As more departures are released for booking, the cruise line has continued to move more towards reopening each of its ships. And, today it was announced that one Disney Cruise ship will be resuming sailings soon.
Disney Cruise Line has announced that the Disney Wonder will begin sailing once again, starting November 19th from Galveston, Texas. Guests will be able to depart on various Western Caribbean cruises with stops at ports like Cozumel and Costa Maya, Mexico.
However, a few changes have been put in place for upcoming sailings on the Disney Wonder! 6-night sailings that are scheduled on November 23rd, December 7th, and December 31st will now be visiting Costa Maya and Cozumel, Mexico, instead of Key West, Florida and Disney Castaway Cay. Similarly, the 6-night sailing on December 21st will be going to Progreso, Mexico, as opposed to George Town, Grand Cayman. And, next year, the 6-night sailing scheduled for January 14th, 2022 will be going to Cozumel, Mexico and George Town, Grand Cayman, instead of the planned Key West, Florida and Disney Castaway Cay.
Guests who sail on these modified cruises will receive a $400 non-refundable onboard credit per stateroom that can be used towards onboard purchases. As more Disney entertainment and news is announced soon, you can stay tuned with AllEars for the latest updates you need to know!
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