Or it’s set to begin for Disney Cruises. City News Service reported that the Disney Wonder has docked in San Diego, which may be a sign that the industry is ready once again to grow on the West Coast. “The Port of San Diego is proud to welcome the Suddenly Mexico has returned as a hot cruise destination. Disney Cruise Line comes back to the West Coast for Baja cruises from San Diego in fall 2015. Also, Carnival Cruise Lines resumes its seven-day itineraries to Mazatlan starting in October. a few weeks ago and am excited about trekking around these West Coast parks. No one really talks about Universal Studios Hollywood muchwonder why. Anyways, I got some cool news today! A friend of mine from Walt Disney World invited me to go on a cruise Disney Cruise Line also said Monday that it would return to the West Coast with cruises from San Diego to Baja, Mexico, and offer seasonal cruises between Galveston, Texas, and the Bahamas, and Port Canaveral and Miami in Florida to the Bahamas and the CELEBRATION, Fla. — In the fall of 2015, Disney Cruise Line is returning to popular destinations and home ports for limited-time engagements. Two Hawaii cruises, a return to the West Coast with departures from San Diego and a Galveston homecoming make up new West Coast sailings out of San Diego, and a return to Galveston, Texas, as a homeport for Caribbean cruises. Bookings for these sailings can be made May 21, 2014. The Disney Wonder in September will sail on two 10-day cruises of Hawaiian Islands .
You may recall that Disney tested out West Coast cruises on its other ship, Disney Magic, in summers 2005 and 2008. Although those two seasons of Mexican Riviera sailings proved popular, the cruise line was not ready to permanently base a ship in Mexico When last we left Castaway Cay in late October, Disney Cruise Line’s private island in the Bahamas had just taken a direct hit from Hurricane Sandy. Once the massive storm left the Bahamas and headed up the Eastern Seaboard — where it would The San Diego Unified Port District said yesterday that it is negotiating to become the home port for a Walt Disney Cruise Line ship that will be the first lodged on the West Coast. San Diego is vying with the San Pedro port in the Los Angeles area for the “The West Coast has a significant fan base for Disney Cruise Line and we continually hear from our guests that they want us to come back to this market,” said Christi Erwin Donnan, a spokeswoman for Disney Cruise Line, based just outside Orlando .