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  • On Sep 7, 2011
    Gina from MA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Dear Andi, What is the cheapest best destination to go on a disney cruise in July.

    Hi, Gina!

    There are so many factors which come into play to determine a total cruise fare that it's hard to pinpoint an exact answer to your question.  Plus, "best destination" is really in the eye of the guest, right?!

    My advice is to head over to the Find a Cruise Page on and plug in your various information:

    • How many guests are traveling and what are their ages?
    • From which home port will you sail? (You'll need to consider how you'll get to that port in your budget, too.)
    • How many nights do you wish to be on the cruise?
    • On which ship would you like to sail?
    • Which type of stateroom will best suit you?
    So, you see, there are many more criteria to determine before you can get an accurate quote, and a "cheaper" cruise for one traveling party may be different for another based on specifications and preferences. For instance, for two adults in an inside stateroom -- it's less expensive to sail on the Canada/New England itinerary for 5 nights aboard the Disney Magic next July than it is for three nights on the Disney Dream to the Bahamas. Plus, I'm assuming that New York City would be an easier port to travel to for you than Port Canaveral.

    I hope this has given you some ideas and pointed you in the right direction. Let me know if you think of other questions as you narrow down your choices and book. Don't tarry...the closer you get to your estimated sail date, the more expensive the cruise fares will be. Have a wonderful day and a magical vacation.

    Bon voyage,

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