Are you planning your dream cruise getaway? Sailing with Disney Cruise Line is known to be one of the best of the best in the cruise industry, and we can personally say we’d agree. Disney’s cruise fleet includes the Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy, Disney Wonder, Disney Magic, and soon-to-be the newest cruise ship – the Disney Wish. As the excitement surrounding the return of the cruise industry heightens, we’re also seeing new mandates being placed as recently as of yesterday (August 24). The Disney Cruise Line announced they are now requiring all sailing Guests (12 and older) to be vaccinated prior to boarding their ship. On the heels of yesterday’s announcement, a new Disney Cruise Line commercial has been released.
One of the Disney Cruise Line’s ships, The Disney Dream, recently returned from its first sailing to the Bahamas from Port Canaveral. With the rise of COVID 19 cases in Florida, the Bahamas have now enforced that ships docking must have each Crew Member and all Guests vaccinated – hence the new vaccine mandate from Disney Cruise Line.
Along with the commercial below, Disney also shared the news that Guests visiting Port Canaveral will now be able to experience the newly enhanced terminal at Port Canaveral. Disney shares, “The art-deco-inspired building recently received a sprinkle of pixie dust to help improve the overall boarding experience from the moment our Guests arrive. New terminal features include an extended covered walkway for arrivals, an expanded terminal entrance, and a new passenger bridge as well as refreshed interior touches throughout.”
Disney released the following new commercial: Take a look at what could be waiting for your family on your next Disney cruise. And, on behalf of everyone at Disney Cruise Line, we hope to see ya real soon!
Are you ready to set sail on the big blue with a Disney Cruise Line ship once again? If so, are you willing to receive the COVID 19 vaccination required to board if you haven’t already? We’ll keep you posted as we learn more about the Disney Cruise Line as they slowly but surely return the fleet to waters across the globe!