At The Walt Disney Company Annual Meeting of Shareholders, CEO Bob Chapek shared that Disney Cruise Line is hoping to resume sailings this fall.

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What’s Happening:

  • Disney Cruise Line is planning to resume sailings by this Fall.
  • The news was shared by CEO Bob Chapek during The Walt Disney Company Annual Meeting of Shareholders.
  • Disney Cruise Line paused sailings almost 1 year ago and currently most cruises are cancelled through May and August, depending on the ship.
  • Yesterday we learned that lawsuits have been filed against Disney Cruise Line alleging that the final cruise of the Disney Fantasy from March 2020 was responsible for the spread of the Coronavirus, which Disney denies.
  • Chapek reaffirmed that there is no definitive date by which Disney Cruise Line expects to start sailing with Guests again, but that this fall is their hope.
  • The CEO of Disney also reaffirmed that work continues on the three new ships being added to the Disney Cruise Line fleet.
  • No additional information was shared regarding capacity changes or modifications to the offerings on board, such as the availability of live shows of buffets, when sailings resume.
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