|Subject: Disney announces new 2009 itineraries - open for booking Wed Dec 05, 2007 1:38 am|| |
From Disney Cruise Line today....
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- Disney Cruise Line® announced two new eastern Caribbean itineraries for 2009 – giving your Clients more choices than ever before to explore the beautiful islands of the Caribbean.
Beginning in 2009, St. Croix will be a featured stop on one new seven-night itinerary, and Tortola will be featured on another seven-night itinerary. Both islands are new to Disney Cruise Line, increasing the seven-night Caribbean choices on the Disney Magic® to four itineraries. (Disney’s traditional eastern and western Caribbean itineraries will continue).
"Our guests continue to tell us that the Caribbean is a favorite destination for them," said Tom McAlpin, President of Disney Cruise Line. "Expanding our offerings in the eastern Caribbean provides our first-time cruisers an array of popular destinations to choose from, while also providing seasoned Disney cruisers new destinations to visit and explore with Disney."
Disney Cruise Line Guests have always enjoyed the beautiful turquoise waters and sugar sand beaches of the eastern Caribbean and, on select voyages throughout the 2009 season, Guests will be able to explore either St. Croix or Tortola.
The largest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, St. Croix offers a wonderful mix of colonial-style architecture, natural wonders, quaint shops and spectacular marine habitats. Tortola, part of the British Virgin Islands, features centuries-old ruins, botanical gardens, sugar mills, sensational bays and beaches. The new eastern Caribbean itineraries will stop at St. Croix or Tortola, St. Thomas and Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay.
Disney Cruise Line will continue to offer its current version of the eastern Caribbean cruise with stops at St. Maarten, St. Thomas and Castaway Cay. The traditional eastern Caribbean voyages will sail in-between the special sailings to St. Croix or Tortola.
All 2009 sailings are now open for bookings.