Published: 11:33, 28 February 2021
| Updated: 07:35, 01 March 2021
A Disney cruise ship which has spent the best part of a year moored up in Kent looks set to remain for many more months.
Eleven-deck entertainment liner Disney Magic has had its schedule of events postponed further - this time until August.
It means the luxury boat, which has a huge Goofy hanging from the stern, will likely continue its long stay in Dover.
The vessel has broken up its time in Kent with trips to Brest, in northern France, to transfer crew with another Disney ship.
It is currently stationed in the western docks at the ferry terminal, whereas before it could be viewed off the Marine Parade at the town's eastern docks.
Large silhouettes of Mickey Mouse are painted on the ship's red funnels and the boat's horn blasts out the well-known Pinocchio tune, When You Wish Upon a Star.
When operational, it carries up to 2,700 passengers.
It is registered to the port of Nassau in the Bahamas, and the interior is in Art Deco style.
Disney Magic, which was the first cruise ship launched by the world famous company in the late 90s, was set to tour Europe this year but its calendar has been cleared until August 10.
Back in October, sister ship Disney Wonder also arrived in Dover.
It is now across the Atlantic off the coast off Florida in Orlando.