March 2021 Sailings Removed From Disney Cruise Line’s Website

Disney Cruise Line quietly removed all March 2021 sailings from their online booking page just before midnight. The removal of sailings from further booking comes just over a week since February sailings were canceled and a couple months after the CDC allowed the No Sail Order to expire and issued framework for the conditional sailing of cruise ships within the jurisdiction of the United States. There has yet to be an industry wide suspension of sailings through March 2021 which would potentially extend the shutdown a full year. However, the removal of sailings from online booking has been a precursor to previously cancellation announcements.

DCL March 2021 Online Booking 20201215

The following March 2021 sailings are no longer listed:

Disney Magic

Disney Wonder

Disney Dream

Disney Fantasy

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

Again, it is important to keep in mind, these sailings listed above are NOT officially cancelled. This 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 based on the framework recently issued by the CDC.

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.

One thought on “March 2021 Sailings Removed From Disney Cruise Line’s Website

  1. Alistair Smith

    Hi Scott,

    Just got an email from Disney, they have are now applying the extended final payment to cruises departing in July.

    Alistair

    Reply

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