Today, Disney Cruise Line announced another extension to their temporary final payment deadline. For sailings through December 31, 2022, Disney Cruise Line is extending final payment until 60 days prior to sailing for guests booked in unrestricted stateroom categories. For sailings through December 31, 2022, the cancellation fee schedule has been temporarily relaxed.
- For Guests booked in non-Suite and non-Concierge categories on sailings through December 31, 2022, the cancellation fee schedule has been temporarily relaxed to 59 days prior to sailing.
- For Guests booked in unrestricted stateroom categories aboard the Disney Wonder that start or end in a non-US port from April 21, 2022 through May 30, 2022, Disney temporarily relaxed the cancellation policy to 29 days prior to sailing.
- For Guests booked in unrestricted stateroom categories aboard the Disney Magic from May 8, 2022 through June 27, 2022, Disney temporarily relaxed the cancellation policy to 29 days prior to sailing.
- Reservations for Inside, Outside and Verandah Categories with Restrictions remain nonrefundable and nontransferable.
The final payment deadline calculations are also updated for sailings through December 31, 2022 on our website under the important date section of the cruise summary.
Details on the temporary cruise cancellation fee schedule can be found below.
For the most up to date information on Disney Cruise Line’s book with confidence offer please visit DisneyCruise.com.
Party of 4 on Concierge level, might need to cancel just 2. Is the deposit lost on those 2 or can be applied to payoff for the 2 still sailing. Not cancelling the whole cabin, just 2 people.
I assume they haven’t extended the FCC deadline or amended (or clarified) the refund policy regarding partial usage for folks who have cruised using FCC but didn’t use all of it and won’t have time/funds to cruise again. My 125% FCC has effectively turned into a ~%90 FCC and they have no interest in giving me the balance back at 100%. Heck, even a CS supervisor doesn’t know (she knew, but wouldn’t say) what happens to that money on 10/1.