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I will be traveling with a four month old. Can you tell me how we handle dinner on the fantasy cruise. Is there a place to put the baby at the table. What if she is unhappy?
- Asked by Traci from IL on 12/7/2013
Welcome aboard, Traci! Your family is in for such fun aboard the Disney Fantasy. I bet you can't wait to set sail!
I see babies sitting at the main dining restaurants with their families all the time. Disney is great about making sure that families of all ages can enjoy meals together. If you'll be bringing a stroller for your daughter, you are welcome to roll that right up to the table with you. The servers will be happy to move things around a bit to make room for her. Alternately, high chairs are available if you feel comfortable with her sitting in one, perhaps with a couple blankets rolled up to help her sit up.
And please don't worry if your little one fusses during dinner. Disney is a family cruise experience, and guests and Cast Members alike will completely understand if she's crying. You're always welcome to walk out of the restaurant with her and walk her around the ship a bit to calm her down. Just do what you'd naturally do at home at any restaurant, it's really no different on the ship. Actually, it's even better because your servers stay with you, rotating through the restaurants each night, so they'll really get to know you and your preferences, making it even easier to dine with your little one!
If you haven't already, check out Babies Travel Lite
. This service partners with Disney Cruise Line to deliver baby products right to the ship for guests. Imagine all the space you can save in your suitcase! They'll even deliver strollers. However, if you bring your own, that is great too. The ship has a limited number of strollers available for guest use at Guest Services if you'd like too. Diaper disposal bins and Pack n' Plays are available for your staterooms complimentary on Disney's ships.
I hope that information helps as you prepare to set sail on the Fantasy, Traci! Let me know if you have other questions before you head out to sea!