Disney Cruise Line Cancels Three Cruises Due to Hurricane Irma


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Due to weather concerns caused by Hurricane Irma, Disney Cruise Line is ending two cruises early and cancelling three other cruises.

The September 2nd sailing of the Disney Fantasy, which has been sailing a modified Western Caribbean itinerary will return to Port Canaveral on September 7th, two days earlier than scheduled. Guests traveling on this sailing will receive a refund equal to two nights of their fare, plus will be given a 25% discount on a future cruise.

The September 9th sailing of the Disney Fantasy has been cancelled. All guests will receive a full refund, plus a 25% discount on a future cruise.

The September 4th sailing of the Disney Dream, which has been sailing a modified Bahamian itinerary will also return to Port Canaveral on September 7th, one day earlier than scheduled. Guests traveling on this sailing will receive a refund equal to two nights of their fare, plus will be given a 25% discount on a future cruise.

The September 8th and September 11th sailings of the Disney Dream have been cancelled. All guests will receive a full refund, plus a 25% discount on a future cruise.

All affected guests have from September 18, 2017 through October 18, 2017 to book a future cruise with the 25% discount offer.



Disney Cruise Line will continue to monitor Hurricane Irma and make any other adjustments necessary for the safety of guests and crew.

Source: Disney Cruise Line



*The information contained in this article represents the opinion of the author, and not necessarily the opinion of the DIS.

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