Disney Cruise Lines will be temporarily shutting down it’s main terminal, Terminal 8, in June for a five-month refurbishment. This is to allow the installation of a new curtain wall, seat replacement, ticket counter removal and extension of the drop-off canopy.
If you are sailing this summer don’t worry, this will not affect the cruise sailings because Disney has an agreement with Port Canaveral to use Terminal 10 while Terminal 8 is being refurbished.
Disney is likely doing a lot of renovations to accommodate the new, larger, “Triton Class” cruise ships that are coming in 2022.
So if you are sailing this summer keep this in mind. I’m sure everything will be arranged to be easy like it mostly is with Disney Cruise Line.
Also, Disney Cruise Line is really something to consider if you are looking for a Disney vacation that isn’t the parks. The price included most food as well! If you would like more information contact Disney Cruise Line, your favorite travel agent, or an agency that specialized in Disney Cruise Lines like Dreams Unlimited Vacations (not a sponsor, they just are #1 in this area and as consumers we want you to get the best deal!)
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Source: Spectrum News 13
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