We are going on our first family vacation! The Disney cruise out of Galveston 14 dec. when I booked our cabins , I hadn't choice of dining times and was given second seating. That's going to be wayyy too late for our munchkins. Any way to change it?
- Asked by Nicole from TX on 10/11/2013
Welcome aboard, Nicole! I'm so happy to hear that you're about to set off on your first family vacation! A cruise with Disney is such a magical, memorable experience for every age, I'm just sure you're going to have one amazing cruise!
If the... read more
Our family will be sailing on disney's fantasy on a 7- day Caribbean cruise later this month. I am a little confused by the dress code. Some places it says "cruise casual", other places it mentions a pirate night and a formal night. Can you clari
- Asked by curtis on 7/4/2013
Welcome aboard, Curtis! The Disney Fantasy is an amazing ship and your family is sure to have one very magical vacation later this month!
On the Disney Fantasy's seven-night sailings to the Eastern or Western Caribbean, guests will have one... read more
We are sailing on April 18, 2013 on the Disney Wonder. Do you know which nights are formal, casual and pirate night? What would be appropriate attire for myself, my husband and our 5 year old boy each night? Trying to put our packing list together! Thanks!
- Asked by Stephanie on 4/10/2013
Your four-night Western Caribbean vacation is just days away, and I know you can't wait for the wonder and excitement to begin! Although scheduling is always subject to change, here is what you can expect for your sailing- Day... read more
Hi! Travelling on the Dream Feb. 2012 - 3 day cruise to Bahamas! I was wondering which night is "dress-up" and which is Pirate Night to plan accordinly.- Thanks a lot!
- Asked by Victoria from Santa Fe on 1/2/2012
In just a few short weeks you will be cruising down the Florida coast on the Disney Dream! Cruise casual, pirate night and "dressy" night is the order for the 3-night itinerary.
Thanks for letting the Moms... read more
We are cruising at the end of October on the Wonder. We have reservations for Palo on the last night. I would like to know if the dinner reservations at Palo will conflict with the nightly stage show because I don't want to miss it.
- Asked by Elizabeth on 8/12/2013
Welcome to the Moms Panel! I'm glad you asked this question because not missing the nightly entertainment in the Walt Disney Theatre is very important to me too! My family loves to be entertained by the talented performers and... read more