All November 2020 Sailings Removed From Disney Cruise Line’s Website

Following CLIA’s announcement on Wednesday, further extending the voluntarily and temporarily suspending cruise ship operations from U.S. ports until October 31, 2020, Disney Cruise Line quietly removed all November sailings from their online booking page. As expected, the October sailings were removed shortly after the CLIA announcement, but Disney has still not alerted guests and travel agents about the impending cancellations.

DCL Booking November 2020 20200806

The following November 2020 sailings are no longer listed:

Disney Magic

Disney Wonder

Disney Dream

Disney Fantasy

The next bookable cruises on Disney Cruise Line’s website are:

Now, with today’s disappearance of November sailings for the fleet we are left to speculate. First of all, the November sailings, and while we are talking about it, the October sailings are NOT officially cancelled. The October sailings are inevitable, but the November sailings could just be Disney’s way to limit further bookings in order to limit capacity for onboard physical distancing and required quarantine stateroom inventory if the ships are able to resume sailing under restrictive guidelines. Alternatively, they could simply be preventing any further bookings until they have a better idea what the future holds.

I stress, 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.

We will continue to monitor this situation and provide updates when applicable.

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