Eating with Cinderella for breakfast, my 2 girls want to dress in full princess regalia, but I'm reluctant to let them spend the whole day in the park dressed that way. Any suggestions for what to do with the outfits, without having to return to hotel?
- Asked by Amy from OK on 3/14/2011
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Amy, you can always bring an extra set of clothes for your little Princesses. I always bring an extra set of clothes for my little Princess and Prince. It makes it so much easier to change them in the... read more
I have read about people bringing pillowcases, etc on the ship for autographs, my daughter has a favorite princess story book we read from every night. Do you know if I can leave that at guest services for autographs? I didn't know how particular they are.
- Asked by Amanda from MA on 2/22/2011
Sure! Simply bring your princess' storybook to Guest Services on Embarkation Day and complete the request. I recommend placing the book in a plastic storage bag to keep it from any elements and including several bright-colored... read more
We are going on the Disney Magic on May 7th and will be travelling with an almost 3 year old......will be 3 on May 28th and a 4 year old. Concerned our two kids will not be able to play together based on some of the age restriction on board. Suggestions?
- Asked by Iriana from TX on 2/22/2011
Congratulations on your upcoming cruise aboard the Disney Magic -- the 7-night Eastern Caribbean Cruise combines just the right amount of time on board with opportunities at gorgeous ports of call.
For your children in the youth... read more
my children don`t speak english. Can they join the Oceaneers Club and Lab on Disney Cruise?
- Asked by Kristyna on 2/22/2011
Your children are more than welcome at the Oceaneer's Club and Oceaneer's Lab! Because the Disney Cruise Line (DCL) Cast Members and Crew hail from all over the world, there are many languages spoken throughout the ships. Most... read more
We are going on the Disney Dream in June. I was wondering if a child under 48" can ride on the Aquaduct with an adult?
- Asked by stacy from NC on 2/20/2011
Actually, Disney Cruise Line just announced that there is a new height requirement for riders of the AquaDuck -- the Disney Dream's water coaster. The minimum height requirement is 42" for guests riding with someone else and 54"... read more