We're sailing on April 6 2012 for the 1st time to celebrate my sons 15th bday; he doesn't turn 15 until April 27 though. My questiion is should I/can I tell them its bday even though its 3 weeks early and will they treat him like its his bday?
- Asked by Jillian from VA on 7/11/2011
Congratulations on your Disney cruise next spring and your big guy's birthday! When you made your reservation, you should have been asked if your family was celebrating anything while you're on board. Not many guests are... read more
My family of 6 sails for the first time on the Dream August 2 2011. I have 3 teen DD's who are concerned about the voltage on the ship. Do they need an adapter to charge cell phones, Ipod's etc? We are from Canada and have never needed one at the parks.
- Asked by Denis from ON on 7/9/2011
You must be ticking down the days until your family leaves on your voyage aboard the Disney Dream! Since you have a family of six (like I do), you're probably in two staterooms or a suite. Therefore, you'll have plenty of mirrors... read more
At the end of July we will be going on the Disney Dream. My son will be 3 months shy of turning 14. Will he be able to participate in the 14 - 17 age group or will he have to stay with the 11 - 13? He wants to go into Vibe and wonder if they will let him?
- Asked by Diana on 6/27/2011
I know you must be beside yourself with excitement over how close your Disney Cruise Line vacation is -- the Disney Dream is a great ship, and your entire gang is going to enjoy every minute on board!
For your teen son, he is... read more
Planning a DC to celebrate HS graduation. One grad will be 18 and the other still 17. Mom Panel said the 18 yr old can still participate in Vibe so both can be together. Disney Cruise reservations said 18 yr old grads cannot do Vibe. Which is correct?
- Asked by Trayce from CA on 6/15/2011
Congratulations on your forthcoming graduation celebration -- a Disney cruise is a fantastic way to mark this milestone! When booking online, with a travel agent or with a Disney cruise vacation specialist, the ages and stages of life... read more
Taking 1st cruise with my boys, 18 & 17 on Disney Dream April '12. Since DS is 18 and teen club is from 13-17, what is there for him to do? Can he access the teen club since he's still in high school? This is a graduation present for him :)
- Asked by Teresa from WA on 5/23/2011
Congratulations on your first cruise aboard the Disney Dream next year -- you and your boys are going to think you're living a dream when you sail!
I have a 16-year-old son, and I'm starting to anticipate that dilemma in a couple... read more