Disney Cruise Line Cancels Sailings Through Early November

As previously announced, the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) has extended its voluntary suspension of cruise operations at U.S. ports through October 31, 2020. Disney Cruise Line has now officially canceled all of their October and some November sailings.

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Below is the list of canceled November sailings.

  • Disney Dream: November 1, 2020 (7-night Eastern Caribbean)
  • Disney Magic: November 1, 2020 (6-night Eastern Caribbean)
  • Disney Wonder: November 1, 2020 (5-night Baja Mexico)
  • Disney Wonder: November 6, 2020 (14-night Panama Canal)
  • Disney Magic: November 7, 2020 (5-night Eastern Caribbean)
  • Disney Dream: November 8, 2020 (5-night Western Caribbean)

Guests who have already paid in full for their cruise can either get a full refund or a 125% credit for a sailing departing before May 31, 2022. They will be able to choose between the refund or credit beginning August 7.

Disney Cruise Line previously introduced a “Cruise Date Flexibility” program that allows guests to more easily adjust their sail date for cruises through March 31, 2021.