DCL Announces Disney Wonder Itinerary Alterations for Upcoming Sailings from Galveston, Texas

Disney Cruise Line announced some itinerary changes for the Disney Wonder upon her redeployment to Galveston, Texas in November. Beginning November 19, 2021, the Disney Wonder will sail a variety of Western Caribbean cruises, including stops in Cozumel and Costa Maya, Mexico. The notable change is the drop of Key West, Florida as we saw recently with the last round of Disney Magic itinerary modifications. Guests currently booked on these voyages will receive a $400 per stateroom non-refundable onboard credit that can be used toward onboard purchases as a thank you from Disney Cruise Line for sailing on the revised voyage.

The 6-night sailings on the following dates will now visit Costa Maya and Cozumel, Mexico instead of Key West, Florida and Disney Castaway Cay.

The 6-night sailing on December 21, 2021 will now visit Progreso, Mexico, instead of George Town, Grand Cayman.

The 6-night sailing on January 14, 2022 will now visit Cozumel, Mexico, and George Town, Grand Cayman, instead of Key West, Florida, and Disney Castaway Cay.

Below is a copy of the email from Disney Cruise Line which include additional information for the upcoming Disney Wonder sailings from Galveston, Texas.

DCL Email Wonder Galveston Itinerary Changes 20211006

Disney Cruise Line is specifically reminding those booked on these voyages that all guests 12 years of age and older must be fully vaccinated. Guests 11 years old and under are not required to be vaccinated but must take a pre-trip NAAT test, rapid PCR test or lab-based PCR test for COVID-19 between 3 days and 24 hours before sailing. All Guests are required to take a PCR COVID-19 test administered by Inspire Diagnostics at the terminal before boarding, paid for by Disney Cruise Line.

8 Replies to “DCL Announces Disney Wonder Itinerary Alterations for Upcoming Sailings from Galveston, Texas”

  1. Barry

    Of course, that’s why we booked on DCL, so we wouldn’t be able to go to Castaway Cay. They should double-dip at CC. Two hundred dollars per person won’t fix that. No desire to go to Mexico–if we had, we would have booked a cruise to there.

  2. Barry

    Of course, that’s why we booked DCL to Castaway Cay, to not go to Castaway Cay. DCL should double-dip at CC–two hundred dollars per person doesn’t fix that. If we had wanted to go to Mexico, we would have booked a cruise there. DCL dropped the ball and it’s rolling away…but, they have time to fix this. I guess the children at Key West won, unfortunately–everyone else lost.

    1. Michelle P

      I know for our Wonder cruise, Castaway Cay was already booked on the Key West day with the Magic, so a double dip wasn’t an option for our cruise. it will be interesting to see how many do like we just did and transferred to a ship/itinerary with CC.

  3. Dave

    Did I miss on the stateroom credit for the Disney Magic sailings when Key West was removed?

    Or was that not as drastic of a change compared to these to offer anything?
    Because I think making me go to Nassau instead of Key West should require compensation…(/s…sorta)

  4. Mary Ann

    Wow! It doesn’t make sense to remove Castaway Cay, especially after the fleet is just resuming sailings. We’re open the Nov 8th on the Magic with a stop at Castaway Cay and Cozumel and planning to stay on the ship in. Cozumel and treating it as a sea day. I’d be disappointed as well if Castaway Cay was removed.


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