Disney Cruise Line cancels early December sailings

   September 13, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

DCL-Disney Cruise Line has officially suspended all sailings through October 31, 2020, and customers are still able to use the flexibility offer through that date. The company has also removed all voyages through mid-December from their website.

No cruises are available in November. The earliest sailing available leaves on December 12 and returns on December 19. This indicates that journeys before then have been cancelled and passengers with a booking will be notified of the cancelation. Christmas and New Year voyages are not yet affected, though might get cancelled in the coming months.

Disney Cruise Line cancels early December sailings

The only cruise ports that list sailings for the rest of 2020 include Galveston TX, Miami FL and Port Canaveral FL. All 4 ships are listed, though not all liners are currently docked in the USA.

The “Cruise Date Flexibility” program now allows passengers to more easily re-schedule to a different sailing on/before March 31, 2021. It is likely the program will continue to be extended as more voyages are suspended.

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