Disney Wonder Leaves Dry Dock in France

Disney Wonder

Disney Cruise Line is one step closer to accepting passengers aboard their ships. The Disney Wonder has moved from its dry dock to a wet one! 

The fleet of four ships (Disney Magic, Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy, and Disney Wonder) were assembled in Brest, France during the halt of operations. The Disney Cruise Line suspended all cruises starting in March of 2020 and has slowly extended its original cancelation due to the coronavirus outbreak. Currently, no more sailings will depart until January 2021.

The Disney Wonder was built in 1999 and makes sailings from Galveston in the winter and San Diego in the spring. It also departs from New Orleans and Alaska seasonally. As all 2020 cruises have been canceled since March 14, the ship was moved to a dry dock to have work done. Disney has remained mum on exactly what that work entails.

Disney Cruise Line is a favorite vacation choice for many families, and recently received a Porthole magazine award for “Best Cruise for Families.” Their excellent kids’ programs, diverse ship, and shore excursions, great food choices, and award-winning entertainment are just a few of the reasons travelers choose Disney to cruise with. Many fans even travel without children, proving once again that Disney is not just for the little ones!

It’s exciting to see the Disney Wonder take its first moves back to sailing. Disney Cruise Line has taken an abundance of precautions to ensure that when they resume cruises it will be with public safety in mind. We are watching closely to see how this process continues to unfold!

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Allison Luna