We have cruised with on DCL twice and are planning to cruise in Dec 2014. The food is always good, what if I want to try something new and then don't like it. Can I order another entre instead or say I really l want to try two new things can I order both?
- Asked by Karen from WV on 1/28/2014
The Holiday Cruises on the high seas are awesome, Karen! You will find all the ships wonderfully decorated and you'll enjoy all the magical touches to make your holidays even more festive and memorable. The food is just glorious on these... read more
Thank you for much for the information on the attire for dining. However I'm back with one more question! We are traveling on the Disney Dream for 4 nights in March. On the "dress-up" night what would be appropriate attire for adults? Thank you s
- Asked by Lesley from IN on 1/27/2014
Welcome Back, Lesley! Looks like you're ready to make your packing list and get onboard! It's exciting to plan a Disney Cruise, but so hard to wait! Your magical vacation will be here before you know it. For "dress-up" night, I would recommend a... read more
Hi we are cruising on the Fantasy Feb 22 Eastern Cruise and am wondering if we could find out the dining rotation for 545pm seating as well which night is formal, which is casual etc. thank you kindly in advance
- Asked by Luigina from ON on 1/24/2014
Welcome Aboard, Luigina! Your Disney Cruise Line vacation is right around the corner, how exciting! I'm sure you're busy planning and packing - I'd love to help ease your mind about dining rotation! For the February 22nd 7-Night Eastern... read more
We are going on a 5 night Caribbean cruise on March 2, 2014 and I wanted to know the dinner dress schedule. Is there a dressy night on a 5 night cruise or is it all cruise casual/
- Asked by Rick from NV on 1/20/2014
Hi Rich! Your cruise is right around the corner and I'm sure excitement is filling the air in your household now. Those 5 night cruises allow you to have a variety of dinner attire suggestions. You'll want to make sure that everyone is... read more
We are going on a 5 night cruise in October I hread you routine between 3 restaurants . What do you do on the other 2 night?
- Asked by Samantha from PA on 1/28/2014
Welcome aboard, Samantha! Congratulations on booking your five-night sailing with Disney Cruise Line! The five-night cruise length is a great way to enjoy both relaxing days at sea as well as some wonderful port stops and adventures. Disney... read more