Disney Wonder in Miami
Disney Wonder’s Inaugural Season in New Regional Homeport
Disney Wonder now calls Miami home. Until April 2013, the Wonder will sail from Miami on a brand new set of itineraries: a 4-night Bahamas and a a 5-night Western Caribbean cruise. “Miami is an iconic port of call, recognized for its exciting blend of cultural influences, and is very appealing to our guests,” said Disney Cruise Line Captain Thord Haugen. “While in port, families can enjoy vibrant regional cuisine, pastel skyscrapers, South Beach and eclectic shopping.”
First-Call Ceremony in Miami
Disney Cruise Line hosted local port officials and community leaders onboard the 2,700 passenger Disney Wonder for a plaque exchange ceremony today. These ceremonies are a maritime tradition and an opportunity for the Captain and the ship’s officers to celebrate the inaugural call on a new port, as well as for local officials and leaders to welcome the ship and guests to the community.
Ports of Call on new Itineraries
For the four and five night itineraries that sail from Miami, the ports of call will be:
- Cozumel, Mexico
- Grand Cayman
- Key West
- Nassau, Bahamas
- Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay.
Get Ready for Disney Magic
Wonder’s sister ship, the Disney Magic, will sail from Miami starting on October 2013 on three, four- and five-night itineraries.
The Wonder will be back in 2013
The Wonder departs for the West Coast on April 2013, to start its Alaskan cruise itineraries from Vancouver. It returns to Miami in 2014, to resume another round of four and five night cruises from January until May 2014.
Have you ever cruised with the Disney Wonder?