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Three Disney Cruise Ships in Port Together

Three Disney Cruise Ships in Port Together

Port Canaveral gave us a rare glimpse of three of the four Disney Cruise Line ships all in port together. Take a look at this rare sight!

Since sailings for Disney Cruise Line have been temporarily suspended due to coronavirus, the ships are still either at sea, in port or stopped at Castaway Cay, Disney Cruise Line’s private island, most likely getting supplies.

No passengers are on board. However, while many crew members have gone home, there are quite a few that are still sailing.

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You might remember a several weeks ago we shared what some of the crew members were up to while onboard.

For the most part, they seemed to be making the best out of a bad situation and enjoying time onboard enjoying activities they are not normally allowed to do while having passengers on the ships. Some crew members are even giving back to the community, which is great to see!

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A Rare Sighting

It is pretty unusual to see more than one ship together, let alone three, so seeing all three docked in Port Canaveral is a pretty rare sight! Take a look at the three ships shown here from PTZtv.

Here, the Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy and Disney Magic are all together. Can you just imagine the epic horn battles they might be having? A brief video of all three ships is shown here.

Credit: Port Canaveral

At this current time, all Disney Cruise Line sailings have been canceled for the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy through June 18, 2020. The Disney Magic is canceled through July 2, 2020 and Disney Wonder sailings are canceled through the end of June.

While Shanghai Disney is getting ready for its re-opening on May 11th, guests are still anxiously awaiting to hear of any re-opening dates for the other remaining theme parks.

However, a couple of days ago, the Chief Medical Officer of Disney has shared plans and considerations for reopenings of the parks, so this is encouraging news.

As far as the cruise lines are concerned, we may have a longer wait until sailings begin again. Until then, we will just have to enjoy seeing them in port and watching them from afar.

Were any of your trip plans changed because of a canceled sailing? Tell us about it in the comments below or on our Facebook page. You can also share them with us in the crew on Facebook.

Maggie Baltz

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Jackie Lagoni

Thursday 7th of May 2020

It is pretty incredible to see 3 of the ships together in port at the same time! Before there were 4 ships, my best friend and I got the rare opportunity to see the Magic and the Wonder in port at the same time. In 2000, they were at port in Nassau on the same day! This is far more incredible, but a reminder of another amazing DCL trip.....I can hardly believe it was 20 years ago.

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