Never cruised before so, how are the decks numbered? If I want a Royal Suite or a Navigators Room with verandah, how do I now what room number to request? I want an ocean view.
- Asked by Kathy from FL on 6/1/2011
The decks on Disney Cruise Line ships are numbered from the bottom up. The more expensive rooms are typically on the higher decks. You can see a detailed deck plan for all of the Disney cruise ships in the back of the Disney... read more
Is it allowed to bring a bottle of your own favorite wine to celebrate with?
- Asked by Kelly on 11/2/2011
Hi Kelly! Disney cruises are wonderful for celebrating, and guests are permitted to bring alcohol onboard. Fragile
items, such as bottles, must be brought in a carry-on bag, which cannot exceed 22"
wide, 14" high and 9" deep. Any alcohol you... read more
Do adults wear tiaras on the disney cruises on formal or semi formal nights? My husband bought me a gorgeous tiara in downtown disney our last wdw trip and I havent had a place I can wear it! I just am too self conscious to be the only woman wearing one&
- Asked by tasha from SC on 2/1/2012
Your husband bought you a gorgeous tiara at Downtown Disney, you're going on a Disney cruise, and you're hesitating to wear your tiara and be the princess that he obviously knows you are? Don't pass up this chance. I know... read more
Hi, my and family and I are going on our 1st cruise ever and we are so excited. My question is myself and 3 other family members want to enjoy the spa services. Who can I call to ensure we have times close together?
- Asked by Traci from GA on 7/5/2011
Some of my favorite activities on a Disney ship are the Spa & Salon Treatments and Services -- nothing kicks off my vacation better than a massage, facial, manicure, pedicure or all of thee above! You can book your... read more
Are all activities for children from 5 to 7 years old on a cruise included in the cost of the trip or do you have to pay for them to go the clubs? Do they limit the hours that they can go? Is a cruise more relaxing for parents than a park trip?
- Asked by Teri from ON on 1/23/2010
This is the beauty of cruising, the childrens clubs and activities are included! There is a fee for the use of Flounders Nursery (available for those under three only), but there is no charge for the Oceaneer Club and Oceaneer Lab (ages... read more