Disney Cruise Line cancels all June 2021 sailings, remaining European cruises

Disney Cruise Line has announced a new series of cancellations. As of today, all June 2021 itineraries have been officially cancelled. In addition, the remaining 2021 European cruises have also been cancelled.

The next bookable cruises on the Disney Cruise Line website are:

Disney Dream – July 2, 2021 3-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral
Disney Fantasy – July 3, 2021 7-Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise
Disney Wonder – September 17, 2021 2-Night Baja Cruise from San Diego
Disney Magic – September 29, 2021 5-Night Bermuda Cruise from New York

Guests impacted by the cancellations can choose between a full refund or a 125% credit good for a new cruise taken before September 30, 2022. Bookings made through Adventures by Disney will automatically be refunded.

Disney Cruise Line’s first voyages will likely be the ‘Magic at Sea’ cruises that will sail from the United Kingdom on two, three or four-day staycations this summer. It’s unclear when and how sailings from the United States will resume at this time.

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