my children don`t speak english. Can they join the Oceaneers Club and Lab on Disney Cruise?
- Asked by Kristyna on 2/22/2011
Your children are more than welcome at the Oceaneer's Club and Oceaneer's Lab! Because the Disney Cruise Line (DCL) Cast Members and Crew hail from all over the world, there are many languages spoken throughout the ships. Most... read more
We are taking our first cruise in Jan on the Magic! It seems like many excursions are for ages 6 and up. I was wondering if those ages are strictly enforced? My kids are 5, 8, & 11. Can I bring my 5 y/o on an excursion if I think he can handle it? Than
- Asked by Heather from NE on 9/14/2011
Congratulations on your upcoming cruise aboard the Disney Magic! For Port Adventures, the age guidelines are set forth by the tour operators, and the ages provided can vary from a suggestion to strictly enforced. It's really... read more
I have booked a Disney cruise aboard Disney's magic going to the Caribbean. I was looking at the shore excursions and almost all of them are for older children. I am traveling with a 4 year old. Am i going to have trouble booking shore excursions?
- Asked by terry from WA on 3/10/2011
You and your family are going to have a fantastic time aboard the Disney Magic sailing in the Caribbean. Although there are several high adventure shore excursions which cater to the thrill seekers (who tend to be older than 5), there... read more
We are taking our 3rd Disney Cruise in April, but our 1st with children! Our twins will barely be 3 at that time and I worry about them getting lost in the shuffle in the Oceaneer Club. What is the approximate councelor/child ratio? Should I be concerned?
- Asked by Katie from UT on 8/3/2011
Congratulations on your cruise this spring with Disney Cruise Line -- you and your family are going to have a fabulous family vacation together!
On one hand, I want to tell you to relax and realize that it's Disney. Although I'm... read more
Hello, we are staying at CR and then going on the Dream I was wondering if we would have enough time to wake up early and head to downtown Disney to get DD made up at BBB before heading on the cruise? Trying to start our trip off perfect! Thanks
- Asked by Samantha from ON on 6/20/2011
If you have your heart set on getting your princess' makeover done the day your Disney Dream cruise sets sail, it's possible -- you're just going to have to make sure all the arrangements are in place ahead of time. First of all,... read more