Disney Cruise Line has canceled cruises scheduled on the Disney Wonder through June 30, 2020, the company announced this week. Beyond the already announced cancellations through April 28, 2020, a total of nine additional sailings on Wonder are impacted.
Two cruises from Vancouver to Hawaii, on April 28 and May 8, and seven weekly Alaska departures, beginning May 18, will no longer operate.
Disney Cruise Line attributed the cancellations to the closure of the Port of Vancouver to large cruise ships until July 1, 2020. “Given that we have not been able to secure an alternate homeport, it is necessary for us to cancel sailings scheduled to embark and/or debark in Vancouver,” the line said in a statement. The 2020 Alaska cruise season on Disney Wonder is now scheduled to begin with a 7 night sailing on July 6.
Passengers on the canceled cruises have the option of a future cruise credit good for any Disney Cruise Line sailing within 15 months of the original cruise, or a full refund.
Meanwhile, Walt Disney World and Walt Disneyland are both shut down until further notice.
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