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Disney Wonder to Resume International Sailings from Galveston Beginning November 19th, Some Without Castaway Cay Visits

Disney Cruise Line returns to the Lone Star State with sailings from Galveston, Texas resuming November 19th. Destinations include Cozumel and Costa Maya, Mexico and the western Caribbean. The ship resumed sailings from San Diego, California earlier this month.

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There have been changes to the itinerary, with select cruises no longer stopping at Disney Castaway Cay.

Six-night sailings on November 23rd, December 7th and 31st, 2021 will now visit Costa Maya and Cozumel in lieu of stopping in Key West, Florida and Disney Castaway Cay, while the six-night sailing on December 21, 2021 will now visit Progreso, Mexico, instead of George Town, Grand Cayman. Additionally, the six-night sailing on January 14, 2022 will now visit Cozumel and George Town, instead of Key West and Castaway Cay.

Guests booked for these cruises will receive $400 non-refundable onboard credit for each stateroom, usable for onboard purchases, or may move or cancel their sailing by October 20th without Disney-imposed cancellation fees. The credit will not apply if the booking is moved.

All guests 12 years of age and older must be fully vaccinated. Guests 11 years old and under are not required to be vaccinated but must take a pre-trip NAAT test, rapid PCR test or lab-based PCR test for COVID-19 between 3 days and 24 hours before sailing. All guests are required to take a PCR COVID-19 test at the terminal before boarding, paid for by Disney Cruise Line. The CDC is currently recommending some high-risk passengers avoid cruising.

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