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First Look: Remodeled Disney Cruise Line Terminal

Posted on November 12, 2020 by TJ Muscaro

While Disney fans wait for Disney Cruise Line‘s fleet to get sailing once again, progress continues to be made to the terminal at Port Canaveral. And we finally get a glimpse of what we can expect.

With a first look provided by Scott Sanders at The Disney Cruise Line Blog, we can see both exterior and interior work.

Port Canaveral states that while some projects were put on hold, the renovations to Line’s terminal continued forward. This included both landside and waterside renovations.


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But not only did construction continue, but it appears to be expedited due to the complete lack of passenger traffic due to the CDC’s No Sail order. As it stands now, Port Canaveral states that Disney Line’s terminal will be completed by April 2021, and the new gangway will be delivered next month. With all remaining 2020 sailings canceled, it will be interesting to see if that completion date will come even sooner.

First look at the renovated @DisneyCruise terminal @PortCanaveral – note the removal of the majority of the check in desks on the left side opening up more seating as the cruise line moves to a more (unannounced) expedited check in process which was planned pre-covid. pic.twitter.com/TGvpXE3B3n

— Scott Sanders ? (@TheDCLBlog) November 12, 2020

Sanders also tweeted, “@PortCanaveral feels they will be the 1st or 2nd port to resume cruise operations in the United States.”

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Cruise restart: @PortCanaveral feels they will be the 1st or 2nd port to resume cruise operations in the United States

— Scott Sanders ? (@TheDCLBlog) November 12, 2020

We at Inside the Magic have previously reported that one of the most significant changes will be the expansions on the waterside to fit the Disney Wish as well as the other upcoming Triton Class cruise ships on the way.

Read More: Construction Continues on New Disney Cruise Line Terminal

Meanwhile, we await further word from Disney Cruise Line as they work to bring their ships back from Brest, France, and adapt to the new guidelines released by the CDC. We will update our readers as more information comes to light, like how they plan to find volunteers and operate overall for the CDC-required trial sailings.

In a statement made earlier this year, Disney Cruise Line officials remained optimistic about navigating these rough seas and sailing into a brighter 2021 and 2022.

If you are looking to plan a Disney Cruise for 2021 or 2022, our friends at Academy Travel are standing by to help make this cruise as magical as possible.

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