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Kids Sail Free on Select Sailings

Disney has expanded the dates for its Kids Sail Free promotion!  For select dates this Spring, kids will not have to pay a cruise fare when traveling in the same stateroom with two full fares.  You will only pay government taxes and fees for the kids.

This promotion is being offered on the Disney Magic for sailings out of Galveston, Texas.  Included are the following sailings:

  • 4-night Western Caribbean cruises – most sailings departing between March 15 and April 16, 2013
  • 6-night Western Caribbean cruises – most sailings departing between January 26 and April 20, 2013 (excluding March 9 and 23).
  • 8-night Bahamian cruises – most sailings departing between February 15 and April 26, 2013.

The promotion is also being offered on the Disney Wonder for sailings out of Miami, Florida.  Included are the following sailings:

  • 4-night Bahamian cruise – April 18, 2013 with stops at Key West, Nassau and Castaway Cay.
  • 5-night Western Caribbean cruises – most sailings departing between January 14 and February 25, 2013 (excluding February 16) and between April 8 and April 27, 2013.

Contact Travel On A Dream today for details.  Availability is very limited.  Rooms for five and four will be the first to sell out.

No kids?  These dates don’t work?  Contact Travel On A Dream to see what other offers are available, including onboard credit offers on the Disney Dream, Florida resident pricing and US military rates.  We search to find you the best pricing now and continue to check after you book to make sure you are always getting the best price.

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Disney Wonder and 2013 — Where Will She Go?

On Monday, Disney Cruise Line® announced that they were canceling four of their Mexican Riviera sailings on December 9, 16, 23 and 30, 2012.  The question remains, what will they be doing instead.  There has been some speculation, and a few front runners have come to light.

Our prediction is that the Disney Wonder® will set sail on December 9, 2012 on a trip through the Panama Canal, with one stop being Grand Cayman on December 19.  Following this sailing, we predict that the Disney Wonder will not return to Port Canaveral, but will call another Florida port home, likely Miami.  We expect for the Spring season that the Disney Wonder will alternate Eastern and Western Caribbean sailings, again calling on Key West and Grand Cayman.  The rest of the year and the complete itineraries are still sketchy.

We expect a release of at least some of the dates for 2013 on the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder to happen by mid-January.  Keep in mind, we do not have any word from Disney Cruise Line on this, it is just our prediction based on port schedules, information from crew members onboard and surveys offered by Disney Cruise Line.

Are you interested in a Panama Canal Cruise or a Caribbean Cruise on the Disney Wonder?  If so, let us know and we can put you on our waitlist for when these dates are released if it comes to fruition.  Contact us at info@TravelOnADream.com .

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