Disney Reveals First Cruises to Bermuda and Quebec City for 2018

May 11, 2017
Picture of Captain Mickey Mouse with Quebec cruise port in the background

(1:54 p.m. EDT) -- Add Bermuda and Quebec City to Disney Cruise Line's lineup of new ports.

The cruises with the new ports take place on Disney Magic, beginning September 2018, and mostly leave from New York. On the five Bermuda sailings, the ship will operate five and six-night cruises, stopping in King's Wharf for either two or three days. The dates for the five-night cruises are October 4, 19, 24 and 29, while the six-night cruise is October 13.

The two Quebec City sailings stop in Halifax, Nova Scotia and two other Quebec ports, Saguenay and Baie-Comeau, which are also new for Disney. Both cruises are seven nights, with one departing New York on September 20 and the other embarking in Quebec City on September 27.

Other notable itineraries for fall 2018 from New York include a special sailing that takes passengers to Walt Disney World and Disney's private island in the Bahamas, Castaway Cay.

The line's other ships will sail from California, Texas and Florida. Fall 2018 cruises go on sale May 18, 2017.

--By Chris Gray Faust, Senior Editor

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