Disney Cruise Line will guarantee more cruises out of Port Canaveral, are upgrading two terminals

You can look forward to more Disney Cruise Line itineraries departing from Port Canaveral in the near future. Ahead of their three brand new ships that will debut in 2021, 2022 and 2023, Disney Cruise Line reached a new deal with Port Canaveral to upgrade their terminal and a nearby terminal in anticipation of the expanded voyages offered from the port.

Florida Today reports that upgrades will come to Disney Cruise Line’s terminal, Terminal #8, and Terminal #10, which will be shared between Disney and other cruise lines.

With the upgraded terminals, Disney has also signed a new 20-year deal with Port Canaveral that will increase their number of guaranteed cruises over the next several years. Currently, that number sits at 150 cruises per year. That total will rise to 180 by 2023 and then to 216 for 2024 and the years ahead.

Specific itineraries and even the names of the new ships haven’t been announced at this time. However, Disney’s purchase of a second island in the Bahamas guarantees that more Caribbean itineraries are in Disney Cruise Line’s future.

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