Hi. Love this site, has a lot of info. Well, 3 families are sailing in 30 days. However, we all assign to different arrival time. So can we check-in before the assigned time? What about if we miss the time due to traffic ? Thanks.
- Asked by Jessy from AL on 5/3/2011
Hi, Jessy from my beautiful home state of Alabama!
I'm glad you're enjoying our Disney Moms Panel site and finding information to help you plan your family's vacation. That's exciting that you have three families on the same Disney... read more
We are having our wedding on the Disney Dream this month and have 2 staterooms on the Concierge Level but we have 2 other families coming with us that are on other decks. Will we they be able to board with us?
- Asked by Margaret from GA on 5/9/2011
First of all, congratulations on your upcoming wedding on the Disney Dream! My husband and I are celebrating 20 years this month, and I pray that your marriage is as blessed!
When you arrive at the terminal at Port Canaveral,... read more
we are planning a family trip on the disney dream in july 2012 for 9 of us in 3 staterooms. i've heard of fish extenders. what are these and what do you do with them?
- Asked by Denise from TX on 12/26/2011
Fish Extenders are an unofficial, sub-culture "tradition" on Disney Cruise Line where guests will hang a pocket or a series of pockets from the metal fish (or seahorse on the Disney Dream) located outside their staterooms -- thus, the... read more
Hi. We are a family of 6- 2 adults, 4 kids ranging from 3 -10yrs. Which is better: a 2bedroom suite or 2 adjoining rooms? Which is the better deal? We'd want to do a 4 day Bahamas or Caribbean cruise out of Pt. Canaveral in September 2011. Thx!
- Asked by Lynda from ON on 8/2/2011
The better deal for a family of six is going to be 2 adjoining rooms, but to be honest, you're really going to be subject to availability at this point in the planning process. For Disney cruises sailing next month, I recommend calling... read more
I am trying to get a combo package for 4 days at DW and then a cruise to finish vacation. I will be traveling with 4 other families and we will be driving. Can you help me with this?
- Asked by Matt on 2/21/2012
Combining a Walt Disney World Vacation with a Disney Cruise is the ultimate Disney experience! Your crew will love having four fun-filled days in the parks and then time unwinding while you cruise the high seas with... read more