Disney Cruise Line has canceled sailing through June 17 due to the Coronavirus.

Currently, three of Disney’s four ships are temporarily docked at Port Canaveral. It is rare to see so many Disney ships in once place, so Port Canaveral created a video to showcase the event.

Let’s take a look:

The Disney Fantasy is currently docked. Photo credits (C) Facebook/Port Canaveral. All Rights Reserved

The Disney Fantasy is currently docked. Photo credits (C) Facebook/Port Canaveral. All Rights Reserved

The larger and newer ships are the Disney Fantasy and Dream.  They each include 16 decks.  The Disney Magic was the first Disney ship; it is smaller with 11 decks.

The Disney Magic is currently docked. Photo credits (C) Facebook/Port Canaveral. All Rights Reserved

The Disney Magic is currently docked. Photo credits (C) Facebook/Port Canaveral. All Rights Reserved

All three ships are docked. Photo credits (C) Facebook/Port Canaveral. All Rights Reserved

All three ships are docked. Photo credits (C) Facebook/Port Canaveral. All Rights Reserved

It is not often you see so many Disney ships together. Photo credits (C) Facebook/Port Canaveral. All Rights Reserved

It is not often you see so many Disney ships together. Photo credits (C) Facebook/Port Canaveral. All Rights Reserved

Here is some drone video footage of the ships:

I’m looking forward to getting back onto a Disney Cruise.  I miss Castaway Cay, the incredible food (yes, I’m thinking of you, Paolo), the bingo, and just the incredible service that is a part of the experience.

Looking forward to a future Disney Cruise?