Today, Port Canaveral’s social media team took to Facebook to share a video of three of the four Disney Cruise Line ships docked together.
A fun video showcases the Magic, the Fantasy, and the Dream sitting side-by-side waiting for Guests to once again set sail for high seas adventures to the Bahamas and Western Caribbean.
The accompany post from the Port Canaveral staff reads, “MICKEY HAPPY FACE: Port Canaveral had the honor to receive 3 Disney Cruise Line ships at once, so we decided to put them all together – the Magic, Fantasy and the Dream. It will just be a matter of time before happy passengers are embarking on their new journey.”
MICKEY HAPPY FACE: Port Canaveral had the honor to receive 3 Disney Cruise Line ships at once, so we decided to put them all together – the Magic, Fantasy and the Dream. It will just be a matter of time before happy passengers are embarking on their new journey.
Posted by Port Canaveral on Wednesday, May 6, 2020
We can’t wait for all of the upcoming adventures at Castaway Cay and the onboard fun that awaits when the DCL fleet is able to set sail again! For now, this fun video of the Disney cruise ships docked together will have to tide us over.
Are you a Disney Cruise Line fan? What itinerary are you most looking forward to when the Disney Dream, the Disney Fantasy, the Disney Magic, and the Disney Wonder start welcoming Guests?
What’s Next for Disney Cruise Line?
Just yesterday, Disney CEO Bob Chapek acknowledged that it is likely that Disney Cruise Line will be the last of the Walt Disney Company’s travel segments to “come back online.” DCL has currently canceled sailings through at least July 2, 2020.
Chapek gave Disney Cruise Line fans and Castaway Club members hope, however, when he stated, “Long term, our guests will be just as interested in cruising with us. Not in the next few months. But they will be much more resilient to come back because they trust our business to act in a responsible way.”
He said that DCL guests trust Disney to protect them against the “woes that have plagued the industry” since the pandemic hit.
There has been no word on whether or not construction on the Disney Wish, or any other new Disney cruise ship, will continue as planned. Disney has, however, begun to delay bookings for some of their scheduled 2021 cruise line itineraries.
Hopefully it won’t be long before Captain Mickey and Minnie can welcome all of us back onboard the DCL fleet!
Bring Disney Cruise Line Home!
While we await additional updates about the future of Disney Cruise Line, there are plenty of activities you and your family can do at home to get in the spirit of high seas adventures.
Decorate the doors in your home to look like cruise ship stateroom doors with this fun PDF Disney Cruise activity kit. Then, dress-up like pirates and have your very own Pirates Night!
You can even create a sweet treat straight from DCL with these milkshake recipes!