Disney Cruise Line Cancels Disney Magic European Sailings Through July 2, 2020

Disney Cruise Line announced the cancellation of additional Disney Magic European sailings through July 2, 2020 due to the Coronavirus pandemic. It should also be noted, the Disney Magic’s sailings through July 24th have been been removed from Disney Cruise Line’s online booking page.

First and foremost, we hope that you are staying well during these challenging times. Our lives have changed in such extraordinary ways, yet it is heartening to see family, friends and colleagues caring for one another and doing their part to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.

With the wellbeing of our Guests and team members as our top priority and in line with direction from health experts and government officials, Disney Cruise Line has decided to extend the suspension of Disney Magic departures through Thursday, July 2, 2020. This means that your sailing has been cancelled.

In light of this cancellation, we are offering you the choice of a 125% future cruise credit to be used for a future sailing within 15 months of your original sail date, or a full refund. The credit has been automatically added to your account.

DCL Disney Magic Covid 19 June 2020 Cancelations 20200427

In light of this cancellation, Disney Cruise Line is offering guests the choice of a 125% future cruise credit to be used for a future sailing within 15 months of their original sail date, or a full refund.

The following cruises have officially been canceled:

Disney Magic

By The Numbers | Coronavirus Canceled Cruises

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With this phase of cancelations of 3 Disney Magic sailings spanning 30 nights, Disney Cruise Line has canceled 65 sailings losing total 362 nights across the fleet. The Disney Dream will lose at 18 sailings losing 63-nights, Disney Fantasy 10 sailings losing 70-nights, Disney Magic 20 sailings losing 121-nights, and the Disney Wonder 17 sailings losing 108-nights due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

I set up sailings for each ship for those interested in keeping track of the fleet during the temporary shutdown. The sailings will be updated daily with “at sea” set as the default for each day until we learn otherwise.

This latest announcement comes after the last phase of cancelations on April 15th which included early-June Disney Magic sailings from Barcelona.

Disney Cruise Line Coronavirus (COVID-19) Travel Alert – April 27, 2020 – 10:00 AM

All Departures Through June 18, 2020, Disney Magic Sailings through July 2, and Vancouver Sailings Until the End of June

Disney Cruise Line is aware that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has extended its suspension of cruise departures from the United States. In line with this direction, and with the well-being of our Guests and team members our top priority, Disney Cruise Line has suspended:

  • All new departures of the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy through Thursday, June 18, 2020.
  • All Disney Magic sailings through Thursday, July 2, 2020.
  • All departures on the Disney Wonder through June, given that neither the Port of Vancouver nor an alternate homeport is available.

Guests currently booked on affected sailings will be offered the choice of a cruise credit to be used for a future sailing within 15 months of their original sail date or a full refund. 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 from us should call us at (866) 325-6685 or (407) 566-7797.

Below is a list of impacted sailings:

Disney Magic

  • April 25-30
  • April 30-May 4
  • May 4-8
  • May 8-11
  • May 11-23
  • May 23-30
  • May 30-June 6
  • June 6-13
  • June 13-22
  • June 22-July 1
  • July 1-13

Disney Wonder

  • April 24-29
  • April 29-May 8
  • May 8-18
  • May 18-25
  • May 25-June 1
  • June 1-8
  • June 8-15
  • June 15-22
  • June 22-29
  • June 29-July 6

Disney Dream

  • April 27-May 1
  • May 1-4
  • May 4-8
  • May 8-11
  • May 11-15
  • May 15-18
  • May 18-22
  • May 22-25
  • May 25-29
  • May 29-June 1
  • June 1-5
  • June 5-8
  • June 8-12
  • June 12-17
  • June 17-21

Disney Fantasy

  • April 25-May 2
  • May 2-9
  • May 9-16
  • May 16-23
  • May 23-30
  • May 30-June 6
  • June 6-13
  • June 13-20

Disney Magic European Sailings After July 2, 2020

Guests currently booked on our European sailings through our July 25 departure can change their reservation up until the day before embarkation and receive a 100% cruise credit to be used for a future sailing within 15 months of their original sail date. The credit is non-refundable and standard prevailing rates will apply. Alternatively, Guests currently booked on our July 13, July 18 and July 25, 2020 European sailings may delay their final payment to 30 days prior to their sailing. Guests who booked their reservation through a travel agent should contact them directly. Those who booked with Disney Cruise Line may call us at (866) 325-2112 or (407) 566-3510.

