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Old 01-18-2011, 06:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Exclamation DCL cancellation policy changes

Effective tomorrow (1/19) for any NEW bookings the cancellation policy is modified as follows:


3, 4, 5 or 7 nights US Sailings (not including inaugural sailings)


Suites: deposit non-refundable
74 to 45 days prior: deposit amount
44-30 days prior: 50% of voyage fare
29-15 days prior: 75% of voyage fare
14 days or less: no refund




10 nights+ or departing from a non-US port

Suites: deposit non-refundable
89 to 45 days prior: deposit amount
44-30 days prior: 50% of voyage fare
29-15 days prior: 75% of voyage fare
14 days or less: no refund

As you can see the changes are all within the 44 day point.
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Old 01-18-2011, 06:41 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Thanks for the info!

For comparison, what was the previous policy?
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Old 01-18-2011, 06:46 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Previous policy:

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
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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
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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,
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