Disney Cruise Line is cancelling all October sailings, in alignment with the recent announcement from Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) regarding the voluntary extension of suspended passenger operations from U.S. ports until at least Oct. 31, 2020.
The following November sailings will also be canceled:
-Disney Dream: Nov. 1, 2020 seven-night Eastern Caribbean and Nov. 8, 2020 five-night Western Caribbean sailings
-Disney Magic: Nov. 1, 2020 six-night Eastern Caribbean and Nov. 7, 2020 five-night Eastern Caribbean sailings
-Disney Wonder: Nov. 1, 2020 five-night Baja and Nov. 6, 2020 14-night Panama Canal sailings
Guests who have paid their reservation in full have the choice of a 125% future cruise credit to be used for a future sailing prior to May 31, 2022, or a full refund.
The cruise line will continue to protect travel professionals’ commission on the original sailing that is paid in full and cancelled by Disney Cruise Line.
For reservations that were booked using a Future Cruise Credit from a sailing previously cancelled by Disney Cruise Line, commission on a second sailing will be earned only if the sailing commences and will not be earned if the sailing is cancelled by Disney Cruise Line. In this instance, commission will be paid following the standard commission payment process.
CLIA announced last week its ocean cruise line members have agreed to voluntarily suspend operations. The previous voluntary suspension was set to expire Sept. 15, while the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) currently has a No-Sail Order date of Sept. 30.