Disney Cruise Line has suspended cruise departures through April 28, 2020, the line announced on Monday afternoon.
A total of 35 sailings across Disney Cruise Line’s four ships have now been canceled since mid-March due to the worldwide pandemic.
Disney said the cruises were suspended under the advice of health authorities and government officials, and Disney cited the well-being of guests and team members as a top priority.
Passengers on the suspended sailings will receive either a full refund or a future cruise credit to be used toward another Disney Cruise Line voyage within 15 months of the canceled cruise.
Disney Cruise Line also reiterated that no decisions have been made regarding both the Alaska cruise season in light of recent port closures in Canada, and Europe sailings set to begin in mid-May.
In addition to Disney Cruise Line, Adventures by Disney and all Disney theme parks around the world, including Disneyland in California and Walt Disney World in Florida, have suspended operations.
Disney Cruise Line currently has four ships in operation, Disney Wonder, Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy, and Disney Magic.
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