Disney Cruise Line Suspends all Cruises Through October 31st Now


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July 28, 2020: Heading back out to sea with the ship empty.

Disney Cruise Line Coronavirus (COVID-19) Travel Alert

August 6, 2020

Disney Cruise Line Extends Suspension of All Departures through at least October 31, 2020

In alignment with the announcement made on August 5, 2020 by Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) regarding the voluntary extension of suspended passenger operations from U.S. ports, Disney Cruise Line is cancelling sailings through at least October 31, 2020.

Guests booked on affected sailings who have paid their reservation in full will be offered the choice of a cruise credit to be used for a future sailing or a full refund. Guests who have not paid their reservations in full will automatically receive a refund of what they have paid so far. These Guests and travel agents will receive an email from Disney Cruise Line outlining details and next steps.

Guests who booked their reservation through a travel agent should contact them directly with any questions. Those who booked directly with Disney Cruise Line and have questions after receiving their email should call us at (866) 325-6685 or (407) 566-7797.

Below is a list of impacted sailings:

Disney Magic Disney Wonder Disney Dream Disney Fantasy
Aug. 5-13

Aug. 13-20

Aug. 20-30

Aug. 30-Sept. 6

Sept. 6-13

Sept. 13-18

Oct. 2-12

Oct. 12-17

Oct. 17-22

Oct. 22-27

Oct. 27-Nov. 1

Nov. 1-7

Nov. 7-12

Aug. 10-17

Aug. 17-24

Aug. 31-Sept. 7

Sept. 7-14

Sept. 14-18

Sept. 18-23

Sept. 23-27

Sept. 27-Oct. 4

Oct. 4-9

Oct. 9-12

Oct. 12-16

Oct. 16-18

Oct. 18-23

Oct. 23-28

Oct. 28-Nov. 1

Nov. 1-Nov. 6

Nov. 6-20

Aug. 7-10

Aug. 10-14

Aug. 14-17

Aug. 17-21

Aug. 21-24

Aug. 24-27

Aug. 27-30

Aug. 30-Sept. 3

Sept. 3-6

Sept. 6-10

Sept. 10-14

Sept. 14-18

Sept. 18-21

Sept. 21-25

Sept. 25-28

Sept. 28-Oct. 2

Oct. 2-5

Nov. 1-8

Nov. 8-13

Aug. 8-15

Aug. 15-22

Aug. 22-25

Aug. 25-28

Aug. 28-31

Aug. 31-Sept. 4

Sept. 4-7

Sept. 7-12

Sept. 12-19

Sept. 19-24

Sept. 24-29

Sept. 29-Oct. 4

Oct. 4-10

Oct. 10-13

Oct. 13-16

Oct. 16-19

Oct. 19-23

Oct. 23-26

Oct. 26-30

Oct. 30-Nov. 2


August 12, 2020:  Viking Cruises announced today that they are suspending all scheduled cruises through December 31, 2020.

Read announcement: Viking CEO announcement of suspending cruises


disney cruise line ship alaska2020 has been the worst year for the global cruise industry EVER.

There’s nothing to compare this to except maybe WWII when leisure cruising was too dangerous (too many torpedoes in the water!) and most cruise ships were turned into military transport ships or docked.

The entire global cruise ship industry literally has $0 income right now.


The industry has been in free fall since March with no bottom in sight.

This is the 4th extension of the CDC’s No Sail Order since March 2020.

We don’t expect cruise ships to sail again full of passengers until sometime in Spring 2021.

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All Disney cruises are canceled for now. Billions in revenue lost.
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My DCL pins
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All three of the grand ladies docked for a time at Port Canaveral at Disney’s dock there.


Disney Dream cruise
Aboard the Disney Dream on our 4 day cruise to the Caribbean.

We’ve written two books about our time working – and playing – as Disney Cast Members at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.

Both are available on Amazon.com in paperback and Kindle:  Two Girls and a Mouse Tale and Adventures in the Animal Kingdom.

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Adventures in the Animal Kingdom
book Two Girls
Two Girls and a Mouse Tale

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Have a magical day!

Two Disney Sisters

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Two Disney Sisters
Sailing aboard the Disney Dream
Disney cruises are the best! ❤


Have you ever heard the ship’s horns play?  We have!!! Sooo loud!

Battle of the Horns at Castaway Cay




8 replies to “Disney Cruise Line Suspends all Cruises Through October 31st Now

  1. I wonder if they’ve tried to get that law reversed temporarily that says cruise ships have to hit a foreign port… If a cruise ship could cruise to nowhere and everyone was tested before they got on, maybe they would be safe?! Would need to be at least a week cruise, though, to make it worth all the testing I would think.

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      1. I believe it is technically part of the Bahamas. The post office on the island uses stamps and a postmark from the Bahamas. I’ve never been there myself though.


  2. Think about how the cruise ships Ports of Call, especially in Mexico and the Caribbean, are suffering right now from a lack of ships docking! Every time a cruise ship docked, it was a $1 million to $2 million boon to the local economy. Now, nothing, no tourist dollars or port fees since March. $$$$$$$ lost. Same with the US ports of Call too….from Alaska to California to Florida to Boston. Nada.


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