With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the future of cruising has been brought into question. Disney Cruise Line, like other cruise line operators, has been hit hard by the outbreak.
Thankfully, the CDC has set out new guidelines for cruise line operators in order to help them set sail with passengers again. Part of these guidelines calls for a mandatory certification process of ships consisting of volunteers who are 18+ years of age, in order to prove satisfactory safety measures are in place before paying passengers can sail once again.
With Disney Cruise Line having to cancel their remaining 2020 sailings, it is no wonder that we are seeing ships returning to Port Canaveral, presumably to begin the process of receiving CDC-authorized conditional sailing certificates so the fleet can sail with passengers in the near future.
Disney is bringing the Disney Dream to Port Canaveral according to a report by @TheDCLBlog on Twitter. The account also shared that the Disney Dream should be in Port Canaveral by December 10.
— Scott Sanders 🎄🎅🧑🎄 (@TheDCLBlog) November 30, 2020
The port is certainly ready for the ships to return, as Disney recently completely remodeled their cruise terminal at Port Canaveral. We cannot wait to return to cruising as see the newly remodeled Disney cruise terminal, until then, we have all the details and photos on the new Disney cruise terminal, click here!
This is very exciting for fans of Disney Cruise Line as the movement could mean we could see a return to cruising in the relative future.
Do you think Disney Cruise Line could set sail with passengers aboard in 2021? Let us know in the comments!