Disney Cruise Line Returning to In-Person Assembly Drills

Recently, the Disney Cruise Line has been rolling back some of their last remaining pandemic rules. Earlier this month, they stated guests will no longer be required to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test (regardless of vaccination) prior to sailing. Now, Disney will be reintroducing in-person assembly drills.

Disney informed travel agents that they are continually reviewing their processes and have made the decision that “all Guests will be required to report to their assigned assembly station in person at the scheduled time on embarkation day.”

In-person assembly drills will begin with the following sailings:

  • Monday, November 14 – Disney Wish
  • Wednesday, November 16 – Disney Wonder
  • Sunday, November 20 – Disney Magic

This past Saturday in-person assembly drills were conducted on the Disney Dream and the Disney Fantasy.

To find their assigned assembly station, guests should check the DCL Navigator App for more information.

Here is the message sent to travel agents:

We regularly review our processes and have made the decision to reintroduce the in-person assembly drills. All Guests will be required to report to their assigned assembly station in person at the scheduled time on embarkation day, beginning on the following sailings:

Saturday, Nov. 12: Disney Dream & Disney Fantasy

Monday, Nov. 14: Disney Wish

Wednesday, Nov. 16: Disney Wonder

Sunday, Nov. 20: Disney Magic

This transition will ensure all Crew Members and Guests are fully aware of our safety procedures in the event of an emergency. The DCL Navigator App will continue to notify Guests of their assigned assembly station, provide directions for getting to their location and share additional safety information with Guests.

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