We just did the online check in for our Feb. 2012 cruise. We are arriving at the port with my brother & his family; however they had selected a much earlier port arrival time that I was able to. What will happen when we arrive an hour and a half earl
- Asked by Maureen from MD on 2/6/2012
Hi there Maureen!
Thanks for stopping by the Moms Panel! I had almost the same scenario happen on my past Disney cruise. My family arrived earlier than our assigned time, and we had no problems with checking in at the port at... read more
Misunderstanding with my first question I think. We are going on a Disney cruise not to a theme park. Have total of 16 in our group with linked reservation. What is the most at a table at dinner and how close will the rest be of the group be to that table?
- Asked by Sheena from CA on 9/24/2012
I love hearing that you're going to be sailing with a large group. That's so much fun! Please call Disney Cruise Line directly and make a request that you would like the 16 to be seated at the same table. I've seen... read more
Hi Andi! I am a Silver Castaway Club Member.ISailing in Oct with my family, my parents & my brother's family. Can I make port reservations 90 days prior for our whole party? Or just for those in my stateroom? This is the first sailing for the other par
- Asked by Allison from NY on 3/16/2011
Greetings, fellow Castaway Club Member! You and I both are striving for that platinum anchor status!
If you have linked your reservation with your parents' and your brother's family, you should be able to book Port... read more
I have 4 young children (9,7,5,4). I'd hate to have to be separated from my husband. Are there rooms that can accommodate larger families? We want to travel July 2011
- Asked by Stephanie from CA on 7/24/2010
Stephanie, I certainly don't blame you for not wanting to be separated during a family vacation! You do indeed have several options to this dilemma.
Most of the Disney resorts can offer connecting rooms where there is an internal door that... read more
Hey everyone! My friends and I are planning a trip for the end of April 2010. We're doing 5 days on the parks and the 3 day cruise (Wonder). While I'm well-versed on land, what fun things will there be for four 20 year old girls at sea! Any advice welcome!
- Asked by Erin from NB on 10/23/2009
Fun for young adults on a Disney cruise? Absolutely!
You'll find the adults-only areas to beckon with food, entertainment and fun. Decadent indulges include ordering chocolate covered strawberries to be delivered to your stateroom.
Diversions... read more