For those who have always wanted to couple magic of a Disney Cruise Line with the wonder of the British Isles, you are in luck. The Disney Cruise Line has announced that in 2016 it will be visiting Scotland, England, Ireland, and France. The British Isles cruises will begin sailing on June 5, 2016 from Dover, England. It will be a 12 night cruise with stops in Invergordon, Kirkwall, and Greenock (Glasgow) Scotland; Newcastle and Liverpool, England; Dublin, Ireland; Le Havre (Paris), France; along with Guernsey; which is one of the Channel Islands. Other than Kirkwall, these will all be new ports of call for the Disney Cruise Line.
The Disney Cruise Line will also continue to sail throughout other parts of Europe, Alaska, the Bahamas, and the Caribbean.
Here is the full Press Release:
Disney Cruise Line to Sail First British Isles Itinerary in 2016
New ports in Scotland, England, Ireland and France join other popular destinations for the summer season
CELEBRATION, Fla. (March 24, 2015) – In 2016, Disney Cruise Line is sailing its first British Isles itinerary, visiting Scotland, England, Ireland and France. Throughout the summer of 2016, Disney Cruise Line also will return to Norway, Iceland and ports of call in more than 15 European countries.
In addition to the tour of Europe with limited engagements in the Baltic, Norwegian Fjords, Iceland, British Isles, Greek Isles and the Mediterranean, Disney Cruise Line will revisit favorite destinations elsewhere around the globe including Alaska, the Caribbean and the Bahamas.
New British Isles
On June 5, 2016, Disney Cruise Line will sail from Dover, England on its very first British Isles itinerary. The 12-night cruise on the Disney Magic will sail to Invergordon, Kirkwall and Greenock (Glasgow), Scotland; Newcastle and Liverpool, England; Dublin, Ireland; Le Havre (Paris), France; and Guernsey; one of the Channel Islands. All of these, except Kirkwall, are first-time ports of call for Disney Cruise Line.
On this itinerary, guests can explore the majestic beauty of Scotland, experience Highland culture, sample traditional cuisine and spirits, and discover the country’s iconic castles. Elsewhere on the itinerary, guests will experience the merry, cosmopolitan city of Dublin, the culturally rich and romantic Paris, the birthplace of the Beatles and the British Invasion in Liverpool, and the charming countryside of Guernsey.
What do you think of this new cruise opportunity? Will you be taking a cruise through the British Isles?