With the cancellation of this year’s Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party dates at Walt Disney World, Disney fans may be looking for an alternative Disney-style way to celebrate this Halloween season. Enter Disney Cruise Line‘s Halloween on the High Seas sailings.
During Halloween on the High Seas sailings, guests are treated (not tricked, I’m sure) to special character interactions, themed onboard activities, and a not so spooky Pumpkin Tree in the atrium that seemingly comes to life as the cruise progresses. The onboard Halloween-time fun is crafted for the whole family, and guests can get into the act even further by bringing costumes of their very own.
If you’re looking for a little “Disneyfied” Halloween fun this year, special discounts and rates are currently available, including cabins that fall into guarantee status category. Click here to check out current discounts and availability.
Disney Cruise Line is now offering 125% in future cruise credit for guests who have paid in full for all cruises that DCL makes the decision to cancel. While this has been Disney Cruise Line’s policy, it must be noted that it could change at any time. Click here for additional information regarding the ins and outs of DCL’s future cruise credit.
Disney Cruise Line is also allowing guests who have booked a cruise by August 31st, 2020 for a sailing through March 31st, 2021 to have the option of cancelling their cruise up to 15 days before departure. This option is being offered for new bookings, as well as existing bookings that fall within the sail date window. Guests may also change a sail date up to 15 days in advance of a cruise for a sailing that begins before April 1st, 2022. Please note that guests who move their sail date cannot change back to the original sail date.
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Watch the DCL Show discussion regarding the Halloween on the High Seas sailings below: