I am looking for clarification regarding the Wave Phones. I notice you recommend using the dry erase boards for communication while on the Dream, but no mention of the Wave Phones for communicating? I heard each room would have 2? Thank you!
- Asked by Dustin from OH on 2/7/2011
Yes, Disney Cruise Line has put two waves phones in each stateroom aboard every ship. This is a great way to stay in touch with members in your traveling party and to place class to specific locations throughout the ship. However,... read more
Upcoming Disney vaca is 5-nights on Disney Wonder & 8 days in WDW. Do you know if DCL offers a 1-time laundry deal like some other cruise lines (i.e. as much as you can fit in bag for set amount)? I'd hate thought of packing for 2 wks for family of 4.
- Asked by Allison from NJ on 6/12/2010
Sounds like you have an ultimate Disney vacation planned! Combining a Disney Cruise with a Disney Parks vacation is the ideal way to make the most of a vacation!
Laundry service is available on the Disney Wonder, however is... read more
We are very excited about taking the Disney Cruise this coming May! We have 2 teenagers, ages 16 (boy) and 17(girl). Our only concern is that they won't have enough to do because of their ages. Has anyone taken teenagers on the cruise before? Thanks!
- Asked by Jeff from TN on 3/25/2009
My son is a tween but I spoke with teens aboard the Disney Magic. They indicated that the cruise was not just for young children and provided many activities for teens. They seemed pleasantly surprised!
The Youth Activities Manager explained to... read more
we are going on the dream next march but my oldest daughter will be 13 and she would not like the tween space as she is very mature for her age so can she go up into the teen space she will be 14 sept 2011, thanks.
- Asked by jenni from VA on 9/1/2010
Welcome to the Moms Panel - and congratulations on booking the Dream! Officially your daughter will be eligible to hang out in Edge, which looks like the coolest tween hangout around! However, I can understand that this... read more
Hi. my family is planning a cruise for july 2011. My sister's 18 birthday will happen while were on the cruise and I was wondering if she would be considered an adult or a teen?
- Asked by zoe on 4/14/2010
Celebrating a birthday on a Disney Cruise is surely a way to celebrate in style! Technically when you board the ship is when your age is determined, so the teenage activities and locations will be open to her. However in this... read more