Today, is more than just Walt Disney World’s 50th anniversary, it is the Disney Wonder’s first normal passenger cruise thus completing the Disney Cruise Line fleet’s restart. After 1 year, 6 months, and 12 day layoff for the the Disney Wonder is sailing her first full revenue cruise since operations ceased following her return to San Diego on Friday, March 20, 2020.
Good luck to the cast and crew of the Disney Wonder as they welcome back guests! Be sure to visit the San Diego webcam later today to view the sail away.
The Disney Wonder’s first voyage back is a 4-Night Baja Cruise from San Diego featuring a stop in Cabo San Lucas bookended by two wonderful days at sea. The Disney Wonder will return to San Diego on Tuesday morning for a 3-Night Baja Cruise with a stop in Ensenada. The Disney Wonder restart sailings are somewhat unique as they are the first ship to visit a traditional port of call whereas the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy have only called on Castaway Cay forgoing the typical stop in Nassau during their initial restart with the Disney Magic sailing with just days at sea in Europe.
Are you sailing on any of the Disney Wonder voyages?