Texans ready to take off with Mickey Mouse, Minnie, Goofy and other friends can look forward to new Disney Caribbean cruises from Galveston in early 2023, the Company announced.

Travel + free time first reported the news, and notes that the Disney Magic liner will set sail from Galveston before “cruising down the bayou” for its debut season in New Orleans.

Bookings available for 2023 routes starting October 21, Disney Cruise Line Notes on his website. Early bird discount for Disney Travel Club members is available through October 18th.

Cruises from Galveston to the Western Caribbean last four to seven days. For example, from January 2-6, 2023 there will be a four-day cruise in the western Caribbean to Cozumel, Mexico.

Other Galveston-Cozumel dates are January 19-23, 2023 and January 27-31, 2023. Prices range from $ 1,930 indoor to $ 5,018 concierge for two passengers.

Another four-night cruise to the Western Caribbean to Progreso, Mexico, will take place January 23-27, 2023. Prices start at $ 1,722 indoor to $ 4,018 concierge for two passengers.

Meanwhile, a seven-day cruise from Galveston in the western Caribbean to Cozumel, Mexico; George Town, Grand Cayman; and Falmouth, Jamaica, launches Jan. 6-13, 2023. Prices range from $ 2,974 for the indoor area to $ 7,538 for the concierge for two passengers.

Disney Cruise Line requires travelers 12 and older to be fully vaccinated and to take a COVID-19 test upon embarkation. Passengers under the age of 12 do not need to be vaccinated, but must have a pre-trip test and COVID-19 rapid test upon embarkation.

As Travel + Leisure notes, this policy complies with a mandate established by the Bahamas in September. Ship captains must submit passenger manifests with the vaccination status of each passenger, even if a ship docks on a private island of a cruise line in the country.

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