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
On the Disney cruise line I am concerned that if we go I might get sea sick.......do you have any suggestions on how to avoide getting sick on a Disney cruise?????
- Asked by jonathan from FL on 5/4/2009
First time cruisers may want to take a shorter voyage to the Bahamas.
On the 3 night cruise, you’ll actually be in port a good portion of the vacation. For a 7 night voyage, consider one that has more ports.
Once upon a time, I never got... read more
We would like to take our boys on DCL but 2 of our boys have food allergies. We have travelled with them to WDW with no problems. My worry is being at being at sea and all of the food prep. Would there be a problem with their allergies being accomodated?
- Asked by Dawn from NJ on 3/20/2009
It can be challenging traveling with a child with food allergies.
You will find the same quality service and attention to special diets on the Disney Cruise Line as you have experienced throughout the Walt Disney World resort.
While aboard... read more
Cruise documents say perscription drugs must be in original containers. I order by mail for 90 days = very large bottles. Is the rule for customs US? Take all pills during cruise = return to US with empty container. Still need original bottle?
- Asked by Marilyn from TX on 3/21/2009
Traveling with prescription drugs to Florida and then aboard a cruise actually encompasses many different rules, regulations and laws.
First, if you travel aboard an aircraft, you’ll need to follow TSA regulations. For more information, see... read more