For those of you with a Disney Cruise voyage lined up between now and April 28th, the Disney Cruise Line (DCL) website has been updated to let you know your cruise departure has been canceled. You should also receive an email from DCL or your travel agent.
The notice states Disney decided to extend the closure to conform to government and health official suggestions during the global health emergency and to offer the most safe environment for guests and cast members.
If you have a reservation, Disney will send you an email offering you either a refund or a rebooking within the next 15 months with a 125% credit.
Some Disney Cruise Line guests who have already canceled their cruises due to concerns related to the global health emergency, but were charged a cancellation fee are now eligible to get that fee refunded and a partial credit toward a few cruise.
Contact the Travel Agent who booked your cruise for more details of Disney Cruise Line if you booked directly with them.
Note although Disney has not yet announced it, cruises to Canada are in doubt until at least June as Canada has canceled cruise season before June 1. That will affect cruises on the Disney Magic.
Disney Cruise Line initially canceled new cruise departures for about 30 days starting March 14. Some other cruise lines have already canceled their departures until mid-May.