Disney Cruise Line Returns to Cruising from the United States

The Disney Cruise Line is again cruising from the United States with guests. The Disney Dream just returned from her first voyage from Florida with guests aboard. The Disney Dream was packed with magic that included Disney characters, Broadway-style musicals, and even fireworks at sea. This all happened in an environment that includes health and safety protocols instituted by Disney in accordance with health officials’ guidance.

The health and safety protocols could first be experienced as guests arrived at the recently updated terminal at Port Canaveral. This art-deco-inspired building has been given a healthy dose of pixie dust to make things even more magical for guests boarding their next Disney cruise. This includes a new covered walkway that has been extended for arrivals, an expanded terminal entrance, and also a new passenger bridge. There are also some refreshed interior touches as well.

Disney Cruise Line continues to focus on operating the fleet in a way that is responsible in the current environment while also creating magical experiences for those who are cruising. Disney Cruise Line will continue with this gradual phased approach throughout the fleet as ships again taking guests back to sea.

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