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When will Disney Cruise Line resume cruises?

There has been plenty of chatter recently with various cruise lines starting back up, but the question remains of when might Disney Cruise Line start cruising again?

Just like all the major cruise lines, Disney Cruise Line states all of its cruises are suspended through January 31, 2021.

And just like all cruise lines, Disney has been tight-lipped about when it might resume operations.

5 things that are worth spending extra for on a Disney Cruise (and 5 things that aren't)

What splurges are worth paying extra for on your Disney cruise and which ones should you skip?

Disney offers lots to do onboard that is included with your cruise fare, such as soft drinks, entertainment, character meets and more.  But there are also lots of extras that will cost more if you elect to buy them.

Here is a list of five things that are totally worth the money, and five things you should skip.

Disney Cruise Line cancels cruises through January 31, 2021

Disney Cruise Line announced that it has cancelled all of its cruises through the end of January 2021.

All scheduled cruises through January 31, 2021 are now cancelled on Disney Cruise Line.

Sailings are cancelled on board the Disney Magic, Disney Wonder and Disney Dream through February 1 and the Disney Fantasy through February 6.

DCL ship New York

Disney Cruise Line extends ability to cancel a cruise without penalty

Disney Cruise Line announced on Friday it would extend its Cruise Date Flexibility Offer, which allows cruisers to cancel or change their cruise without a fee.

The Cruise Date Flexibility Offer is now valid on all existing and new reservations made by December 31, 2020 and applies to all cruises on or before May 31, 2021.

Under the policy, guests can change their sail date up to 15 days before their cruise is set to depart without a change fee.

After changing the cruise date under the CDFO, you cannot change it back to the original sail date.

Disney announces 2022 cruises, including new ship itineraries

Disney Cruise Line released their 2022 cruises, which include sailings to Hawaii, the Bahamas, Caribbean and Mexico, departing from coast-to-coast homeports including New Orleans, Galveston, Texas, San Diego, Miami and Port Canaveral, Florida.

Bookings will become open to the public on Oct. 22, 2020.

New ship: Disney Wish

Disney's next new cruise ship, the Disney Wish, will have her maiden voyage in summer 2022.

Disney Cruise Cancellation Policy: Can I Get a Refund If I Cancel My Sailing?

Even if you've booked one of the happiest sailings on Earth, you'll want to know the Disney cruise refund policy in the event that you need to cancel.

Whether you're worried about the current state of the worldwide health crisis or something else has come up and you're simply unable to sail, we've broken down the time frame in which you're allowed to cancel and how you can get the most money back.

All about Disney Cruise Line's newest cruise ships

In 2019, Disney Cruise Line announced it would add three new cruise ships to its fleet.

Here is a look at everything we know about Disney's next generation of cruise ships and what they will offer guests.

What is the name of the new Disney cruise ship?

New DCL ships

We only know the name of one of the three new ships will be built at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany.

Disney Cruise Line cancels cruises through early December 2020

Disney Cruise Line announced on Tuesday that it has cancelled cruises in late November and early December 2020.

Sailings are cancelled on board the Disney Fantasy through December 6; the Disney Dream and Disney Wonder through December 11; and the Disney Magic through December 12.

In a communication to guests on affected sailings, the cruise line said the decision was based on a need to continue working on new health protocols, as well as ambiguity from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on if there could be an extension of the No Sail order.

New Disney cruise ship delayed

The next Disney Cruise line ship looks like it will be delayed.

DisneyCruiseLineBlog shared an excerpt from Walt Disney Company Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Christine McCarthy, confirming the cruise line's next new cruise ship will not be delivered on time.

Where do Disney cruises go?

Disney Cruise Line visits destinations around the world, and despite having a relatively small fleet of ships, can offer cruises to lots of places.

If you are curious where you can sail on a Disney cruise, here are the regions of the world they offer cruises.

Bahamas & Caribbean

Castaway Cay aerial

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