. Catania (Sicily)
  15. Civitavecchia (Rome)
  16. Copenhagen, Denmark
  17. Corfu, Greece
  18. Costa Maya, Mexico
  19. Cozumel, Mexico
  20. Curacao
  21. Dover, England
  22. Dublin, Ireland
  23. Dubrovnik, Croatia
  24. Ensenada
  25. Falmouth, Jamaica
  26. Florence and Pisa (La Spezia)
  27. Freeport, Bahamas
  28. Galveston, Texas
  29. Geiranger, Norway
  30. Gibraltar
  31. Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
  32. Greenock, United Kingdom
  33. Grenada
  34. Guadeloupe
  35. Halifax
  36. Helsinki, Finland
  37. Heraklion, Greece
  38. Hilo, Hawaii
  39. Honolulu, Oahu
  40. Hubbard Glacier, Alaska
  41. Ibiza, Spain
  42. Icy Strait Point, Alaska
  43. Invergordon, UK
  44. Juneau, Alaska
  45. Kahului, Maui
  46. Katakolon, Greece
  47. Ketchikan, Alaska
  48. Key West, Florida
  49. Kirkwall, Scotland
  50. Kristiansand, Norway
  51. Kusadasi (Ephesus), Turkey
  52. La Havre (near Paris), France
  53. La Spezia, Italy
  54. Liverpool, UK
  55. Los Angeles, California
  56. Madeira, Portugal
  57. Malaga, Spain
  58. Manzanillo
  59. Martinique
  60. Maui, Hawaii
  61. Manzanillo, Mexico
  62. Mazatan
  63. Miami, Florida
  64. Molde, Norway
  65. Mykonos, Greece
  66. Naples (Pompeii)
  67. Nassau, Bahamas
  68. Nawiliwili, Kauai
  69. New York City
  70. Newcastle, UK
  71. Oahu, Hawaii
  72. Olden, Norway
  73. Oslo, Norway
  74. Palma (Mallorca), Spain
  75. Panama Canal (technically not a port)
  76. Piraeus (Athens), Greece
  77. Port Canaveral, Florida
  78. Port of San Pedro (Los Angeles)
  79. Puerto Vallarta
  80. Reykjavik, Iceland
  81. Rhodes, Greece
  82. San Diego, California
  83. San Francisco, California
  84. San Juan, Puerto Rico
  85. Santorini, Greece
  86. Seattle, Washington
  87. Sitka, Alaska
  88. Skagway, Alaska
  89. St Croix in the US Virgin Islands
  90. St. George’s, Grenada
  91. Saint John, New Brunswick
  92. St Kitts (Basseterre)
  93. St Lucia
  94. St Maarten
  95. St Martin
  96. St. Peter Port, UK
  97. St. Petersburg, Russia
  98. St Thomas/St. John
  99. Stavanger, Norway
  100. Stockholm, Sweden
  101. Tallinn, Estonia
  102. Tenerife, Canary Islands
  103. Tortola British Virgin Islands
  104. Tracey Arm (technically not a port) Alaska
  105. Tunis
  106. Valleta, Malta
  107. Vancouver, Canada
  108. Venice, Italy
  109. Victoria BC, Canada
  110. Villefranche (Monte Carlo, Nice and Cannes) France
  111. Warnemunde (Berlin), Germany

All told, a hundred and eleven ports (and probably a few I’ve missed!) played host to either the Disney Magic, the Disney Wonder, the Disney Dream or the Disney Fantasy. Please comment if I missed any!

If you could play imaginer and set a course to cruise from anywhere to anywhere, what new itinerary will you create?