Disney Magic cruise ship still set to visit Plymouth UK despite World Navigator cancels voyage

   September 7, 2022 ,   Cruise Industry

The DCL-Disney Cruise Line's boat Disney Magic is still set to call at Plymouth (England UK) despite another large liner canceling her journey. A scheduled stop-off for World Navigator was canceled after parent company Atlas Ocean Voyages (Mystic Cruises' brand) abandoned the entire voyage because not enough tickets had been sold.

World Navigator is among 5 ships in the fleet of Atlas Ocean Voyages which sail in the Mediterranean, the Arctic and Norwegian Fjords, the Caribbean, South and Central America, as well as Northern Europe, including the British Isles.

However, MS Disney Magic is still on schedule to call at Britain’s Ocean City. The arrival of the 294-m long vessel due to stop in the Sound on September 20, is still proving "dreams eventually do come true."

Disney Magic's visit to Plymouth was canceled last year. But when she arrives later in September, the ship will carry ~1,200 Mickey Mouse-loving guests and will spend 11 hours in the Sound.

Plymouth UK (England) cruise ship

Destination Plymouth said they were expecting 2 cruise calls to Plymouth UK this month, but unfortunately, World Navigator's scheduled call on September 16 had been canceled "as a result of the entire cruise being canceled due to poor sales.”

However, the organisation revealed it was delighted the Disney-themed ship was still on course.

“On a happier note, we are looking forward to welcoming the next scheduled cruise ship, Disney Magic on September 20. This cruise is a 12-night Westbound Transatlantic - Dover to New York with over 1,200 passengers onboard anchoring out in Plymouth Sound from 7.30hrs - 18.30hrs.”

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