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  • On Apr 3, 2022
    Jayne from Auckland Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    My partner and I just want to know if You can go from one cruise straight onto another is there a way to book this? We want to do transatlantic from England to USA but we possibly want to do another cruise of the bahamas and then another in Hawaii.

    Ahoy there, Jayne, and thank you for sailing our way here at planDisney!

    Ah, looking to back-to-back-to-back (ish) multiple Disney Cruise Line Vacations? I can definitely understand your desire to do so! Especially coming from all the way from New Zealand, I can't think of a better way of maximizing your time Stateside than embark on multiple Disney Cruises! Luckily, not only is there precedent for this type of vacation, there are numerous examples of back-to-back itineraries available through much of the year!

    Now, it's important to remember that certain itineraries are only offered at specific times of the year, so unfortunately, combining a Transatlantic itinerary with a Hawaiian one may not be possible based on the historical dates that those two itineraries have been offered. But they don't call me "planDrew" for nothing, so even if that's not possible, let's see what we can figure out! While many 2023 dates haven't been released yet, we'll use 2022 as our example!

    If you'd like to start with the 12-Night Westbound Transatlantic cruise from Dover, England ending in New York, based on the 2022 dates, you'll be looking at September as the Disney Magic ends her Summer in Europe! From there, it looks like the Magic sails from New York to Bermuda on a 5-Night itinerary taking you into early October with "Halloween on the High Seas" cruise! Then, the Disney Magic continues sailing out of New York for the entire month of October, heading to Canada and finishing up on a 7-Night sailing to the Eastern Caribbean ending in San Juan!

    Now if you're still looking for a Bahamian cruise, there's a two-day gap from October 5th when the Bermuda itinerary ends, and a 3-Night Bahamian cruise departing October 7th from Port Canaveral on the Disney Wish, the newest ship in the fleet! That's about as close as you'd want those dates to be relocating from New York to Florida! What a great way to see both the original Disney Cruise Line ship and the newest in a single trip! While you'd have to pack your bags and fly to Orlando, with two other cruise segments under your belt, this would be a cinch, right? haha.

    Like I thought, Hawaiian itineraries are usually only offered in late April or May, so there's unfortunately not a way to make those work back-to-back, but now that you know, you can keep an eye out for the next time those are offered! 

    Whew, that was some extreme "What if" type of planning, but before I let you go, I think it'd be helpful to know some additional info about checking-in on back-to-back cruises:

    The check-in process for consecutive cruises is a seamless process. All of the details will be spelled out in instructions that your stateroom attendant will leave in your stateroom the night before your first debarkation day. If you want a little extra reassurance, you can also check at the Guest Services Desk on Deck 3, Midship for specific instructions at any point during your sailing! Oh, and I'd be sure to keep a bag specifically for travel documents to be sure you never lose track of them between your embarkations, especially since needed because you’ll have to clear customs in between voyages. 

    Wow, I think we'd better surface after such a deep dive into the exciting possibilities of back-to-back cruising on Disney Cruise Line. I hope that was a helpful first look at how you'd go about this, Jayne! Thank you so much for your question, and if you have any others as you get deeper into planning, please sail my way again here at planDisney! 

    Until then, may your anchor be tight and your compass true! 

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