Disney Dream at sea
The Disney Dream continues the Disney Cruise Line tradition of blending the elegant grace of early 20th century transatlantic ocean liners with contemporary design to create one of the most stylish and spectacular cruise ships afloat. The Disney Dream offers modern features, new innovations and unmistakable Disney touches. (David Roark, photographer)

Disney Cruise Line Removes Early December Sailings From Site

Disney Cruise Line has officially suspended all cruises through October 31 and guests are still able to use the flexibility offer through that date. Additionally, Disney Cruise Line has now removed all cruises through mid-December from their site.

(David Roark, photographer)

No sailings are available in November, and the earliest sailing currently available leaves December 12 and returns December 19. This indicates that sailings before then have been canceled and guests with a booking will be notified of a cancelation. Christmas and New Year cruises are not yet affected, though may get canceled in the coming months.

The only ports that list sailings for the rest of the year are Port Canaveral, Miami, and Galveston. All four ships are listed, though not all ships are currently docked in the USA.

The “Cruise Date Flexibility” program allows guests to more easily re-schedule to a different cruise on or before March 31, 2021. It’s likely this program will continue to be extended as more sailings are suspended.

We will continue to keep you updated on the status of Disney Cruise Line sailings and cancellations.

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4 months ago

I’m on the Fantasy November 5th, and my reservation still shows as valid. They are no longer accepting reservations through mid December for distancing purposes.