DCL-Disney Cruise Line extends Future Cruise Credits

   February 24, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

Since March 2020, ship cruises have been canceled several times due to the ongoing health crisis, causing major rescheduling issues for all cruise shipping companies.

DCL-Disney Cruise Line has communicated with booked customers and travel agencies, informing them of any changes with the latest being that although all DCL voyages had been suspended through April 2021, passengers now have until September 30, 2022, to use their  FCCs-future cruise credits.

DCL refunded passengers up to 150% of their voyage in case they chose to rebook or a full refund. Disney Cruise Line emailed out all guests via 'SeaMail' about the changes.

The extension will provide customers with the opportunity to rebook on Disney Wish (DCL's newest ship/currently under construction) scheduled to debut in summer 2022.

A second newbuild is also planned to enter Disney's fleet in 2022.

Passengers can opt for one of the select voyages on either Disney Magic or Disney Fantasy which are expected to feature Marvel Day at Sea and Star Wars Day at Sea, respectively.

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