Disney Cruise Line Terminal Welcome AboardDisney Cruise Line Removed Cruises Through Mid-December From WebsiteHerb Leibacher·September 13, 2020Disney Cruise Back in early August, the Disney Cruise Line officially canceled all cruises through October 31, 2020, in line with Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) rulings. Now, the Disney Cruise Line web site removed all cruises through mid-December. The earliest cruise you can now book on the DCL website is a 7-Night Very Merrytime Eastern Caribbean Cruise that departs from Port Canaveral on December 12 and returns December 19. This change to the site suggests that Disney may cancel earlier bookings. Guests with reservations on cruises scheduled to leave before December 12 should watch their e-mail for formal announcements. Changes to the DCL web site suggest that Disney may cancel voyages through mid-December. Disney has not yet made any formal announcements regarding other cruises around Christmastime, but further cancelations are possible. In early July, Disney introduced a “Cruise Date Flexibility” program that allows guests to re-schedule trips on or before March 31, 2021. Have your cruising plans changed since the pandemic started?