Disney cruise ships Magic and Fantasy canceled thru October

   September 10, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

After temporarily canceling all of its sailings due to the Coronavirus/COVID crisis, DCL-Disney Cruise Line is preparing to bring more of its liners back to Florida. The company recently announced that two ships would make their return voyages in the USA later this year.

Disney Magic and Disney Fantasy will sail out of Florida ports in October 2021.

Magic is scheduled to restart from PortMiami on October 28, and will sail 4-to-5-night roundtrip itineraries.

Fantasy restarts from Port Canaveral-Orlando earlier (on October 9) with 7-night and longer itineraries to Mexico and The Bahamas.

Disney Fantasy cruise ship

DCL requires all passengers ages 12+ to be fully vaccinated for all voyages starting on September 13.

Vacationers will have to upload proof of vaccination to the Safe Passage by Inspire website at least 24 hours prior to the date of their cruise. Those who don't show proof of vaccination won't be allowed to board the liner. The rule was implemented to meet the Bahamas' requirements regarding vaccines.

Passengers under the age of 12 have to show proof of a negative COVID PCR test taken between 5 days to 24 hours prior to the scheduled departure. When boarding, those guests will have to take another test to confirm they are COVID-free.

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