DCL-Disney Cruise Line temporarily cancels visits to Nassau Bahamas

   August 29, 2021 ,   Accidents

DCL-Disney Cruise Line delayed its return to Nassau Bahamas as a call port.

The itinerary change impacts select itineraries in September and October 2021.

DCL is gradually restarting passenger shipping operations, beginning with calls at Castaway Cay Bahamas (DCL private island). Nassau is expected to return to cruise itineraries as the line moves forward in the process. 

On the 3-night DCL itineraries, Nassau will be replaced by a day at sea, while on the 4-night roundtrips Castaway Cay will be added a second time. 

Disney Dream ship's 3-night itinerary changes include the Friday departures/dates Sept 10, Sept 17, Sept 24, Oct 1, Oct 8, 2021: "3-Night Bahamian Cruise" from Port Canaveral (Orlando, Florida).

Disney Dream's 4-night itinerary changes include the Monday departures/dates Sept 13, Sept 20, Sept 27, Oct 4, 2021: "4-Night Bahamian Cruise" from Port Canaveral.

The CDC recently issued a Level 4 travel warning for Americans visiting the Bahamas. Additionally, DCL is now requiring all passengers 12+ years of age to have received the COVID vaccine.