Line has announced that one of its ships will incorporate Alaskan voyages over a four-month season of seven-night sailings in the summer of 2011.
The company has unveiled a programme of cruises for 2011, revealing voyages that will take in the Mexican Riviera, including the Port of Los Angeles, Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta.
Mediterranean cruises have also been re-introduced, with Disney Magic
scheduled to sail from Barcelona through Italy, France and Spain, as well as northern Africa and the island nation of Malta.
Disney Cruise Line president Karl Holz expressed his excitement with the launch, saying an "incredible choice of itineraries" was coming into the market.
He added that these include "vacation options for every family - whether that's outdoor adventure in Alaska, the beauty and culture of Europe, folklore and pageantry of Mexico or tropical fun in the Caribbean".
"The unique advantage of Disney Cruise Line is that we offer a customised ship experience that brings families together," he said.
Written by Chris Smith.