There’s a Brand New Disney Cruise to the Bahamas: Is it Worth It?

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This month, the Disney Wonder cruise ship will set sail from New Orleans, the newest port for Disney Cruise Line. Sailing dates have only been announced so far for February and March 2020, and Disney is calling it “Limited-Time Cruises from New Orleans, Louisiana.”

So, if you love Disney and cruises, and want to get away to the Western Caribbean or the Bahamas this winter, you may want to act fast to secure your booking. But first, we’ll help you determine the value of this cruise option compared to others.

Disney Cruise Destinations From New Orleans

Comparable Cruises From New Orleans to the Bahamas and Western Caribbean

What You Get on a Disney Cruise

As you can see, the new Disney Cruise to the Bahamas and the Western Caribbean is about 3-5 times more expensive than a similar non-Disney option. So, is it worth it? The answer depends on how deep your love for Disney runs.

Families looking for a once-in-a-lifetime fun cruise option may also be attracted to the Disney brand. To help you decide the value for yourself, here’s what a Disney Cruise comes with:

  • Onboard entertainment including musicals, deck parties and fireworks at sea
  • Spacious staterooms designed with the needs of families in mind
  • Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay
  • Dining options including upscale restaurants, buffets, poolside snacks and 24-hour room service.
  • Youth clubs
  • Nightclubs and lounges
  • Pools and recreation

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Elizabeth Spencer

Elizabeth Helen Spencer is a personal finance and travel writer based in the Philadelphia area. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing and still nurses a secret fiction writing habit on the side. When not writing for work or pleasure, she loves to sweat it out in a hot yoga class and find new books to read. Elizabeth lives with her husband and two children and has reached the conclusion that "having it all" is a myth.

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