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Disney Cruise Line Suspends Even More Sailings

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Disney Cruise Line Extends Suspension of Operations

Disney Cruise Line has now followed many other cruise lines by extending its suspension on operations. The cruise line has announced all departures through June 18, 2020, are now cancelled. This also goes for Disney Magic sailings through July 2 and Vancouver departures through the end of June.

This comes as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) extended its “No-Sail Order” for up to 100 days. This impacts cruise lines under its jurisdiction in the United States. Canada has also suspended cruises until July 1, 2020.

Here is the list of impacted sailings:

Disney Magic

  • April 25-30
  • April 30-May 4
  • May 4-8
  • May 8-11
  • May 11-23
  • May 23-30
  • May 30-June 6
  • June 6-13
  • June 13-22
  • June 22-July 1
  • July 1-13

Disney Wonder

  • April 24-29
  • April 29-May 8
  • May 8-18
  • May 18-25
  • May 25-June 1
  • June 1-8
  • June 8-15
  • June 15-22
  • June 22-29
  • June 29-July 6

Disney Dream

  • April 27-May 1
  • May 1-4
  • May 4-8
  • May 8-11
  • May 11-15
  • May 15-18
  • May 18-22
  • May 22-25
  • May 25-29
  • May 29-June 1
  • June 1-5
  • June 5-8
  • June 8-12
  • June 12-17
  • June 17-21

Disney Fantasy

  • April 25-May 2
  • May 2-9
  • May 9-16
  • May 16-23
  • May 23-30
  • May 30-June 6
  • June 6-13
  • June 13-20

Those guests on the impacted sailings will be provided with options on compensation and re-booking. A future cruise credit can be used on another booking sailing within 15 months of the original date. A full refund of the entire cruise fare can also be done. The options from Dinsye are not as good as some other major cruise operators which are providing 125% Future Cruise Credit.

Also Read: When Will Each Cruise Line Resume Sailings Again?

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