We will bring our boy who will turn 20 mons for a cruise. We have also booked the ground transportation. We are wondering if we will need to bring a car seat or not for the ground transportation. We are only planning to go on a cruise.
- Asked by Chia Chun from WA on 6/21/2011
Hi, Chia Chun!
For Disney Cruise Line ground transportation from the airport, you will travel by motorcoach, and I don't remember seeing seatbelts. Therefore, you will have no way of securing a carseat on board the bus. Unless you... read more
Can you make Nemo's Reef Reservations or Oceanear's Club Reservations ahead of time? I can only book my activities 45 days in advance, will I have trouble reserving a spot? Do they get full? Can my kids nap/sleep there?
- Asked by AnnMarie from PA on 7/20/2011
For Flounder's Reef Nursery,
you do need to make reservations ahead of time, but you shouldn't have
trouble reserving the times you need since you'll more than likely make
simultaneous reservations for adult-only bookings such as... read more
Hi, I just booked our first Disney cruise on the Dream in late Jan. and my daughter will be 20 months at the time. Would you recommend the main dinner seating so she can join us or the late seating so that she can go to the 6pm live shows?
- Asked by Kim from VA on 7/8/2011
A first cruise is exciting, but especially a first Disney cruise. Disney Cruise Line is sure to capture your heart, Kim! As for your question, I'm trying to think back to when my kids were that age; it's been awhile! I... read more
My parents bought a cruise for our entire family for Christmas. It is in March 2011. I will have a baby that will not even be 5 months old. I am nervous about taking him on a cruise. I also have a child who will not even be 3 yet. Any advice or concerns?
- Asked by Jamie on 12/25/2010
What a wonderful gift ! When my son was 8 months old, he took his first cruise - and at that time I had a two and a three year old as well. Oddly enough, the cruise was one of the easiest vacations we've ever taken... read more
My family and I will be traveling on Disney Dream June 6th, 2012. We are expecting our second child to be born just over 12 weeks before we set sail. Will we have enough time to get the necessary documentation for our infant to sail with us?
- Asked by Kristin from MO on 7/19/2011
As a mom of four who has experienced four very different pregnancies and deliveries, I'm going to give you my honest and best "mom-to-mom" advice and tell you to consider postponing your Disney cruise by a few months. If not,... read more