Hi Andi! We've been to Disney four times thus far and are about to embark on our fifth (in May). Is there child care available on DCL for special needs children. Ours is 15yrs with the mental capacity of 2yrs and in a wheelchair.
- Asked by Tracy from NY on 1/5/2011
Well, you're an old pro like me at Walt Disney World! Now, you're planning a cruise aboard Disney Cruise Line (DCL)? That's awesome! Get ready for the ultimate Disney vacation!
Children with special needs are welcome in all DCL... read more
I am worried about sea sickness for my husband. On the new Disney Dream, which we are sailing on in March, can you tell me where a good spot would be to be located? When I book online, all I see are categories of rooms, not locations. Help!
- Asked by amy from IL on 1/4/2011
Hi, Amy! You are going to have the time of your life aboard Disney's Dream! Yet, I understand your concern about motion sickness. Some people are more susceptible than others, and there are a few hints and tricks that may help your husband deal with... read more
This is our first cruise --yahoo! We are on the Eastern Caribbean Cruise. Are there any vaccinations that we should be considering (i.e Hep A)? Should I be concerned at all?
- Asked by Christopher from ON on 1/2/2011
Hi, Christopher! Yahoo is right! Congratulations on your first cruise...you made an excellent choice by cruising with Disney Cruise Line. Be prepared to be spoiled!
Generally speaking, the best source of information on vaccinations is your... read more
I am looking to book a 4 night cruise on the Dream for March with my husband & 2 children but I am concerned about motion sickness. Should I book a room in a certain area of the ship? Also, are there treatments for motion sickness on board?
- Asked by Shara from ON on 12/30/2010
I hear you! Having experienced sea sickness in the past - I can tell you that I will do anything to avoid it. Personally I have found the mid-ship cabins, on decks 5-6 have been most favorable for me. I find that the... read more
I see anaphylaxis to peanuts and nuts have been discussed, but the answer always says to speak to staff once you've boarded the cruise ship - I need absolute clarity before I even book my trip; how and where do I ask my specific questions??
- Asked by Craig from BC on 12/26/2010
This is a very serious concern, so I'm glad you've asked! I've always suggested mentioning it to the staff once onboard as a backup to notification the guest should give prior to sailing (including a medical form). By the... read more