The Disney Cruise Line fleet is made up of four ships: the Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, Disney Dream, and Disney Fantasy.
Disney Cruise Line has cancelled sailings into June and July for the fleet to promote guest and crew safety amid the current global health situation and in light of the CDC’s current “No Sail Order” for cruise ships. As we follow the status of the ships, Port Canaveral has shared a unique view of three of the four ships currently docked there on the port’s Facebook page.
The images (which Port Canaveral shares via a video) show the Disney Fantasy, the Disney Dream, and the Disney Magic docked together.
And Port Canaveral shared the following message to accompany the video: “MICKEY HAPPY FACE: Port Canaveral had the honor to receive three Disney Cruise Line ships at once, so we decided to put them all together – the Magic, Fantasy and the Dream. It will just be a matter of time before happy passengers are embarking on their new journey.”
The Orlando Sentinel shares that the Disney Wonder remains near San Diego, making regular stops in the port to resupply. The article also reminds that Disney Cruise Line has three new ships on order — the first of which is the Disney Wish.
Though the Wish was originally slated to arrive in late 2021 (with guest sailings to begin in January 2022), it is noted that “the company said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission that there may be some delays in construction at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany.”
Disney CEO Bob Chapek and CFO Christine McCarthy recently addressed the status of Disney Cruise Line in an earnings call, sharing that the cruise line will likely be the last of the company’s travel-oriented businesses to come back online, but also expressed confidence in an eventual return to normal, noting the line’s high ratings among customers. (You can read more about the discussion here.)
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