PORT CANAVERAL, Fla. - Hundreds of Disney Cruise Line employees are onboard the Disney Dream this weekend, all playing the role of "passengers" as the ship set sail on a test cruise.
The passengers began boarding on Saturday afternoon, and the ship left port at around 4 p.m.
The Disney Dream's previously scheduled test sailing in late June was canceled after five out of nearly 600 crew members on the ship tested positive for COVID-19.
The cruise ship Mardi Gras is also ready to set sail in two weeks. That will be the first paid passenger cruise at Port Canaveral.
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