Disney Increases Magic At Sea Capacity, Removes Virtual Queues and Theatre Pre-Booking
Guests who have already booked their Magic At Sea UK Disney Cruise staycation trip have been, or will be, receiving emails about the upcoming tweaks to the voyage based on feedback from the sailings so far.
The Disney Dreams – An Enchanted Classic show in the Walt Disney Theatre no longer needs to be booked. Guests are free to attend their preferred performance time.
The Fitness centre (for guests aged 18 and over) no longer requires you to reserve a time. If you've already reserved a time, it will be removed from your plans. Specialised classes in the Fitness Centre will continue to be available for reservations onboard the ship.
Goofy Pool Deck Area and AquaLab Deck's virtual queue system has been scrapped. You no longer need to virtually queue for these areas on the app, there will be a physical queue for guests who want to enter instead.
Due to the experience from the Liverpool sailings, Disney has been able to optimise the capacity of the dining rooms. It was the capacity of restaurants that determined the number of staterooms Disney could sell (this is so all guests are able to have their specific table for each of the restaurants on each night), so more staterooms on a number of the cruises are now available again.
As a reminder, physical distancing measures in our terminals and areas of our ships such as upper decks, dining rooms, food and beverage locations, lounges, theatres, walkways, elevators, pools, queues, and other common spaces are in place.
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