The reimagined Disney Magic is making her home in the Port of Miami for the next few months and her first call to the port was cause for celebration.
Recently, Disney Cruise Line Captain Robert Olmer hosted local Port of Miami officials and community leaders aboard the Disney Magic for a plaque exchange ceremony. The ceremony is a maritime tradition that celebrates the relationship between a ship and the destination in honor of her first call.
The Disney Magic is currently sailing four- and five-night itineraries to the Western Caribbean and the Bahamas. In January the Disney Magic will reposition to Port Canaveral for three- and four-night sailings to the Bahamas and Castaway Cay. The Disney Wonder, Magic's sister ship, will begin sailing from Miami on four- and five-night Western Caribbean and Bahamian cruises until May 2014.
We are very excited to bring the newly reimagined Disney Magic to Miami for the very first time," said Disney Cruise Line Captain Olmer. "Our guests have told us they want more opportunities to sail to Disney's private island, Castaway Cay, and to the Caribbean and Bahamas from Florida, and many families find Miami a convenient homeport.
The Disney Magic underwent the most extensive dry dock renovation in Disney Cruise Line history. The renovation included adding the AquaDunk, a redesigned spa experience, and the Marvel Avengers Academy.
Story by Traci C., Source