Disney Cruise Line Coronavirus (COVID-19) Additional InformationDisney Cruise Line consistently receives among the highest public health inspection scores and has health and safety protocols in place. We also have a comprehensive plan that outlines protocols for managing illness and closely follow the guidance of public health officials. In light of COVID-19, Disney Cruise Line is operating at elevated cleaning and sanitation levels. Among the procedures currently in place include:

  • Training for all of our Crew Members on how best to prevent the spread of illness on board.
  • A health screening completed by all Guests and Crew Members to check for illness before they board the ship.
  • Extensive cleaning and sanitation of high-traffic areas (e.g., handrails, doorknobs and elevator buttons) and children’s facilities.
  • Cleaning of all staterooms twice a day and additional disinfection when necessary.
  • Discontinuing self-service at buffet locations.
  • Regular communication with Guests and Crew Members regarding how to prevent illness.
  • Hand-washing stations and sanitizing wipes conveniently located throughout our ships.
  • Medical clinics on our ships staffed with experienced doctors and nurses and stocked with supplies and medications to treat a variety of illnesses.

According to public health authorities, Guests can also help prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) and many other illnesses by frequently washing their hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after using the restroom and before eating. Parents can supervise their children to ensure they wash their hands thoroughly. Guests are also advised to cover their nose and mouth with a tissue (or upper sleeve) when sneezing, and avoid sneezing or coughing into their hands or without covering their nose and mouth. Guests or Crew Members who show any symptoms of illness are advised to contact their ship’s Medical Center immediately.

Updates will be posted online as new information becomes available and Guests with specific questions may reach out to us at (866) 325-2112 or (407) 566-3510 or contact their travel agent. Please note that call volumes may be high.

9 Replies to “Disney Cruise Line Cancels Disney Magic European Sailings Through July 2, 2020”

  1. James Arthur

    I’m surprised they didn’t announce the cancellation of the remaining 6 EU cruises. But I guess they are trying to spread out the call center volume.

  2. Anne

    To be honest I expect also 2021 European cruises to be cancelled and possibly replaced by local itiniraries. Which is a bummer since O was booked on one of the May cruise.
    If the change does occur, I expect announcements around the Autumn as I can’t imagine a later one. But again I could be wrong.

  3. ot too optic

    I think the baltic cruises are different from mediterrean. Way less effected of covid. At least a slight spark of hope. All tough I am not too optimistic either.

    1. Chuck

      Except for Russia – the main destination for most Baltic cruises. The effect of the disease is increasing there daily.

  4. Jeremy

    My family was booked on the 12-night cruise. It isn’t clear from the email, but we were able to split the cruise credit between two different future sailings. Both are within the 15 month rebooking window.

  5. Tony Spruce

    I have a party of 10 booked on the Disney Magic Baltic Cruise on 5th August. Disney should offer as a minimum the same 30 day for final payment allowance offered to July Baltic Cruises. As things stand I am expected to pay a large sum next week only to be told shortly afterwards that the Cruise is cancelled.
    Then I have to fight to get the cash back.
    Disney Cruises need to understand that clarity is required now not more drip feeding bad news, we need to know with certainty whether the European programme stands any chance of happening. Most European Countries are only now slightly releasing their Lockdowns restrictions and Russia is not a place to visit right now.

  6. Anne

    As a person living in Europe, I think there is no chance of travel this summer. I live there – borders will remain closed for quite some time. It is not even clear if they could be opened again within Schengen space. We cannot even leave our district.
    If you can reschedule you could at least have a good holiday. I hope only to save you time as you might not have all the local information we have here.
    Even without it – the situation is so bad and not representative of the countries to be visited ; it would be a shame, especially if it is an exceptional trip.

  7. Tony Spruce

    Thanks Anne, you are correct, nobody in Europe expects any country to country travel for many months here in Europe.
    Disney Cruises should decide whether a Cruise will actually happen before they expect a Customer to pay the final payment for a Cruise. Final payment of a Cruise 90 days before a sailing is ok in normal times but not now.


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