DCL cancellation policy changes
About This Page: This is a discussion on DCL cancellation policy changes within the Planning Your Disney Cruise Voyage, part of the PassPorter Community - Boards & Forums on Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Disney Cruise Line, and General Travel; Effective tomorrow (1/19) for any NEW bookings the cancellation policy is modified as follows:
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Cruise Cancellation Fees For 2009/2010: Cruises Less Than 10 Days
For Post-2010 Cruises Less Than 10 Days where Embark or Debark is U.S. Port. Days prior to Vacation Commencement Date Fee Amount 45 days or more Deposit per Guest for Suites/Concierge rooms and all staterooms on Disney Dream 1/26/2011 sailing 74 to 45 days Deposit per Guest for Non-Suites/Concierge staterooms except Disney Dream 1/26/2011 sailing 44 to 8 days 50% of vacation price per Guest 7 days or less No refund
For 2009/2010: Cruises of 10 Days or More
For Post-2010 Cruises Less Than 10 Days where Embark or Debark is U.S. Port. Days prior to Vacation Commencement Date Fee Amount 45 days or more Deposit per Guest for Suites or Concierge staterooms 89 to 45 days Deposit per Guest for Non-Suites or Concierge staterooms 44 to 15 days 50% of vacation price per Guest 14 days or less No refund
This is one of the reasons I am a big fan of the DCL insurance. You can get a full credit for future travel minus the cost of insurance. While it can be a little more pricey it has the cancel for any reason clause and covers the medivac if there unfortunately is a need,
By the Golden Gate Bridge. The trip report is now underway for our visits to San Francisco, Victoria, our Alaskan cruise on the Wonder and our return to Disneyland. The pre-trip report for our visit to Boston and New England is also underway.
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