If you are a Disney Cruise Line fan, this is a VERY exciting time! Disney is moving more and more ships from their docking in France back to one of their main ports, Port Canaveral.
Early this morning the Disney Fantasy joined her sister, the Disney Dream, in Port Canaveral.
Thanks to a report by @TheDCLBlog on Twitter we can see the ships return!
She’s back!!!! pic.twitter.com/LdyLXCxUey
— Scott Sanders ???? (@TheDCLBlog) December 2, 2020
We previously reported on the Disney Wonder which was the first ship to sail back to Port Canaveral. We anticipate that the Disney Wonder will be the first Disney Cruise Line ship to set sail again with passengers.
The Disney Wonder has made its way to the Disney private island, Castaway Cay. We hope that this is is in preparation for the return to sailing soon!
As we have said before due to the coronavirus pandemic and the new regulations put into place by the CDC for cruise ship operators, testing will have to take place. This testing is done with a cruise of volunteers who are 18 years or older, and during the cruise, many new safety features and health management rules will be practiced. Once the ships complete these test cruises they will get a certificate from the CDC which will enable them to set sail from the United States again.
With the Disney Dream returning earlier this week to Port Canaveral it is clear that Disney is gearing up to welcome passengers aboard once again. While Disney has not given any notice to the public as to when their test cruising will be, or when they anticipate sailing with passengers again, we will just have to wait and see!
At this time, only the Disney Magic has not yet left dry dock in Brest, France.
Is the Disney Fantasy your favorite Disney Cruise Line ship? Let us know in the comments!