Tropical Weather Update
Below are the latest details for Disney Cruise Line posted on their website.This is major announcement from Disney Cruise Line. This goes to show just how potentially dangerous this storm may be. Disney is taking the necessary preconditions to make sure their guest and cast member are safe.
September 5, 2017 – 7:30 p.m
Based on the projected path of Hurricane Irma, including its expected impact on the Caribbean and Bahamas, Disney Cruise Line is making the following adjustments to itineraries
Disney Cruise Line: Canceled Sailings for Fantasy and Dream
The September 9 sailing of the Disney Fantasy is cancelled. Refunds will automatically be processed back to the original form of payment used for the cruise booking.
Additionally, The September 8 and September 11 sailings of the Disney Dream are cancelled. Refunds will automatically be processed back to the original form of payment used for the cruise booking.
Disney Cruise Line: Adjusted Itineraries for Fantasy and Dream
The September 2 cruise of the Disney Fantasy is currently sailing a modified Western Caribbean itinerary. The Disney Fantasy is expected to return to Port Canaveral two days earlier than planned on Thursday, September 7. Guests on this sailing will be refunded two nights of their voyage fare.
Finally, The September 4 cruise of the Disney Dream is sailing a modified Bahamian cruise itinerary The Disney Dream will return to Port Canaveral one day earlier than planned on Thursday, September 7. Guests on this sailing will be refunded one night of their voyage fare
Guests impacted by both cancelations and adjusted itineraries are invited to book a future cruise at a 25 percent discount by calling Disney directly at 1-855-347-2784 or 407-566-7054 from September 18, 2017, through October 18, 2017.
While the storm continues to develop stay tuned to The Kingdom Insider for updates.As soon as we know any other impacts of the storm to Central Florida we will let you know. Finally to all of those who live and will be traveling in its path, please stay safe!