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Disney Cruise Line returns to all Mexico ports

Cancun, Q.R. — The Disney Cruise Line has said they will be expanding their San Diego season by offering a variety of cruises to Mexico ports in 2019.

The company says that from March to May of 2019, they will again be offering Mexico cruises that will dock in popular ports such as Ensenada, Cabo San Lucas, Puerto Vallarta and Mazatlán. The Mexico cruises will depart from the port of San Diego and offer passengers two, four, five and seven-night vacation packages beginning November 2.

Cruises from San Diego to Mexico began to decline several years ago, which is when Carnival Cruise Lines discontinued its year-round ships to Mexico’s Baja California coast. Disney says that now, their 1,754-passenger Disney Wonder would return to San Diego in early 2019 for an expanded season of voyages to Mexico.

Disney currently offers cruises to Mexico’s island of Cozumel in the Caribbean Sea with a 4-night Very Merrytime Western Caribbean Cruise that departs from Galveston.

More cruises out of San Diego are on the schedule at Disney Cruise Line.