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Disney Cruise Line confirmed that the Disney ships will resume sailing from the United States starting on August 9, 2021 with the Disney Dream out of Port Canaveral.
Disney Cruise to Resume US Sailings
Three- and four-night cruises will depart from Port Canaveral for the Bahamas on a tropical voyage that includes a visit to Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay, for an unforgettable vacation at sea.
Disney plans to resume sailing in a gradual, phased approach that emphasizes multiple layers of health and safety measures, developed in consideration of guidance from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other medical experts.
Disney Cruise New Safety Protocols
Disney Cruise added many new public health measures aboard the ships, including reduced ship capacity (for better physical distancing), improved cleaning measures, and added hand sanitizer locations aboard the ships.
Guests 2 years old and older will also be required to wear face coverings while aboard the ships. Disney is also employing new technology in air purification systems onboard the ship, upgrading air filters, and increasing air circulation across the fleet.
Disney Cruise has not announced a return for the Disney Fantasy or the Disney Wonder to cruising in the US. Currently, all sailings aboard these other ships have been cancelled through the end of August and beginning of September, respectively.
Future of Disney Cruise Line
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