Guests are getting hyped about The Disney Wish finally setting sail on June 9, 2022, and cruises are booking FAST. But how do the prices for the brand-new Disney Wish compare to the prices of the Disney Magic, Dream, Wonder, and Fantasy? Let’s find out together!
The wonderful thing about Disney Parks is that EVERYTHING comes with a story.
Even the newest cookie shop at Disney Springs has its own backstory, but there’s one tale that encompasses almost all of Disney’s theme parks! We bet there’s a good change you might not even know this is a thing (and for some folks, it’s a BIG thing!). We’re talkin’ bout the elusive, mysterious, and sometimes familiar Society of Explorers and Adventurers — sounds awesome, right? Just wait til you learn more!
Disney cruises are a magical experience. Put Disney characters, delicious dining, and giant pools all on a fancy boat, and then sail that boat to a tropical island? Sounds great to us!
If you’ve ever wished you could have the Disney experience at a more chill, relaxed pace, a Disney cruise is a good choice. So, you need to hear the big news about Fall 2022 Disney cruises!
Disney Cruise Line has been aiming to resume operations this fall, with its newest ship, the Disney Wish, scheduled to begin sailings next summer. However, it looks like those itineraries aren’t ready to set sail just yet.
We previously shared that all Disney Cruise Line sailing were canceled through June; now, it looks like that cancelation window is being extended further into the summer.
The new ship may not be setting sail until Summer 2022, and we may have a bit longer until other Disney cruises start up again in the US, but there is one group of Disney fans who can hop on a cruise this summer!
The global health pandemic has had a major impact on the cruise industry. Even Disney has stated that Disney Cruise Line would be the last arm of its business to return.
Disney Cruise Line has also stated that it hopes to resume some limited cruises by fall and even recently released itineraries for summer 2022. However, sailings are still suspended. Previously, U.S. departures have been canceled through June 2021, and European cruises on the Disney Magic were canceled through September 18th. Now more cruises on the Disney Magic in Europe have been canceled.
Earlier this year we shared that Disney Cruise Line would be sailing again soon…but NOT in the way you might expect!
While the cruising situation from the U.S. continues to develop, this summer Disney Cruise Line will be debuting a WHOLE NEW cruising experience for those from the United Kingdom. And now we’ve got a bunch of details about those cruise itineraries and WHEN you’ll be able to book!
We’ve been keeping you posted on the constantly evolving situation with the Disney Cruise Line.
Although the Disney Cruise Line states it hopes to resume limited operations this fall — and it’s already announced itineraries for summer 2022 — sailings remain temporarily suspended. Previously, all sailings through May had been removed from the website, with select cruises canceled through August. Now, more cancellations have been announced.
The Disney Cruise Line is still not sailing.
All cruises are currently canceled through August 2021, but Disney has stated that it hopes to resume limited operations this fall. And itineraries for summer 2022 have already been announced! But if you’re missin’ that Disney Cruise Line magic — and if you live in the UK — there’s a brand-new experience available.
Can you believe it’s been an entire year since the Disney Cruise Line had its last sailing? As the CDC has continued to extend no-sail regulations and cruises were listed under a new Level 4 risk, the ships have been docked and quiet for some time.
Since then, the Disney Cruise Line has continued to extend its closure (currently through August this year) as passengers are given extended periods of time to use their credits to rebook sailings. Disney has started to look ahead to 2022 by scheduling upcoming departures, but there hasn’t been too much news on when the ships will actually start sailing again.