We are super excited to take our first Disney Cruise in Feb. 2011. Are there snack bars in the Oceaneer's Club or should we plan to get our daughter for lunch or get her dinner before we eat at Palo? Thanks!
- Asked by Cricket from OR on 12/29/2010
You should be super excited! The countdown is on, and I'm glad you've come to the Moms Panel with your last minute questions. To answer your question - Yes, meals are provided during lunch and dinner for those children... read more
What are the chances that we will be able to change our dining time (we have the late one and have 3 little kids) once on board the Dream? We are sailing Feb. 16 - 20!! YEAH!
- Asked by Janet from AB on 1/31/2011
Congratulations, Janet, on your upcoming cruise aboard the new Disney Dream -- you are going to think you're living a dream when you're sailing!
You can certainly request to have your dining time changed once you are on board. Yet, as crazy as it... read more
We are going on our first cruise by the end of this week. What is the dress code for the 4 nights Disney Dream Cruise?
- Asked by Choi from NJ on 7/26/2011
Congratulations on your cruise this week on the beautiful Disney Dream -- she is a stylish and spectacular ship!
For a 4-night cruise to the Bahamas on the Disney Dream, there are two "cruise casual" nights -- which means no... read more
We are going on Disney Magic cruise on 13 August. Our family is vegetarian. Are there vegetarian meal options on board? Do we need to bring items like soy milk with us?
- Asked by anna from CA on 7/18/2011
Congratulations on your upcoming cruise aboard the Disney Magic -- I'm sailing on this ship later this year, and I can't wait to go aboard!
There are several vegetarian options while on a Disney ship -- at the buffets and... read more
We are taking our children - ages 10, 8, 6,& 4 - on a Disney Cruise this summer. i noticed that the dress code for dinner states "no shorts". Is this only for the adults or does it apply to the children as well?
- Asked by Emily on 2/13/2009
The dress requirements are geared towards all passengers. Most evenings are cruise casual with the expectation that passengers refrain from wearing shorts, swim attire and tank tops to the dining rooms.
Many parents dress their kids in similar... read more