Disney Cruise Lines have again postponed its departures, now targeting late April and early May for renewed service.
A statement released today by Disney Cruise Line said the service is “carefully preparing for a return,” but awaiting “technical advice” from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention before giving the green light to anything.
As such, it is canceling all crossings departing April 2021 and some Disney Magic and Disney Wonder ship crossings in May.
The move continues cuts to the company, which has seen layoffs and the end of vehicles such as Radio Disney, as the fallout from the pandemic ruthlessly attacks the bottom line.
Customers who have paid for a reservation on the affected crossings will have the choice of a full refund or cruise credit for future travel.