When Disney made the decision to cancel select 2021 sailings over 7-nights, the 9-Night Alaskan, and the 9-night Southern were replaced with shorter sailings. Guests booked on the cancelled sailings were offered a 10% discount on the replacement sailings which went on sale this morning. The catch, anyone could go online and book the new sailings at the lowest price this morning, but those with the 10% offer were required to wait for the phone lines to open to call.
I will say, comparing the Alaskan, the opening day pricing is below the opening day prices from other 7-night Alaskans around the same wee compared to when those went on sale back in February.
Below, I’ve collected the opening day pricing, lowest price per stateroom category, based on double occupancy (2 adults) for the three replacement cruises to provide a a historical idea on where the cruises are priced.
One last note, the pricing below is representative of a snapshot in time on opening day. As cruises book, prices will increase and stateroom availability will dwindle. The pricing below includes taxes, fees & port expenses for 2 adults.
7-Night Alaskan Cruise from Vancouver
Vancouver, Canada • At Sea • Dawes Glacier, Alaska • Skagway, Alaska • Juneau, Alaska • Ketchikan, Alaska • At Sea
|Monday June 28, 2021||$ 4,458||$ 5,788||$ 8,630||$ 16,792|
3-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral
Port Canaveral • Nassau • Castaway Cay
|Thursday July 22, 2021||$ 2,563||$ 2,659||$ 2,869||$ 4,711|
6-Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral
Port Canaveral, Florida • At Sea • Cozumel, Mexico • Costa Maya, Mexico • At Sea • Castaway Cay
|Sunday July 25, 2021||$ 4,179||$ 4,515||$ 5,139||$ 11,571|
Now that you have had a chance to see opening day pricing for Disney Cruise Line’s replacement 2021 sailings, what do you think? What are you booking?
Think you have a typo that both of the new fantasy dates are same