If you want to see Britain on a Disney ship, now's your chance.
Disney Cruise Line announced Tuesday that it has scheduled its first itinerary to England, Scotland, Ireland and a port in France from which travelers may visit Paris too.
The sailing on the Disney Magic takes 12 days and starts in Dover, England, on June 5, 2016.
Reservations for the new itinerary open Thursday, according to the Disney announcement.
The 2016 cruise stops in:
--Invergordon, Kirkwall and Greenock (near Glasgow) in Scotland
--Newcastle and Liverpool in England
--Dublin in Ireland,
--Le Havre in France (a few hours from Paris) and
--Guernsey, one of the Channel Islands.
The itinerary is a mix of city touring in Paris, Dublin and Liverpool along with seeing castles in the Scottish Highlands and the countryside in Guernsey.
The Disney Magic also stops in Iceland for the first time this summer too.
The ship will spend 2016 at destinations in northern Europe, the Greek Isles and the Mediterranean. Sailings start at seven nights and longer.