High winds and heavy rain have caused delays to Disney Magic’s return to service after an extensive makeover.
Disney Cruise Line was due to relaunch the vessel following a five-week revamp in Cadiz, Spain, on October 20 with a five-night sailing out of Miami. But weather conditions have made it hard for workers to finish the makeover and the sailing has been cancelled, USA Today reports.
Instead the ship’s first sailing with its new look will be on October 25.
Passengers on the cancelled cruise will receive a full refund and reimbursement for any airline change fees.
Disney is also offering a free sailing on any five-night Bahamas or Caribbean Disney Magic cruise departing between October 25 and May 16. If passengers are unable to sail before May 16, Disney is offering 35% off a future Bahamas or Caribbean sailing on any Disney ship with two years, excluding holiday cruises.
The work on the 15-year-old ship has included new water slides, children’s clubs and new or revamped restaurants.
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