Disney Cruise Line’s first ship is ready to set sail, it’s been 18 months since the cruise industry was halted. We are so excited to share this news today and discuss the newest Disney ship, the Disney Dream.
It’s been 500 days since a ship has set sail from Port Canaveral. The Disney Dream recently set sail for the Bahamas, but had a smaller than usual group of passengers. This was all after a successful test sail. The President of Disney Signature Experiences, Thomas Mazloum, was interviewed saying, “we’re ready to welcome you aboard and set sail once again.”
Due to COVID-19 the Disney Dream has had quiet a few set backs, there were some crew members that ended up testing positive for COVID during the test sail. However, overall it was successful.
Going forward cruises will be three and four nights and they will be sailing out of Port Canaveral. Visiting Disney’s private island Castaway Cay, located in the Bahamas. In an advisory to guests, Disney recently stated that, “we are resuming sailing in a gradual, phased approach that emphasizes multiple layers of health and safety measures, developed in consideration of guidance from the U.S. Centers of Disease Control and Prevention and other medical experts.” What you will need to expect when it comes to the ongoing pandemic and Disney’s travel regulations?
Disney has outlined what health and safety measures they are taking to ensure that all passengers and crew are safe. While everyone is required to wear face masks while indoors, there are some other more specific measures taken as well. Hand sanitizer will also be provided in all public areas.
Vaccines are being strongly encourage for all passengers, but as of now it’s not a requirement. For guests that show a proof of vaccination, they will be able to skip being tested before boarding.
The next step is getting to your cruise port, and that’s something we are able to help you with. At Orlando Airport Limousine we specialize in private ground transportation. Offering a range of luxury vehicles that can accommodate most groups.
Our COVID-19 measures are also still in effect, as we make sure after each ride our vehicles are well sanitized and cleaned. All of our vehicles are also well maintained and up to date. Plus our chauffeurs are vaccinated and if not they wear face masks. However, our passengers are not required to be vaccinated or wear a mask, we leave that to your discretion.
Making a reservation is easy and can be done 24/7 and if you need assistance we are available by phone or email. Take a look at our fleet of vehicles to make sure you select the right one for your group size and trip. We also have service to all the major airports in the area. All of us at Orlando Airport Limousine look forward to seeing you soon!