Disney Cruise Line Issues Reminder For Port Of Call Debarkation
Setting sail with Disney Cruise Line soon? Then you’ll want to keep reading. They have issued a reminder in regards to who is allowed to debark the ship at different Ports of Call. Considering CDC guidance, guests who are vaccinated and wish to disembark the ship with unvaccinated children will need to purchase a Disney Cruise Line Port Adventure, except when at Castaway Cay.
All guests are required to be vaccinated in order to explore ports of call at their own leisure, except at Castaway Cay. Should guests wish to explore with their unvaccinated children, they must purchase a Disney Cruise Line Port Adventure.
All Guests are required to adhere to local laws, regulations and protocols, including those related to health and safety, in place at the destination.
At this time, all Port Adventures will operate at reduced capacity. In addition, all Port Adventures will only include Disney Cruise Line guests. There will be no blending of guests from other cruise lines on these tours.
Reserving Port Adventures
- Before Setting Sail: Port Adventures can be reserved online or through the Disney Cruise Line Navigator app, subject to availability.
- During Your Cruise: Disney Cruise Line strongly encourages you to reserve Port Adventures through the Disney Cruise Line Navigator app. Questions about a Port Adventure or need help with a booking? Once you’re on board and logged in to the Navigator app, you can communicate directly with a Port Adventures Crew Member via their new live chat feature or schedule an appointment to meet in person at the Port Adventures Desk.
Virtual Queue for Debarking the Ship
To promote physical distancing, guests will need to join Disney Cruise Line’s new virtual queue to debark the ship at all ports of call. Guests join the virtual queue via the Disney Cruise Line Navigator app while on board the ship. Guests will receive a push notification on their mobile device when it’s their turn—plus a debarkation ticket in the app—to leave the ship. Before exiting, guests must show the debarkation ticket, their Key to the World card and—if they’re over 18 years of age—a photo ID. Please note, during less busy times, the virtual queue will close, and guests may make their way off the ship at their leisure.
Disney Cruise Port of Call Debarkation Credit: Disney Cruise Line
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