Now that Disney World has reopened, we are patiently waiting for the Disney Cruise Line to resume sailings.
Although Disney has stated that this will be the last part of its company to reopen, they have already started to add new health and safety policies for future cruises.
According to the Cruise Lines International Association, which Disney Cruise Line is a member of, negative coronavirus test results are a requirement for all passengers and crew before embarkation.
Even though Disney Cruise Line has suspended all sailings through mid-December, this could likely affect your next cruise. This policy is effective immediately for all vessels containing more than 250 passengers.
The CLIA president and CEO Kelly Craighead announced at Seatrade Cruise Virtual that the CLIA Board of Directors “voted to approve 100% testing of passengers and crew prior to embarkation.”
The association explained that this policy was important because it is “a core element of initial resumption globally.” The cruise industry is the first in travel and tourism to implement 100% testing worldwide.
We are not sure when a Disney Cruise Line ship will set sail again, but it is reassuring that they are setting up health and safety measures! As always, we will keep you updated on any Disney Cruise Line information.
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