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There is a new policy for passengers on board for Disney Cruise Line door decorations. Many passengers enjoyed decorating their stateroom doors with pictures, characters, name tags, and more.
Disney Cruise Line now requires all passengers to refrain from using any type of adhesive (including removable gel adhesives) or over-the-door hanging organizers on their cabin doors. Passengers are only permitted to use magnetic decorations now. According to Disney, these adhesives can cause damage to the appearance and overall condition of the doors.
Disney’s Media Relations Manager, Jacqueline Lorenzetti, reported that any passengers found with a nonmagnetic decoration will be reminded of the policy. If the decorations are not removed, the cabin occupant faces a $100 fee to cover the cost of repairs for damage to the door.
Aug. 25 – Sept. 26, 2013.
The following lead rates are per person, based on double occupancy:
- 3-night cruise – Inside stateroom starting at $399, Oceanview stateroom starting at $449 and Verandah stateroom starting at $499.
- 4-night cruise – Inside stateroom starting at $499, Oceanview stateroom starting at $549 and Verandah stateroom starting at $599.
Onboard Credit Offer Details:
Book a 3- or 4-night cruise on Disney Dream departing Aug. 25 – Sept. 26, 2013, and receive a $50 onboard credit for an Inside stateroom, $75 onboard credit for an Oceanview stateroom or a $100 onboard credit for a Verandah stateroom.
On Jan. 2, Disney Cruise Line® will add new sail dates to its Kids Sail Free offer for most 4-, 6- and 8-night sailings departing from Galveston Jan. 12 – April 26, 2013. Bookings for the new sail dates will open Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2013.
To take advantage of this offer, kids must travel with two full-fare Guests in the same stateroom in categories 4A – 11B.
Discover the Disney Difference
Onboard, you’ll quickly realize why Condé Nast Traveler readers voted Disney Cruise Line #1 in the large ship category. Here’s just some of the magic you’ll discover on every Disney cruise:
- Complimentary, themed kids’ clubs brimming with Disney activities and entertainment
- Rotational Dining, which lets you rotate through 3 amazing restaurants—with your servers traveling with you to each meal
- 24-hour complimentary room service, as well as soda, coffee and tea always available on deck at no extra charge
- Exciting entertainment like Broadway-style shows, first-run films and the only fireworks show at sea.
- Exclusive adult areas, including a nighttime entertainment district, full-service spa, adults-only pool, upscale dining and fitness center.
- Ground transfer services from the airport to the ship, so you don’t have to worry about transportation.
There are few people more deserving in this world and I am glad Walt Disney World is continuing to find ways to honor them. In honor of the brave men and women who serve our country Disney Cruise Line is offering special military rates on select sail dates.
Military families need to reconnect and create memories more so than ever and now they can do this on a Disney Cruise for a special rate. Beginning December 17, 2012, the following will go into effect for all new bookings:
- Military personnel may book one stateroom under the military rates program.
- A second stateroom may be confirmed, if needed, to accommodate immediate family members only. For example, a family of two adults and four children may confirm two staterooms, based on availability, with the offer. Extended family (grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, etc.) do not qualify as immediate family members for the second stateroom.
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Disney Cruise line does have some of the largest staterooms of any of the cruise lines HOWEVER when sailing with your family of 4 in a standard sized cabin aboard Disney’s ships you will find yourself crammed for space at times. We had gone on a 5 night on the Dream and a 3 night on the Disney Dream but this summer we went on a 7 night on the Fantasy. Knowing ahead of time how much space our interior cabin would have I wanted to try and maximize that space as much as possible.
I HIGHLY recommend buying these two simple items before setting sail.
1). An over the door shoe organizer:
This worked BRILLIANTLY for our family! We hung it over the back of our bathroom door and it held everything from swim goggles, sunscreen, jewelry, lotion, hair brushes and hair product to deodorant This helped us so much as far as maximizing our space within our state-room. I picked this up at Walmart for around 7.00, money WELL spent for sure!