Disney Taking Its Magic to Bermuda

Disney Cruise Line will offer sailings to Aruba out of New York on board the 1,754-passenger Disney Magic.


HAMILTON, Bermuda, Saturday May 13, 2017 – Disney is heading to Bermuda – the cruise line that is.

Disney Cruise Line will go to the Caribbean island for the first time late next year, offering sailings out of New York on board the 1,754-passenger Disney Magic.

Each of the four five-night sailings includes two full days in Bermuda, while one special six-night sailing includes three days.

Bermuda offers its famous pink sand beaches and a range of water activities. Shopping and sightseeing are plentiful and, at only 21 square miles, the island is easy to navigate and explore.

“At Disney, we love to create magical vacation memories for our guests, and Bermuda is without a doubt a wonderful setting for memory making,” said Tom Wolber, senior vice president, Disney Cruise Line operations. “Each of our cruises to Bermuda will provide ample time in port to discover and enjoy the island’s many attractions, from its beautiful beaches and abundant water recreation to its engaging culture and heritage.”

Chief Product and Experiences Officer at the Bermuda Tourism Authority, Pat Phillip-Fairn says the island is excited about the inaugural calls.

“Our team will now drill down on the kinds of desirable Bermuda experiences the island can offer to inspire Disney passengers with the company’s Port Adventures team and our local stakeholders,” she said.

Bookings open to the public on May 18.

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