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New Updates for Disney Cruise Line Operations Affected by Hurricane Ian

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Disney Cruise Line has announced additional impacts to their sailings due to Hurricane Ian. Here’s the latest:

We have been closely monitoring Hurricane Ian with the safety and well-being of our Guests and Crew Members always top of mind. Due to the weather conditions most recently  forecasted for Port Canaveral and Central Florida, and the impact that the weather might have on port operations, below is a list of anticipated itinerary modifications.

Disney Wish

The Friday, September 30, 2022, sailing of the Disney Wish has been canceled. Additionally, the Disney Wish is currently planning to return to Port Canaveral from its Sept. 26 sailing on Saturday, Oct. 1.

Disney Fantasy 

The Disney Fantasy may arrive in Port Canaveral on Saturday later in the day than originally scheduled, resulting in later embarkation for the Disney Fantasy sailing on October 1, 2022. We will notify Guests should it be necessary to delay embarkation. 

Disney Dream 

We anticipate the Disney Dream will sail as scheduled from Port Miami on Saturday, October 1, 2022.

Contact Center Update

The Disney Cruise Line Contact Center is currently experiencing high call volume. We ask that guests who are not sailing within the next seven days to please contact the call center after October 5, 2022. 

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