Disney Cruise Line Revises Cruise Cancellation Fees

Disney Cruise Line recently revised its cruise cancellation fees, effective October 1.

The revisions are for new bookings, while the cancellation fees for sailings books prior to October 1 will be based on the fees listed in the original booking confirmation. Guests who modify previously booked sailings will also find their cruises now fall under the revised policy.

The revised policy changes the fees for suites, concierge staterooms, and for cruises that are shorter than 10 days where the embarkation or debarkation port is in the United States.

Examples in the revised policy include: for suites and concierge staterooms on all sailings, if it is 90 days or more prior to departure the cancellation fee is the deposit per guest, 55 to 30 days out the fee is 75 percent of vacation price per guest, and 29 days out or less the cancellation fee is 100 percent of vacation price per guest.

The cancellation fees have also been changed for cruises that are less than 10 days long where the embark or debark port in in the U.S. The number of days prior to sailing differs for standard sailings versus holiday sailings, and suites and concierge staterooms are excluded.

The cancellation fee policy has not been changed for non-concierge staterooms on cruises longer than 10 days nor has the policy changed for cruises shorter than 10 days where the embark or debark port is a non-United States port.

Disney Cruise Line guests can view the revised policy in its entirety at the Disney Cruise Line website on the Terms & Conditions page.


Kristen K. wrote on Wed, 10/08/2014 - 01:46:

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Interesting that this is mainly for the higher end rooms.

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