How does Brexit affect my holiday?
Brexit – Frequently Asked Questions
Disney Cruise Line would like to reassure you that your holiday cruise with us will remain as planned.
- Until 31st December 2020, conditions of travel to the European Union remain the same as if the UK were still a member state of the European Union.
- While some components of your holiday are supplied by third parties, such as flights and transport, we are closely monitoring how our suppliers may be affected and whether this in turn would affect your holiday booking. Please view our full terms and conditions regarding Brexit for more information.
- Visas will not be required for short trips that are less than 90 days to EU countries even after 31st December 2020.
- Visa and passport requirements, driving licence validity and access to European state healthcare benefits (via EHIC) for British citizens travelling to, within or through the EU could be affected after 31st December 2020. ABTA have produced a guidance note for travellers and we advise you to regularly check with the UK Government for the latest information before your cruise begins.
- If, as a consequence of Brexit, the price of your holiday increases, we will let you know so that you can make arrangements to pay. We may also give you the option to cancel your cruise for a refund, assuming the increased cost is 8% or more than the original total cost of your holiday. We will not charge you if the increase is less than 2% of the price of the holiday you booked.
We shall continue to monitor the situation and will let you know if anything in respect to your upcoming holiday changes.