After a long time with strict travel restrictions, many people are ready to get out and vacation again this summer. And it turns out that a lot of those people are looking at cruises for their summer trip! If you’ve got a Disney cruise planned for sometime this year, we’ve got some news that could affect your vacation plans.
The Disney Cruise Line has made many alterations over the last couple of years as health and safety policies changed. Payment policies, cancelation rules, face mask mandates, and more have all been updated several times. Now, we’ve got a new update that will apply to all Disney Cruises for 2022.
The Disney Cruise Line has updated their flexibility, cancelation, and payment policies. Now, for all cruises sailing on or before September 30th, 2022, guests can change their sail date for their Disney cruise up to 15 days prior to the ship’s departure. Guests can change their cruise to any date before September 30th, 2023.
Disney Cruise Line also made some adjustments to their Extended Final Payment option. Now, for all sailings through December 31st, 2022, guests can make their final payments up to 60 days prior to sailing. This applies to all guests booked in unrestricted stateroom categories.
And for guests who are sailing from a non-US port on the Disney Wonder from April 21st through May 30th, 2022, and aboard the Disney Magic from May 8th through June 27th, 2022, the final payment deadline has been extended to 30 days prior to sailing.
Remember that the cancelation fee schedule was previously relaxed, so for all sailings through December 31st, 2022, the cancelation fees will only apply if you cancel within 59 days of departure.
If you’d rather not have to deal with all the schedule changes and dates to remember, you should check out our friends over at Small World Vacations. They’ve got a lot of experience in helping guests plan Disney Cruises, and their services are FREE!
We’ll keep watching for more updates from the Disney Cruise Line, so keep following DFB for all the latest news.
Are you sailing on a Disney cruise this year? Let us know in the comments.