Disney Cruise Line Undergoes Another Test Cruise Ahead of Return

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Disney Cruise Line vacations from U.S. ports have not taken place in well over a year as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. But that is all about to change as Disney Cruise Line announced it will officially return on August 9 with the Disney Dream once again departing from Port Canaveral, Florida.

The Disney Dream recently returned from her test cruise/simulated voyage with volunteer Disney Cast Members as passengers, and now the ship is seen undergoing yet another test cruise.

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Bioreconstruct (@bioreconstruct) took to Twitter to share a series of photos of the Disney Dream out at sea once again, just a few days ahead of its official return. Per bioreconstruct:

Disney Dream on a test cruise, seen from Carnival Mardi Gras. First returning guests depart Port Canaveral in 3 days.

Bioreconstruct shared another photo of the Dream at sea at nighttime, writing:

Disney Dream at sea in a test cruise as night falls. First guests return and depart Port Canaveral in 3 days.

Again, Disney Cruise Line is set to return on August 9 with the Disney Dream once again departing from Port Canaveral, Florida after being suspended for over a year due to the ongoing pandemic.

It has been confirmed that the Disney Dream will have enhanced health and safety measures to promote wellness for Guests and crew aboard the ship and in the destinations that Disney Cruise Line will visit.

Related: Disney Cruise Line Considering Sailing Out of Ft. Lauderdale

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For example, the Disney Dream will be altering their buffet and self-serve stations, which you can read more about here. Additionally, the Rainforest Room, which is located at Senses Spa & Salon, will return aboard the Disney Dream in the United States come August 9, with modifications to keep Guests and Crew Members safe.

Are you planning to set sail on the Disney Dream this year? Let us know in the comments below.

If you want to set sail aboard Disney Cruise line on one of their ships — Disney Dream, Disney Wonder, Disney Magic, or Disney Fantasy — or aboard the newest ship, Disney Wish, once it debuts next year, make sure you get in contact with our friends at Academy Travel.

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