Disney Cruise Line announces its Fall 2020 schedule

June 6, 2019, 1:12 PM · The Disney Cruise Line will celebrate Halloween and Christmas on its fall itineraries for 2020, just announced today. Halloween on the High Seas returns to Disney's ships in September and October 2020 while the Disney Cruise Line gets into the holiday spirit with Very Merrytime Cruises in November and December.

"On select sailings across the fleet, guests are treated to a 'mouse-querade' costume party, lively entertainment, ghoulish food and beverage delights, trick-or-treating, seasonal kids’ activities, a villainous party just for adults and a ghostly ship takeover with elaborate décor and a magical pumpkin tree," Disney said in its press release.

The Very Merrytime Cruises will feature "a tree lighting ceremony, festive activities, special food and beverage surprises, favorite characters in their finest holiday attire, a winter wonderland ball with Santa and Mrs. Claus, and a flurry of 'Frozen' snowfall."

As for destinations and ports of call, the Disney Magic heads from Europe to New York in October 2020, sailing three five-night cruises to Bermuda, as well as a five-night cruise to Canada, including St. John and Halifax. In November, the Magic departs to Puerto Rico, from which it will sail onward to Miami.

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The Disney Wonder heads from Vancouver to San Diego in September 2020, from where it will sail two-to-five-night cruises to Baja California in Mexico, including Cabo San Lucas and Ensenada. The Wonder will sail a seven-night itinerary to Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta before departing on a 14-day crossing of the Panama Canal on its way to Galveston, Texas in November, from where it will sail to the Caribbean and Bahamas.

Meanwhile, the Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream will sail to the Caribbean and Bahamas from the DCL's home base at Port Canaveral during the fall of 2020.

Bookings open to the public on June 13, but Disney's Castaway Club members can book as early as 8am Eastern on June 10, based upon their status.

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