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Disney announces 2022 cruises, including new ship itineraries

Disney Cruise Line released their 2022 cruises, which include sailings to Hawaii, the Bahamas, Caribbean and Mexico, departing from coast-to-coast homeports including New Orleans, Galveston, Texas, San Diego, Miami and Port Canaveral, Florida.

Bookings will become open to the public on Oct. 22, 2020.

New ship: Disney Wish

Disney's next new cruise ship, the Disney Wish, will have her maiden voyage in summer 2022.

Disney Cruise Cancellation Policy: Can I Get a Refund If I Cancel My Sailing?

Update, 4/11/2021: On October 31, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention allowed its no-sail order to expire and issued a conditional sailing framework, to which all ships must adhere in order to resume cruising. Since that time, Disney Cruise Line has pushed back its restart date through June 30, 2021, with Disney Magic voyages canceled through September 18, 2021.

All about Disney Cruise Line's newest cruise ships

In 2019, Disney Cruise Line announced it would add three new cruise ships to its fleet.

Here is a look at everything we know about Disney's next generation of cruise ships and what they will offer guests.

What is the name of the new Disney cruise ship?

New DCL ships

We only know the name of one of the three new ships will be built at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany.

Disney Cruise Line cancels cruises through early December 2020

Disney Cruise Line announced on Tuesday that it has cancelled cruises in late November and early December 2020.

Sailings are cancelled on board the Disney Fantasy through December 6; the Disney Dream and Disney Wonder through December 11; and the Disney Magic through December 12.

In a communication to guests on affected sailings, the cruise line said the decision was based on a need to continue working on new health protocols, as well as ambiguity from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on if there could be an extension of the No Sail order.

New Disney cruise ship delayed

The next Disney Cruise line ship looks like it will be delayed.

DisneyCruiseLineBlog shared an excerpt from Walt Disney Company Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Christine McCarthy, confirming the cruise line's next new cruise ship will not be delivered on time.

Where do Disney cruises go?

Disney Cruise Line visits destinations around the world, and despite having a relatively small fleet of ships, can offer cruises to lots of places.

If you are curious where you can sail on a Disney cruise, here are the regions of the world they offer cruises.

Bahamas & Caribbean

Castaway Cay aerial

Compare: Norwegian vs. Disney Cruise Line

If you're considering a Norwegian cruise versus a Disney cruise, your head is likely spinning as you mull over the major differences are, like fleet size, price and appearances by Mickey and friends.

Whether you're a parent planning to bring your brood onboard or an adult with no kids to speak of, we'll help you compare these lines on things like cabins, dining and activities.

Compare: Carnival vs. Disney Cruise Line

If you're considering a Disney cruise vs. Carnival, you're likely wondering what the major differences are, apart from the obvious ones like fleet size and characters magically appearing onboard.

Whether you're a parent planning a vacation with the kids or an adult who has no kids but enjoys feeling like one, we'll help you compare these lines on things like dining, accommodations, things to do and of course, price.

Compare: Royal Caribbean vs. Disney Cruise Line

If you're considering a Disney cruise vs. Royal Caribbean, your head is probably spinning. Whether you're a parent planning to sail with kids or simply an adult who enjoys feeling like a kid again, we'll help you to navigate the nuances of both lines in areas like dining, cabins, entertainment and, of course, price.

What I wish I knew before going on a Disney Cruise

Before you go on your first Disney cruise, there is quite a lot of good tips and helpful information out there to ensure you have a great cruise.

In order to avoid some common first-time cruise mistakes, here are some of the critical things I wish I knew before I went on my first Disney cruise.

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Captain Mickey and Minnie Mouse

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