Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by QuiltTeddy, Jul 24, 2018.
anyone know what months will be released next? June, July and Aug? Sept too?
It should be the rest of May to early September...basically covering the full Alaska season for the Wonder and all the Europe schedule for the Magic. West bound Transatlantic would be in the following release.
I wonder if any more Hawaiian itineraries will pop up?
Geez... I hope so.
Considering how popular (and expensive) the spring 2020 Hawaii cruises were - DCL would be wise to schedule two more one-way cruises for September 2020.
Anxious for the next release. Watching for September 2020.
im looking at either Oct or Jan, anyone know if the price between these two months would be that different?
They should be similar. I’m interest if they are going to release an 8 night Carribbean cruise for 2020, similar to the 2019. The next release should open to September, so my wait is longer
For the love of God, Disney, release your summer schedule!! Almost all the other cruise lines have 2020 out already! Mama wants to go back to Europe and she wants to do it on DCL!
Same - I am in AZ (school break is June/July) and going with family from MA (summer break July/August) so we are going to have limited options as we want to do a cruise and then another week on land. And I don't have a Disney trip booked right now so I really want to get something booked...
Impatiently waiting for 2020 when I see other lines have their schedules out already. Loved 2018 summer on the Magic and would love to go back to Europe if they create something interesting that works for us. Hurry up already!
We're waiting Alaska for June 2020 on the Wonder. We have place holders that are just sitting here burning a hole in our pocket.
Last summer release season was around early March since the Opening Day Pricing thread was made March 1st.
I am not expecting DCL to announce itineraries until sometime later next month.
I agree though, waiting this long is freakishly annoying.
Once again, I will have my travel agent check the cruise fares for Norway/Iceland, and probably once again I will not keep the booking. We have a booking with Princess for that itinerary, but I'd love to do it with Disney instead. We shall see what the prices look like this time .
I've been looking at Princess as well. They are offering a WBTA 2020 cruise with a really nice itinerary that includes Norway, Scotland and Ireland. Princess is probably my least favorite cruise line, so I've been holding off on booking it. I would love to see what DCL plans to offer?
Price wise I would guess there won't be any good news. I booked late onto the 2018 cruise (at a decidedly higher price than booking at opening and I can't even say it was an ok price...) and still got sticker shock when they released 2019. Having said that, I'd love to take this cruise again. I will say that it was wonderful being on the Magic and having all those Disney touches, but we only had 3 days at sea (and each was after a few exhausting days touring) so we really didn't make the most of all the shows, movies, and activities on this trip. No regrets though.
Oh, that is a shame - they were our favorite so far, followed by Holland and Carnival. We are out of giving NCL any further chances, but would like to try Royal Caribbean and Celebrity some day. Still would like to get back to Disney so we can use our platinum benefits!
When I was on the Fantasy last week, the OBB cast member said the new itineraries would be released in about 4 weeks. Not sure if she knew the inside scoop or was just guessing based on past releases.
To be fair DH and I only sailed with Princess once on the (old) Grand last summer. We really enjoyed everything about the cruise except the food and over the top sales pitches for art auctions, etc. We felt like the quality of food wasn't nearly as good as Royal Caribbean or Disney. We haven't sailed with anyone else to compare. Hoping to try Celebrity in the future as well and I'm willing to give Princess another try if the itinerary interests me.
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