Disney will never let us know what is happening without teasing us first. It seems they have hired a man who is good at teasing us with clues, hints and photos to get us guessing what is coming soon. At the end of 2011, Disney announced the opening of the Magic Kingdom and Disneyland for 24 hours but not before weeks of teasing. Yes, we guessed it right but it’s never confirmed until the Mouse says so.

So, here are the photos so far. Where do you think they are going?

Photo 1


Thanks to a reader, we now think this photo is linked to an Eastern Caribbean Cruise as it is featured in the 2011 Cruise Line brochure

Take a closer look at the photo in the bottom right and you can see it is a snapshot of the above photos

Photo 2

Photo 3

Photo 4

Photo 5

Commonly known as Fleur De Lyis. Could this be an indication of a visit to France? It does also appear on the canadian coat of arms so could be a misleading link to that. As if that isn’t enough options, the Fleur De Lis is also linked with New orleans which resides on the bank of the Mississippi and has it’s on port. Just some ideas to think about.

Place your guesses in the comment box below. Let’s see if we can work this out.

By Adam

Adam has been a fan of Disney since he was small. He runs the Disneybrit Podcast. He is also the author of several Disney books.

9 thoughts on “Disney Cruise Line Tease Us With 2013 Itineraries”
  1. Photo 3 looks like a Greek fishing boat? Disney Magic coming back to Europe? How about sending the Disney Wonder this time, I would like to see the Art Noveau theme.

  2. Think the Disney Magic will probably sail out from Barcelona as it ticks a lot of boxes- such as
    15 minutes from Barcelona Airport
    Rome or the port of Civiattachia is a logistical nightmare, 1hr from Rome airport.

  3. Photo 3: Think its a Lobster boat fishing in Casco Bay, Maine, look like the Disney Wonder may concentrate on the East Coast of the USA, also could be linked with a same cruise that would visit Montreal, think Photo 5 is reference to Montreal, with the Fleur De Lyis as this appears on Montreal’s coat of arms and flag ???

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