Over this past weekend, Disney Cruise Line removed the itinerary details for the Disney Magic at Sea Staycations. Presently, the removal leaves behind only the details about the advanced booking dates. As can be seen, Disney Cruise Line’s website simply states bookings begin on April 19th. In addition, the overall offerings have been truncated to sailings from Liverpool and Southampton, with London (Tilbury) and Newcastle no longer mentioned on Disney’s overview page for the limited time UK staycations.
Updated Website with Removal of Itinerary Details
The revised overview presently reads:
This Summer, Set Sail on a Unique Disney Staycation at Sea Aboard 2-, 3- and Limited 4-Night Cruises from the UK
Departing on select dates from Liverpool and Southampton aboard the Disney Magic, our new staycation sailings—exclusive to UK residents—invite you to embark on a brand-new, magical Disney experience. Close to home and at sea—be immersed in Disney storytelling, thanks to an amazing collection of onboard entertainment, dining and recreation for the entire family, with all the care you’d expect from Disney. Bookings begin 19th April.
Previously, the Tilbury and Newcastle sailings were its first 12 sailings. From the looks of things these UK Sea Staycations will not kick off now until Mid-July. Ultimately, it is still unclear, but the removal could also be temporary, possibly waiting for governmental approvals.
Stay tuned to Pirates and Princesses as we will continue to monitor these developments. It would also be recommended to periodically check Disney Cruise Line’s website as they continue to refine and share additional details.
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Source: Disney Cruise Line Blog
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