Disney Wonder sailings beginning with the April 24th repositioning cruise to Vancouver, the Hawaii voyages, and all May and June Alaskan cruises have been removed from Disney Cruise Line’s cruise search and booking page.
While no official announcement has been made by Disney on the missing sailings, this does come less than 24-hours after Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the Canadian cruise season is suspended until July 2020.
The following are the sailings that are no longer listed on Disney Cruise Lines website, all of which include a Canadian port of call.
- Friday April 24, 2020 5-Night San Diego to Vancouver Cruise
- Wednesday April 29, 2020 9-Night Hawaiian Cruise from Vancouver
- Friday May 8, 2020 10-night Hawaiian Cruise from Honolulu
- Monday May 18, 2020 7-Night Alaskan Cruise from Vancouver
- Monday May 25, 2020 7-Night Alaskan Cruise from Vancouver
- Monday June 1, 2020 7-Night Alaskan Cruise from Vancouver
- Monday June 8, 2020 7-Night Alaskan Cruise from Vancouver
- Monday June 15, 2020 7-Night Alaskan Cruise from Vancouver
- Monday June 22, 2020 7-Night Alaskan Cruise from Vancouver
- Monday June 29, 2020 7-Night Alaskan Cruise from Vancouver
Please note, at this time, this is information is based on an observation and should not be considered fact until any official announcement is made by Disney Cruise Line. Please do not call Disney based on this posting, as nothing has officially changed.
UPDATE: On March 15th, Disney Cruise Line emailed guests booked on the removed Disney Wonder sailings the following correspondence reiterating what I stressed above, these cruise have NOT been changed or canceled at this time.
At this time, we have not made any changes to sailings departing after this date, including your sailing. We are monitoring global developments and following the guidance of public health authorities and ports of call regarding who they will allow to disembark based on travel history and health screenings. We will notify you should itinerary changes be necessary.
We will continue to monitor this extremely dynamic situation brought on by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) threat.