Disney Cruise Line is reaching out to guests who were originally booked on a departure through July 28, 2020, and who moved or cancelled their sail date due to concerns about COVID-19. Since then, with the wellbeing of guests and team members as the top priority and in line with direction from health experts and government officials, Disney Cruise Line has cancelled these sailings.
Guests who modified their reservation and were on a Disney Magic sailing between July 3-26 will be offered an additional future cruise credit equal to 25% of their original voyage fare to use toward the reservation they modified. If guests decide to cancel the reservation they modified, they can receive a full refund.
Guests who cancelled their reservation and were on a Disney Wonder sailing between July 1-28, a Disney Dream/Disney Fantasy sailing between June 19-28, or a Disney Magic sailing between July 3-26 will be automatically refunded any cancellation fees they may have been charged.
We will update as more information is released so stay tuned!
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