In its newly released itinerary announcement, Disney Cruise Line said it will have three ships based in Florida in early-2021, two at Port Canaveral and one – based in Miami.
A fourth ship, the 2,713-passenger Disney Wonder, will have three home-ports during the January to May 2021— Galveston, New Orleans, and San Diego.
Disney said it will continue to base its two largest ships — the 4,000-passenger Dream and Fantasy — at Port Canaveral. The Disney Dream will sail three- and four-night Bahamian itineraries, while the Disney Fantasy will sail seven-night Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises. The 2,700-passenger Disney Magic will offer three-, four- and five- night Bahamian and Western Caribbean cruises from Miami. The cruises from Florida will make a stop at Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay, in the Bahamas.
Disney is expanding its fleet, and also has plans to expand its presence at Port Canaveral to three ships. Disney Cruise Line will grow to seven ships by 2023. The line unveiled that it had ordered not just two, but three ships from Meyer Werft to be delivered in 2021, 2022 and 2023. The announcement was made at the D23 Expo in Anaheim California on July 15, 2017.
The new Disney Wish scheduled for delivery in December 2021 and won’t sail from Port Canaveral until January 2022. There is no further information on the itineraries.
Two more Disney ships —not named yet— are scheduled for delivery in 2022 and 2023. All three of Disney’s new ships will be powered by liquefied natural gas.
According to eu.floridatoday.com.