The Disney Cruise Line has announced more cancelations.
The company said Tuesday that all sailings onboard its four ships will be canceled through June.
It has also canceled Disney Magic’s European sailing season through Sept. 18.
The Magic, however, will have some short trips out of the United Kingdom for residents of the UK only, pending approval from the government.
Cruises with more than 100 passengers that would visit any Canadian port are also prohibited by the Canadian government through February 2022, which could result in the cancelation of the Disney Wonder’s Alaska season. Disney said it is evaluating options for people who had booked Alaska cruises.
For more information on affected Disney Cruise Line itineraries, click here.
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