We are going on our first cruise in October. My husband is lactose intolerant. Could he bring Lactaid milk along or do they have it available on board? I do not want him to be uncomfortable during our cruise.
- Asked by Carol from FL on 3/31/2011
Hi Carol! I'm so excited for your first cruise, Disney Cruise Line is a simply wonderful experience from the minute you step on board! Disney Cruise Line is happy to accommodate special dietary needs or requests, you simply need to let them... read more
Hello there. My family of 3 and I are heading to DW January 15th. We want to extend our vacation the following week and may do a last minute Disney Cruise. I am 4 months pregnant. Are there any rules about no pregnant women on cruises?
- Asked by Kelsi from IL on 12/21/2009
The Disney Cruise Line's rules state that women will not be allowed to sail once they have entered their 24th week of pregnancy.
While some moms-to-be may not see the need for this policy, I can personally share that my son... read more
I have a couple of questions that I'm having difficulty getting answers to. One...will the Disney Dream offer free drinks other than soda? My children only drink water, milk and low sugar juice. Second...will I be able to do my own laundry? Thanks!
- Asked by megan from MA on 1/24/2011
Congratulations on your upcoming cruise aboard the Disney Dream -- she is a beauty and her cast and crew are trained to spoil you! I'd be more than happy to answer your questions.
Included with your cruise fare are the all-access... read more
On the Disney cruise line I am concerned that if we go I might get sea sick.......do you have any suggestions on how to avoide getting sick on a Disney cruise?????
- Asked by jonathan from FL on 5/4/2009
First time cruisers may want to take a shorter voyage to the Bahamas.
On the 3 night cruise, you’ll actually be in port a good portion of the vacation. For a 7 night voyage, consider one that has more ports.
Once upon a time, I never got... read more
We would love to go on the DCL. Have reservations due to our 7yo autistic son. I know how accomodating WDW is. What about cruise line? Do they have any special accomodations? What about child activity center?
- Asked by Allison from LA on 2/13/2009
I have heard many wonderful and reassuring comments from parents of special needs children that have cruised with DCL.
I recently sat down with the Hotel Director, Cruise Director and Youth Activities Manager to discuss the accommodations made... read more