Depending on how much time you can spare for your vacation or how long a cruise you can afford there are many Disney cruises to select from.
There are 3-night and 4-night cruises to The Bahamas; a 7-night cruise to the Eastern Caribbean as well as to the Western Caribbean; and those long cruises ranging from 7 to 14 days to Europe and the Mediterranean.
There are long Transatlantic cruises as well.
These lovely cruises are not inexpensive and you may as well try to pack the most of experiences and adventures in that short time.
Activities and adventure abound and there is plenty for everyone - for everyone no matter what age.
Things You Should Know Disney cruise is expensive, so let's start with the staterooms.
· You can book for category 9 rooms for the price of category 10 rooms.
There are six rooms on Deck 5 that have portholes that are partly obstructed.
You need to book well in advance for these rooms - 5020, 5022, 5024, 5520, 5522, and 5524 - as they get booked fast.
· Book for a low priced stateroom if that is what you can afford - but do it very very early.
Low priced rooms fill in early and with more bookings coming in you may be lucky to get an upgrade.
It's a risk but worth taking.
· Try to check in as early as possible.
One advantage is that you do not waste time in the queue and then you get to enjoy the amenities sooner, such as the swimming pool! · To save time and money, get yourself a lunch pack before you disembark for excursions.
Use room service to the full as it is included in your price.
(But beware: Room service charges for bottled water and sodas!) · Shore excursions start early in the morning.
Use room service for early breakfast so you disembark early to enjoy greetings by Disney characters and go for snorkel with hardly any crowd around.
· Bottled water is very expensive aboard.
You can bring your own water to save money.
· Free drinks are available onboard.
Look for the self service stations and get your milk, tea, juice, and a variety of drinks - all for free.
· Book well in advance for, Palo, the only adult-only restaurant onboard.
There are too many people pushing for reservations for a romantic dinner! These are a few of the tips that will increase your enjoyment.
Food is plenty and there are many restaurants.
The following are included in your ticket's price: · All your three meals; snacks; and ice cream · All onboard programs including visits to the Kids' club and other teen activities · Entertainment of every kind Whether you use these tips or not, you and your family are anyway going to have a time of your lives! Who knows you may be ready to book another Disney cruise trip next vacation!