Disney Cruise Line cancels all itineraries through July 27

   May 14, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

DCL-Disney Cruise Line extended its suspension of departures through July 27, 2020, the company announced on Wednesday, May 13. DCL had previously suspended fleet operations through June 18.

All bookings on the cancelled itineraries will receive either FCC (future cruise credit) within 15 months of the suspended travel or full (10)%)  monetary refund. Booked customers will be emailed for more details. Customers with bookings through travel agents are encouraged to refer questions to the agencies.

DCL decided to cancel all itineraries due to the CDC's guidelines based on the agency's no-sail order for cruises visiting ports in the USA.

Disney Cruise Line cancels all sailings through July 27

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