We are taking our first Disney Cruise in August on the Disney Dream! We have two boys ages 5 and 2 1/2. We are unsure if we need to bring a car seat for the shuttle bus from the airport to the cruise ship? Also, should we bring a stroller?Thank you!
- Asked by Patricia from NJ on 6/21/2011
Congratulations on your first Disney Cruise vacation this summer -- you are going to love sailing on the Disney Dream! That ship will make you think you're living a dream!
From what I remember, the Disney Cruise Line motorcoaches... read more
We are planning a family cruise in December of 2011. We are a group of between 10 and 18 (children ages are 1 yr., 2 1/2 yrs, 4 and 7. Cruise for 4 nights. What do you recommend?
- Asked by Alberto from FL on 6/15/2011
A 4 night cruise sounds fantastic! The Disney Cruise Line is absolutely fabulous and the designed to entertain and bring families together. There's entertainment for everyone in every Disney ship so there will be much to do for... read more
We are thinking about taking a family vacation on a disney cruise...my daughter almost three. Will there be enough age appropriate events and places for her.
- Asked by theresa on 9/7/2011
That's the most fantastic aspect of taking a Disney Cruise Line vacation -- each member of the family thinks that the cruise was specifically designed just for him/her!
Your little princess can meet Disney princesses and other... read more
We are leaving on the Disney Magic July 9th and can't wait!! We have a 5 year old that just finished her treatment from leukeamia and this needs to be very special for her and us! How do we make the ship aware of our daughter's treatment? Thx
- Asked by Michelle on 6/12/2011
Hi Michelle, I want you to know that your family is truly awe-inspiring to me and many others. Your daughter will absolutely love sailing on the beautiful Disney Magic! Indeed your entire family will enjoy a most remarkable cruising experience... read more
Thinking about an Alaskan Cruise in 2013, we have cruised with Disney to bahamas, love the great kids clubs, but on an Alaskan what else would there be for a young 3 year old? Excursions? Concerned without the warm weather to swim, she will be bored.
- Asked by Amanda from FL on 7/15/2011
There is SO much to do on board and at ports on a Disney Alaskan cruise for your little princess, it will make your head swim -- in a good way! Take a look at the Videos produced by Disney Cruise Line which chronicle my family's 7-day... read more