DCL-Disney Cruise Line's ship Wonder restarts with 2-night Alaskan cruise on July 5

   January 20, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

DCL-Disney Cruise Line is still intending to restart sailings by summer 2021, despite cancelling all voyages through April 2021. The new itinerary is for 2 nights and stays in North America.

Disney Wonder will be setting sail on the 2-night sailing commencing July 5. The relocation voyage (RepositionCruises.com) is now available for booking. The itinerary leaves from Vancouver BC Canada (on Tuesday) and ends in Seattle WA USA (on Wednesday).

Those who previously had a cruise that was cancelled may call DCL or contact their travel agent because the line is offering some special discounts in case they choose to book the new trip.

Disney Wonder cruise ship

Americans and Canadians wishing to go on the cruise should find it an easy trip as it is not long at sea and DCL will keep their health and safety "at the forefront of the Guest experience."

There has been no information about how shipboard activities or shore excursions will be offered. 

Handwashing, social distancing, and mask-wearing will be strictly enforced. Extra cleaning measures will be in place throughout the ship.

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