First time cruisers- me, DH and our 8yo daughter- 3day Bahamas, 11/21-11/24. I'm looking for tips/tricks/advice to get the most our of cruise, any programs, activities, etc that are included in the cost. Any tips for us? How about your top 10. THANKS!
- Asked by tenille from NE on 8/26/2010
One of the best things about cruising is that it’s pretty much all inclusive! Aside from alcoholic beverages and specialty drinks your dining is all included. There is a 24 hour drink station that gives you access to unlimited coffee,... read more
Hello. We are cruising in one week. I have heard something about hanging a bag outside of your stateroom for people to leave trinkets or treats in. Can you give me the details about this?
- Asked by Angela on 3/17/2011
Oh, Angela! Are you over the moon with excitement about your upcoming Disney Cruise Line vacation?! I am for you!
What you are referring to are Fish Extenders. They are an unofficial, sub-culture "tradition" on Disney Cruise Line where guests... read more
We are going on a 3-day cruise on 12/20/2009. My daughter loves to collect autographs, but standing in all those lines will take so much time. Is there somewhere we can get all the character autographs at once?
- Asked by Mary from GA on 11/4/2009
I have an idea! With minimal planning, you'll be rewarded with many character autographs just by following these steps:
Pack a pillowcase or photo mat along with different color permanent markers.
Take these items to Guest Services aboard the... read more
Just heard that kids can now customize their experiences on the Cruise Line rather than being restricted by age to one group of activities or locations. Just wondering if we choose and set up the activities once on board or ahead of time?
- Asked by Amy from FL on 1/24/2010
You heard correctly! Children between the ages of 3-12 are now welcome to enjoy both the Oceaneer Club and Oceaneer Lab and participate in the activities that are appealing to them. Children can be checked in/dropped off at either club,... read more
Hello- We're taking our first Disney Cruise March 2010, we have a 5 and 8 yr old. Are there activities that they will be able to do together?
- Asked by Julie on 11/15/2009
A voyage with the Disney Cruise Line is a "no-compromise" vacation. Each member of the family can have their own time to enjoy and there is also areas of the ship that families will delight in sharing together.
The Oceaneer Club offers exciting... read more