I am trying to talk my husband into taking our 2 girls on a disney cruise. He is nervous because he gets sea sick, I am trying to tell him this will not happen on a cruise ship. Do you have any suggestions on ways I can convince him of this?
- Asked by Michele from NJ on 2/21/2010
This is a very common concern, and based on my personal experience - a valid one! I wish I could tell you that sea sickness does not happen on a cruise ship, but unfortunately it is the nature of the beast.
Now that being... read more
We have 3 children in wheelchairs. We travel from Canada to DisneyWorld pretty much yearly . This fall 2010 we are concidering the Disney Cruise . We will travel in a party 4 adults ,3 kids. Are the ships wheelchair friendly. Is there a phone # to ask ?
- Asked by Paul from ON on 1/11/2010
How exciting that you are considering a voyage on Disney Cruise Line! I you have found your yearly visits to Walt Disney World magical, then you already know what you can expect from Disney Cruise Line - but it's even better! A Disney... read more
Hello there. My family of 3 and I are heading to DW January 15th. We want to extend our vacation the following week and may do a last minute Disney Cruise. I am 4 months pregnant. Are there any rules about no pregnant women on cruises?
- Asked by Kelsi from IL on 12/21/2009
The Disney Cruise Line's rules state that women will not be allowed to sail once they have entered their 24th week of pregnancy.
While some moms-to-be may not see the need for this policy, I can personally share that my son... read more
Just a simple question. How do you dry your swimsuits in the cabin. I think hanging them over the rail is out! Is there a clothes line in the shower?
- Asked by Patricia from CA on 10/1/2009
Good news. There is a clothesline inside the tub/shower area.
We usually hang our swimsuits in there. When they are no longer dripping, we will hang them on the back of the door.
I have also heard of guests using the hairdryer to finish... read more
My family and i will sail for the first time DCL in September I have two daughters one age8 and my 4 year old daughter who is diabetic i wanted to know about food portions and if they would be any problems with her medications she is on injections.
- Asked by Erika from FL on 5/23/2009
Disney Cruise Line has steps in place to help passengers with diabetes. First, you’ll want to fill out the Medical Information Form to request a sharps container for your stateroom.
This information will also alert the wait staff in the dining... read more