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Disney Cruises from Los Angeles

Taking a Disney Cruise from the Port of Los Angeles

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Disney Magic Cruise Ship

Disney Magic Cruise Ship

Photo © 2008 Kayte Deioma, used with permission
If you're planning a trip to Disneyland California and you want to extend your LA Disney experience beyond the Disneyland Resort boundaries, or if you've already done the theme parks and you're looking for a new Disney experience, you can schedule in a Disney Cruise departing from the World Cruise Center at the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro, CA. If you're a fan of Disney's theme parks, you'll appreciate the attention to detail Disney gives to the family cruise experience.

Which Disney Ships Depart from Los Angeles?

With rare exceptions, all Disney cruises from Los Angeles are aboard the Disney Wonder. Like its sister ship, the Disney Magic, based in Florida, the Disney Wonder was designed with families in mind. Special amenities include family staterooms, youth clubs and children's activity centers, as well as designated family pools and dining rooms and family-friendly entertainment. For those traveling without kids, there are also adults-only pools and dining options.

The art nouveau décor of the Disney Wonder incorporates iconic Disney characters along with nautical wave themes. A bronze statue of Ariel, from The Little Mermaid greets guests in the lobby of the ship.

Where Can You Cruise on A Disney Ship from Los Angeles?

The Disney Wonder offers itineraries from Los Angeles to a variety of Pacific destinations.

The most frequent destination is the west coast of Mexico, known as the Mexican Riviera. Disney 7-night cruises to the Mexican Riviera usually stop in Cabo San Lucas and Puerto Vallarta, with some trips including an additional stop in Mazatlan. Mexican Riviera cruises are offered from October through April.
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Disney's Pacific Coast 7-night cruises originate in Los Angeles, then travel north to San Francisco. Southbound, they bypass LA to stop in San Diego and Ensenada, Mexico before returning to Los Angeles. Most of the Pacific Coast cruises depart in the late summer or fall.
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Disney offers 14 and 15-night Hawaiian cruises aboard the Disney Wonder just a couple times a year. The cruises stop at four Hawaiian islands and make a stop at Ensenada, Mexico on the return voyage.
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Once a year, you can take the Panama Canal repositioning cruise from Los Angeles to Miami via Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; Puerto Vallarta, Mexico; Panama Canal, Panama; Cartagena, Colombia; and Costa Maya, Mexico. From Miami, the Disney Wonder cruises to the East and West Caribbean.
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During the summer, the Disney Wonder relocates to the Pacific Northwest and offers cruises from Seattle and Vancouver to Alaska. They also offer one repositioning cruise from Vancouver to LA.

Disney does not currently offer any summer cruises from Los Angeles.

Disney Wonder Fast Facts

Length: 964 feet
Width: 106 feet
Decks: 11
Tonnage: 83,000
Passenger Capacity: 2700
Cast & Crew: 950
Tinkerbell is the Godmother of the Disney Wonder

More Cruises from Los Angeles by Cruise Line

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Crystal Cruises from Los Angeles
Holland America Cruises from Los Angeles
Norwegian Cruises from Los Angeles
Princess Cruises from Los Angeles
Carnival Cruises from Long Beach (Mexico only)

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Cruises to Mexico from Los Angeles
Cruises to Mexico from Long Beach (Carnival Cruises only)
All Cruises to Hawaii from LA
Pacific Coast Cruises to San Francisco or Canada from Los Angeles
Transcanal/Panama Canal Cruises - through the Panama Canal to various other locations
Cruises to South Pacific
World Cruises, from LA through the Panama Canal to Europe

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