Disney Cruise Line Cancels Sailings Aboard the Disney Wonder Through September 14, 2020

Disney Cruise Line is reaching out to guests about cruises aboard the Disney Wonder that are now being canceled through September 14, 2020.

The following message has been issued to Disney Cruise Line guests:

As you may be aware, the Canadian government recently extended its decision to not allow cruise ships to dock in any Canadian port until October 31. As a result, Disney Cruise Line is reaching out to clients who were originally scheduled on a sailing of the Disney Wonder that was schedule to depart between Aug. 3 and Sept. 14, 2020, to notify them that these sailings have been cancelled.

In light of this cancellation, for guests who are not paid in full, we will automatically refund any payment made toward the booking. This refund will be processed back to the original form of payment, but may be delayed due to the high volume. For guests who are paid in full, we are offering them the choice of a 125% future cruise credit to be used for a future sailing that commences prior to March 31, 2022, or a full refund. This credit has been automatically added. For guests who purchased the Adventures by Disney Alaska Cruise package on the Aug. 2 or Aug. 10 sailings as part of their vacation, the package will automatically be refunded back to the original form of payment. Impacted sailings include:

  • 8/3 – 7 Night Alaska
  • 8/10 – 7 Night Alaska
  • 8/17 – 7 Night Alaska
  • 8/31 – 7 Night Alaska
  • 9/7 – 7 Night Alaska
  • 9/14 – 4 Night Pacific Coast from Vancouver to San Diego

If you have any questions or wish to speak to someone directly, please contact a member of our reservation team at 1-866-325-6685 or 407-566-7797.

Disney Cruise Line is also extending future cruise credit for guests through March 2022, as mentioned in the statement above. You can read more about this in our post here.

Keep reading WDWNT for continuing coverage on the Disney Cruise Line and how they are handling future cruises in light of current events.

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8 months ago

It is about time for the US government to overturn that centuries old maritime law that prevents a non-US ship to transport US citizens between US ports. We could easily sail Seattle to Alaska, if only it were legal.