Disney Cruise Lines announced on Monday that it was canceling new departures until April 28 due to the coronavirus pandemic, extending its previous suspension by two weeks.
The company also canceled all shipping to and from the port of Vancouver, British Columbia, until the end of June. Canada closed its ports last month for cruise ships carrying 500 or more passengers until July 1.
Disney offers a full refund to passengers affected by cancellations, or credit for future shipping within 15 months of the original date.
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Disney initially suspended cruise operations on March 14, the day the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a prohibition to sail for cruise ships. This followed an announcement the previous day by the Cruise Lines International Association, an industry group, to suspend its US operations for 30 days.