Disney Cruise Line is the best cruise line out there (and I’m not biased at all-wink wink)! With four great ships, over 10 main destinations (with countless ports of call), and an exclusive Disney island, there’s something for everyone. Deciding which itinerary to book and which port to depart from can be a tough choice! With the Disney Magic coming to Miami at the end of the month, let’s talk about why Miami is the perfect port to sail from:
Pre- or Post- Cruise Stay
Miami is a great city to visit either before or after your cruise! You can visit two national parks, shop designer fashion or local boutiques, dine on unique cuisine, or check out famous beaches. There is no shortage of culture and things for you and your family to experience in Miami. Plus, who wouldn’t want to extend their vacation with a pre- or post- stay?
The Ship – Disney Magic
The first Disney Cruise Ship, and one of the smaller more intimate ones, the Disney Magic resides at the port in Miami. This ship is home to unique offerings such as the AquaDunk, an exclusive Broadway-style show, “Tangled: The Musical,” and fan-favorite themed dining space, Rapunzel’s Royal Table.
Marvel Day at Sea
Marvel fans rejoice! From January through March 2020, the Disney Magic will sail exclusively out of Miami on Marvel Day at Sea sailings. During these sailings, the Marvel universe will take over the ship for one whole day! You can train with some of Marvel’s greatest heroes, experience the mystic arts with Doctor Strange, and witness a breathtaking super-hero stunt show complete with fireworks among other spectacular activities and events.
Miami is one of the most popular ports in America. It’s an easy drive from anywhere within the state of Florida. There’s also an international airport for those who live outside of the state. It’s an ideal departure port for everyone!
Ports of Call
There are 3 main destinations when sailing from Miami: Bahamas, Caribbean, and transatlantic. Cruises can be anywhere from 3-night Bahamian itineraries to 5-night Western Caribbean or even 12-night transatlantic itineraries! These voyages can include stops in Grand Cayman, Cozumel, Nassau, Portugal, or even Spain. The best stop, however, is Disney’s Castaway Cay. Every cruise out of Miami to the Bahamas and Caribbean stops at Disney’s island paradise.
Where will you depart from on your next Disney Cruise? If you don’t have a Disney Cruise booked, let’s talk! I am a travel agent with Amazing Magical Adventures and I can help you plan and book your next magical cruise. My services are complimentary! Contact me today for a vacation quote.
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