Disney Cruise Line has announced sailings to Norway, in a bid to capitalise on the success of its animated film Frozen.
The line will also sail its first British Isles itinerary, with calls at Scotland, Ireland and France.
In May the line will depart from Dover for an ex-UK cruises sailing north to Norway, calling at Stavanger, Alesund, Geiranger and Bergen.
The line will also be sailing to Iceland for two 12-night cruises, on June 17 and July 13. The June sailing will call in at Newcastle, from Dover. The July cruise will leave Copenhagen and finish in Dover, calling at Oslo, Kristiansand and Invergordon.
Disney Cruise Line’s first British Isles itinerary sails for 12 nights on the Disney Magic on June 5, 2016. The cruise will sail to Invergordon, Kirkwall, Greenock, Newcastle and Liverpool as well as Dublin, Le Havre (Paris) and Guernsey. All of these, except Kirkwall, are first-time ports of call for Disney Cruise Line.
During the summer of 2016, the Disney Magic will return to destinations in northern Europe, the Greek Isles and the Mediterranean with a range of seven-night and longer sailings, while the Disney Wonder will return to Alaska, sailing from Vancouver, Canada to Tracy Arm, Skagway, Juneau and Ketchikan.
The Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy will sail from Port Canaveral to the Bahamas and Caribbean. All of these cruises include a stop at Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay.
For more information, see disneycruise.com