We are going on an Alaska cruise on Wonder at the end of August. Our daughter is formula fed and at home I boil the water for her bottles and let it cool for mixing. What can I do on the ship? I boil the water for 5 minutes for her.thx
- Asked by Sheelagh on 7/6/2013
Welcome aboard, Sheelagh! Next month you'll be setting sail to the great north with Disney Cruise Line! I can't think of a better way to visit Alaska than on a Disney Cruise!
I see that Nancy, our other Disney Cruise Line mom on the panel, told... read more
Hi! We are going on our first Disney cruise for January. I booked the Atlantis Beach Day and Discovery excursion for my family, but I am unable to select my 2 yr. old son. Is this because he is free? I want to make sure we can all go together. Thanks!
- Asked by Michelle from MD on 12/20/2013
Welcome aboard, Michelle! Congratulations on your upcoming first sailing with Disney Cruise Line! This trip will be a very magical one for your whole family. I love to see the excitement as a first-time cruise family discovers all the amazing... read more
We are going on the Wonder in February with our 17 month old son. We booked the all day excursion to Xel-ha. I see it includes a 45 min bus ride. Will he need a car seat? Also, should we bring his stroller with us? Any recommendations for other excursions?
- Asked by Molly from PA on 1/9/2014
Welcome back Molly!
The Xel-Ha Park and River Tubing Adventure looks to be an amazing one. As you see on the Port Adventure description, you'll have a bit of travelling to do to get to Xel-Ha, including a ferry boat ride and then a 45-minute... read more
We are travelling with our 20 months old twins, are we allowed to carry in luggage baby food and formula for the entire duration of the cruise?
- Asked by Leticia on 7/18/2013
Welcome back, Leticia! Disney Cruise Line is the perfect choice for your young family, as Disney has perfected the art of traveling with small children!
Guests are allowed to bring unopened, pre-packaged food and snacks (including baby... read more
I am going on the Disney Dream 3 nights to Bahamas on April and I am going with my 18 year old boy, he is very difficult to eat I wonder if I should just order his mashed beans and vegetables in the room and feed him there or in the main dining he will be.
- Asked by BRENO on 1/28/2013
Welcome aboard, Breno!
I'm happy to tell you that Disney Cruise Line does their absolute best to ensure wonderful dining experiences for each and every guest, no matter their preferences or special dietary needs. They are very accustomed to... read more