NEWS: Disney Cruise Line Cancels Sailings Through the Late July

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In light of the global health crisis, Disney Cruise Line has canceled many of its sailings through the summer, along with its Adventure by Disney vacation packages.

Disney Dream

While most of the ships are currently docked at Port Canaveral, it appears that departures won’t be happening anytime soon.

Disney Cruise Line has canceled more sailings on all of its ships through July 28th.

Disney Dream

Guests whose departures are affected will automatically receive the choice of a 125% future cruise credit to use within 15 months of their original sail date or a full refund, if they are already paid in full. Disney will also refund any payments made towards cruises to guests who haven’t paid in full.

Pluto!

Since the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder sailings included Adventures by Disney Cruise Packages, these have been canceled and refunded as well.

Enchanted Garden

The canceled cruises and packages include:

Disney Dream

  • June 21st
  • June 26th
  • July 1st
  • July 5th
  • July 10th
  • July 13th
  • July 17th
  • July 20th
  • July 24th
  • July 27th

Disney Fantasy

  • June 20th
  • June 27th
  • July 6th
  • July 11th
  • July 18th
  • July 25th

Disney Magic

  • July 13th
  • July 18th
  • July 25th
©Disney Magic

Disney Wonder

  • July 6th
  • July 13th
  • July 20th
  • July 27th

Adventures by Disney Cruise Packages

  • July 6th
  • July 13th
  • July 25th
  • July 27th

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One Reply to “NEWS: Disney Cruise Line Cancels Sailings Through the Late July”

  1. My family is scheduled on a cruise Aug 15th. I called DVC when the pandemic started and a “No Sail Order” was issued, sometime in late March early April. I was informed at that time that there were no worries, let’s see what happens, expecting cruises to resume, although no one could predict how deadly and persistent Covid 19 would be. I was assured that I could cancel at any time and would receive 125% credit and 15 mths to sail. At no time during the conversation was I told that the original cancelation time frame with fees would still be charged. The 120 day cancel without 20% charge was mid April. My conversation with the agent was only a few weeks before that date and was not told that I’d be charged to cancel, I was told to wait it out and see what happens. I additionally at that time said I’d not be comfortable to be the first or second sailing when cruises resume, again told not to worry. Now Disney is slated to sail end of July, making my cruise one of the first to sail. I’m not comfortable and fearful that I or my family could get sick and don’t want to sail at this time. I currently can not go to church or get a haircut. I can’t see my family. How could I take my family on a cruise at this time, fearing that I will get sick, or perhaps risk death. Disney is insisting that if I cancel I will be charged 20% and after June 20, 50%. This is a considerable amount of money to lose and under the unprecedented, unusual times I am appalled that Disney would hold me hostage to that 20%. I’ve been in contact several times with managers at Disney and their advise is to hope the end of July sailing will be cancelled. As of now Canada sailings are cancelled and as of yesterday European cruises cancelled. Disney has always been a very fair, best interest of their followers, caring company but now to hold people hostage without a less costly option or reschedule with no fee, is very disappointing and disturbing. As a DVC member since 1995 I am stunned by Disney’s handling of this issue. The deadly virus was not expected, nor was I personally responsible for causing the pandemic. From March moving forward Disney nor anyone else could predict the ramifications and loss of life from Covid 19. Hourly information was changing and Disney should be more mindful of that and not money. Does anyone have any suggestions or comments?