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I just attended a luncheon at the beautiful Lighthouse Restaurant at Chelsea Piers, where Disney Cruise Line president Karl Holz (with some help from a special mouse) announced some very exciting news: in May 2012 the Disney Magic will be docking in New York City for three different itineraries: south to Florida and Tte Bahamas, north to Nova Scotia and Newfoundland, and out to sea for fun cruises to “nowhere.”
The eight day Bahamas cruises will include a one-day Disney World Park Hopper pass and bus transportation to Disney World while the ship is docked at Port Canaveral, Florida.
The Canadian cruises will stop in Halifax, Nova Scotia and St. John’s, Newfoundland.
This is incredibly exciting news for New Yorkers. I’ve cruised to the Caribbean out of New York and it was amazing! Instead of having to pay for plane fare and spending a day on each end traveling to and from Florida, we hopped in a cab a few hours before our ship was set to sail. Talk about convenient! I can’t wait.
After “summering” in NYC, the Magic will then head down to Galveston, Texas for western Caribbean cruises.
Thanks so much for sharing the news, Mickey!
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