Disney Cruise Line Announces Pixar Day at Sea and Marvel Day at Sea Voyages for 2024

Disney Cruise Line has announced the return of Pixar Day at Sea and Marvel Day at Sea in 2024, due to their immense popularity.

Select sailings for Pixar Day at Sea and Marvel Day at Sea will occur from January to early March, departing from Florida ports.

Pixar Day At Sea: 7-Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral

  • January 6-13, 2024 – Disney Fantasy
  • January 20-27, 2024 – Disney Fantasy
  • February 3-10, 2024 – Disney Fantasy
  • February 17-24, 2024 – Disney Fantasy
  • March 2-9, 2024 – Disney Fantasy

Pixar Day at Sea: 7-Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral

  • January 13-20, 2024 – Disney Fantasy
  • January 27 – February 3, 2024 – Disney Fantasy
  • February 10-17, 2024 – Disney Fantasy
  • February 24 – March 2, 2024 – Disney Fantasy

Marvel Day at Sea: 5-Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Fort Lauderdale

  • January 7-12, 2024 – Disney Dream
  • January 21-26, 2024 – Disney Dream
  • February 4-9, 2024 – Disney Dream
  • February 18-23, 2024 – Disney Dream
  • March 3-8, 2024 – Disney Dream

Marvel Day at Sea: 5-Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Fort Lauderdale

  • January 12-17. 2024 – Disney Dream
  • January 26-31, 2024 – Disney Dream
  • February 9-14, 2024 – Disney Dream
  • February 23-28, 2024 – Disney Dream
  • March 8-13, 2024 – Disney Dream

Note that for 2023 Marvel Day at Sea sailings, departures are from Miami. In 2024, they will be from Fort Lauderdale.

Disney Cruise Line Pixar Day at Sea, debuted on sailings last month and introduced Edna and Mrs. Incredible face characters for the first time.

In January 2022, Disney revealed a new opportunity for guests on selected sailings of the Disney Fantasy – an immersive experience of Pixar Day at Sea, which showcases the beloved characters and stories from Pixar’s films. The event is designed to offer guests a unique and memorable vacation.

On these themed cruises, guests will have the chance to interact with their favorite Pixar characters from films such as “Toy Story,” “Monsters, Inc.,” “The Incredibles,” “Inside Out,” as well as Miguel from “Coco,” Remy from “Ratatouille,” and Dug and Russell from “Up.”


Disney announced the return of Marvel Day at Sea, promising it to be “bigger than ever.” The event, previously held on the Disney Magic, will now take place on the Disney Dream. A record-breaking 30+ superheroes and villains will also be featured for the first time.

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