Disney Cruise Line has updated the process for Covid testing for Back-to-Back (B2B) cruise passengers. Vaccinated passengers will no longer need to test for Covid in between cruises.
This is from a recent concierge cruiser guest.
If you are not going to be in the same stateroom then your luggage will be transferred to your new stateroom while you are ashore. We ask that you vacate your stateroom by 08:00a.m. Your stateroom will be ready to occupy by 1:00pm.
Please note that all Guests on consecutive, back-to-back sailings, who are fully vaccinated, are no longer required to undergo a COVID-19 test.
All Guests who are not fully vaccinated will undergo a COVID-19 Test, (paid for by Disney Cruise Line and administered by Inspire Diagnostics) at the terminal after debarking the ship following their first cruise and before re-boarding the ship for their second cruise.
It is very important that no later than 8:00 p.m. on the last night of your current cruise you complete the Online Check-in within the Disney Cruise Line website. The Health Questionnaire should be completed in the morning and will help facilitate the testing and embarkation process.
Debarkation will start on Friday morning at approximately 07:00 a.m. There is no designated meeting location on board and Guests can debark at their leisure according to their breakfast times. You will
first proceed through immigration with the rest of the debarking Guests and then be directed to the check-in area. Please ensure to keep your travel documents and the orange back-to-back card with you during this process.
It is anticipated that back-to-back Guests will be able to embark again at approximately 11:00 a.m. Regular embarkation will start at 11:30 a.m. Once back onboard, Cove Café and Marceline Market Bar will be open for your enjoyment serving coffee, tea and light snacks.
Disney Wish, Dream and Fantasy made these changes on September 9, 2022. Disney Wonder will no longer require the testing of B2B guests starting September 23, 2022, after they leave Canada. Disney Magic will stop requiring the testing of B2B guests starting November 7, 2022.
Disney Cruise made some exciting announcements at D23 this weekend The name of the sixth ship was released, the Disney Treasure. Disney Wonder will be doing Transpacific Cruises in 2023 and 2024, as well as sailings from Australia and New Zealand. Make sure you sign up for our newsletter to keep up with the latest Disney Cruise News.
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