Disney Cruise Line Offering Up To 25% Off Verandah Category on Select Fall Cruises From Port Canaveral, 30% Off for Florida Residents

Disney Cruise Line has a special offer for those looking to take a cruise this fall. Guests can save up to 25% on prevailing published rates when they book verandah category with restrictions.

The offer applies to select cruises from Port Canaveral, Florida in September, October, and November. Furthermore, the offer applies only to new bookings. Guests should note that nonrefundable payment is due in full at the time of booking.

In addition, names must be provided for all guests at the time of booking. Name changes are not allowed.

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Families create magical moments and memories together on Disney’s own private island, Castaway Cay. (Matt Stroshane, photographer)

Guests taking advantage of this offer will have the specific stateroom assigned at a later time. Sailing dates and full details are available on Disney Cruise Line’s website.

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Disney Cruise Line is also offering Florida residents up to 30% off on select cruises from Port Canaveral in October and November.

All discounted dates are 3- and 4-night Bahamian cruises aboard the Disney Dream.

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  1. Looks like the vaccine requirement is hurting their bookings… Vaccine requirements have not stopped outbreaks on ships though.

    1. Of course the vax / mask requirements are hurting their bookings. No one in their right mind would want to pay to have that kind of vacation. The majority of these out breaks are coming from vaxxed people. None of this works. None!

  2. No thanks. Remove the mask and vaccine mandates and I’ll gladly pay full price. Until then, NO!

  3. Ill book when Disney removes the mask policy and when/if the Bahamian vaccine EO lifts Nov. 3. Too many other places to go in the world that don’t make these requirements.

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