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Disney Cruise Line Resuming Longer Voyages on Disney Fantasy, Disney Magic Sailing Out of Florida in October

Disney Cruise Line ships the Disney Magic and Disney Fantasy are setting sail from the U.S.A. again. It was already announced that the Disney Wonder will be sailing out of San Diego, and the Disney Dream has been sailing out of Port Canaveral.

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The Disney Magic has been in the U.K. this summer taking guests on special sea-only voyages for the past few months. It will return to the U.S. and sail out of Miami, Florida starting October 28, 2021, with mostly four and five-night cruises. Two Disney Magic sailings in October have been canceled:

  • 3-night sailing on October 21
  • 4-night sailing on October 24

For both sailings, if guests have paid in full, they will receive a 125% future cruise credit. If they have not paid in full, they will receive a full refund. U.K. and E.U. guests will receive a future cruise credit that must be used within 14 days or they will receive a full refund.

Disney Magic itineraries that included Key West as a port of call through May 2022 have been modified to remove Key West. Nassau or Castaway Cay will replace it on those sailings.

The Disney Fantasy will begin seven-night and longer voyages out of Port Canaveral on October 9, 2021. Three Disney Fantasy itineraries in October have been modified and guests will be emailed regarding changes.

Beginning September 3, guests are no longer required to purchase the Vacation Protection Plan (VPP) or provide proof of travel insurance to sail with Disney Cruise Line.

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