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What is the best time of year to travel on a disney cruise?
Re: What is the best time of year to travel on a disney cruise?
It really depends on what you want to see and if your travel plans are money motivated. I recently returned from one of the West Coast cruises on the Disney Magic. We took this trip when it was available simply as it was a limited itinerary (only 12 sailings to Mexico). We are again going on a limited sailing (10 day Southern Caribbean) next year in September. September and October are usually the less expensive times to travel. Prices are a great deal higher during times when children are out of school. My personal taste is to avoid the short 3 and 4 day cruises and always take a seven day or longer. Hope this helps in some way.