TCM Classic Cruise 2020 Rescheduled for October 24, 2021

On June 25th, Turner Classic Movies announced the 2020 TCM Classic Cruise will be rescheduled for October 24 – 30, 2021 from Port Canaveral aboard the Disney Fantasy. The cruise is scheduled to make stops in Cozumel, Grand Cayman, and Disney’s private island paradise, Castaway Cay.

Map Fantasy 6 Night Western Caribbean TCM 2020
  1. Sunday October 24, 2021 – Port Canaveral
  2. Monday October 25, 2021 – At Sea
  3. Tuesday October 26, 2021 – Cozumel
  4. Wednesday October 27, 2021 – Grand Cayman
  5. Thursday October 28, 2021 – At Sea
  6. Friday October 29, 2021 – Castaway Cay
    Saturday October 30, 2021 – Port Canaveral (Debarkation)

All guests currently booked on the 2020 TCM Classic Cruise received an email on Thursday, June 25th, detailing the transfer of their reservation to the 2021 sailing. If you did not receive this email or if you have additional questions, please read the detailed FAQ on the TCM Cruise website, or contact Sixthman at 1-877-223-7030.

TCM invites movie lovers for a one-of-a-kind classic movie experience at sea, featuring screenings under the stars, unique presentations by film experts, in-depth interviews and Q&A sessions, fun movie trivia, special guests, and many more surprises along the way!

For more details please visit the official page for this chartered cruise.

6 thoughts on “TCM Classic Cruise 2020 Rescheduled for October 24, 2021

  1. Paul T

    This doesn’t look right to me. How can they advertise for this itinerary. How do they know the dates, debarkation port, ship, ports of call and length of the cruise when the October, November and December 2021 itineraries have not been announced

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    1. Scott Sanders Post author

      Hey Paul, They simply arranged the date with Disney ahead of any itinerary release. This is a chartered sailing which is sold through a third party. If anyone has the funding, they can charter one of the ships. Normally, these arrangements would be made prior to an itinerary announcement and the group chartering would make a separate announcement similar to the way the DVC cruises are announced. The only reason this was announced so early was because this year’s sailing was canceled due to COVID-19 which now allows the organizer to move booked guests who wish to sail next year over.

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  2. Paul T

    Scott, I re-read my post and discovered that I left out a whole sentence. I understand third party charters and we have been on a few. The sentence that I left out was that I found it unusual that they would sell a charter Halloween week. This is the prime week of Halloween on High Seas cruises. Disney has always promoted Halloween on the High Seas, Very Merrytime and Marvel Day at Sea as their premier cruises. Maybe Halloween on the High Seas is not that popular

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  3. YYZ74

    I imagine they already know the Fall 2021 schedule and have for some time, just haven’t released. I hope they do soon!

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