Along with Disney theme parks around the world, the Disney Cruise Line has closed for the time being to guests as a health and safety precaution.
While the Disney Magic won’t be sailing until October at the earliest and different cruises have been canceled through July (along with Adventures by Disney), the cruise ships are actually expected to resume sailing pretty soon.
If you’d like to take a little getaway on the Disney Cruise Line, you can receive up to 25% off a cruise booked on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy this August and September!
Huge thanks to Small World Vacations for this info, and don’t forget to consider them when you book!
On August 14th, the Disney Dream will be setting sail on a 3-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral for travelers to enjoy the island life and visit Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay. The 3-night cruise costs $831 per person with taxes, fees, and port expenses of $76 per person. The price is based on double occupancy in a stateroom (and so are the rest of the cruises mentioned below).
If you just REALLY love Castaway Cay and that Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich Hack, you can get away on a 3-Night Bahamian Cruise aboard the Disney Fantasy that has 2 stops at Castaway Cay! The cruise departs from Port Canaveral on August 28th at $783 per person with $75 extra in fees.
The Disney Fantasy is a gorgeous ship with so much to do and see (like the AWESOME themed kids’ clubs) when you climb aboard. While you’re setting sail from Port Canaveral on August 31st, you’ll be able to stop by Nassau, visit Castaway Cay, and maybe even spend a day at the Atlantis Aquaventure Water Park during the 4-Night Bahaman Cruise. Your family can go on the Disney getaway for $780 per person with $77 in fees.
Did you know that Disney Cruises could be spooky?? Celebrate Halloween with spooktacular fun aboard the Disney Dream with decorations that will give you hot-and-cold running chills and special eats galore.
The 4-Night Halloween on the High Seas Bahamian Cruise will depart from Port Canaveral on September 6th for $752 per person and $76 in fees, September 10th for $752 per person and $76 in fees, and September 14th for $732 per person with $76 in fees.
Below are a few additional details.
- Valid for new bookings only.
- Full payment is required at the time of booking for all Guests and is non-refundable.
- Full legal names of all Guests are required at time of booking and no name changes are allowed.
- Specific stateroom will be assigned at a later time, based on availability.
- Rate does not include gratuities or Port Adventures.
- Not combinable with Disney Vacation Club Points.
- The number of staterooms allocated for this offer is limited.
- This offer cannot be combined with any other Disney offers or discounts.
- Rates are in U.S. dollars.
- Offer subject to Disney Cruise Line Terms and Conditions.
Although the ships may not all be open at the same time for a little while, guests can still make new bookings on these upcoming departures or receive future cruise credit for previously canceled vacations. We will continue to keep you updated with more details on the Disney Cruise Line and the Disney Parks reopening!
But There’s MORE!
If you’re planning on taking advantage of these discounted sailings, remember that Small World Vacations, the preferred vacation planner for Disney Food Blog (because we’ve known them FOREVER and they’re AMAZING) is the perfect choice to help you plan around all the updates and differences.
PLUS by choosing them, you can get a $50 – $1000 on board credit, which comes in VERY handy for spa visits, date nights, candy store visits, and more! Be sure to tell them DFB sent you. 😀
Have you been on a Disney Cruise before? Let us know in the comments below!