We will be sailing on the Dream in about two weeks and my 7 year old son just broke his arm. We he still be able to attend the Oceaneers Club with a cast on? Thank you
- Asked by tamera from VA on 10/18/2013
Tamera, welcome aboard! Wow, just two weeks until you set sail on the Disney Dream! Do you have a daily countdown going on yet? You must be getting excited!
I'm happy to let you know that your son can still participate in the fun at the Oceaneer... read more
Hi. I am taking my 3 kids ton the 4 night Bahama cruise for my best friends wedding vow renewal. My one daughter is Type 1 diabetic and we count carbohydrates in food to cover her with insulin. Can we get carb counts for the different restaurants areas
- Asked by MICHELE from NJ on 10/18/2013
A Disney Cruise is the perfect setting for a vow renewal, and I'm sure your best friend is excited to have your family there to celebrate this special occasion with her. Many magical memories are sure to be created as your group... read more
Hello again..... :)
My husband has a sleep apnea machine that he uses at night. This machine requires distilled water. We are staying at a WDW resort. Is there a place in Disney or nearby that sells distilled water? We are also going on the Disney cruise
- Asked by Mylka from NJ on 10/10/2013
It is wonderful to hear from you again! On your Disney Cruise you will be able to have distilled water delivered directly to your stateroom. Just give Disney Cruise Line a call at (800) 951-3532 to have your request noted on... read more
Greetings from Brazil! I´m planning a 3 day Disney Dream cruise next year. What type and deck stateroom is better for who with sea sick? I mean what decks and position (in the middle or in the front/back). Any advice will be wonderful! Thank you!
- Asked by Juliane on 9/29/2013
Welcome back to the Moms Panel! I'm excited to hear you are planning a magical voyage onboard the Disney Dream in 2014! From stem to stern, you will love every minute of your Disney Cruise with Captain Mickey at the... read more
I would love to take a disney cruise with husband and daughters(12&9). Problem is my husband has vertigo. I am worried that he will have to take too much medication if he gets sea sick and will not enjoy the trip, any suggestions, is it worth it to
- Asked by Lesley from VA on 9/24/2013
Welcome aboard, Lesley! It's nice to hear that you're considering a Disney cruise for your family!
First off, I'd recommend that your husband speak to his doctor before booking the cruise. The doctor can give some very specific recommendations... read more