1. When should I arrive in Orlando, Florida?
You should arrive at the Orlando International Airport by no later than 12:30 P.M. Friday, January 16, 2015.
2. How do I get from the Orlando International Airport or a Disney property to the ship?
Round trip Disney Cruise Line ground transportation to the ship from the airport or a Disney property and back, is included with registration. Please note that you will need to have the following information to complete the registration process:
- Pick-up location
- Drop-off location
- Arrival flight number, date and time
Guests that are being transferred from the Disney Resorts will receive a letter at check in advising them of the time of the shuttle departure.3. What Disney properties are serviced by Disney Cruise Line transportation?
Disney's Beach Club Villas Disney's Wilderness Lodge Disney's BoardWalk Villas Disney's Yacht Club Resort Disney's Old Key West Resort Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa Disney's Coronado Springs Resort Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge Disney's Port Orleans Resort - Riverside Disney's Beach Club Resort Disney's All-Star Music Resort Disney's BoardWalk Inn Disney's All-Star Sports Resort Disney's Contemporary Resort Disney's Pop Century Resort Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa The Cabins at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort Disney's Polynesian Resort Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin Disney's Beach Club Villas Disney's Wilderness Lodge
4. What if I am staying at a non-Disney owned hotel?
You will be responsible for your won transportation to and from the cruise terminal at Port Canaveral.
5. What are the benefits of using Disney Cruise Line transportation services?
> Disney Cruise Line themed motor coaches
> Instructional video on the way to the pier
> Seamless luggage delivery to the ship
6. When can I board the ship?
Check-in registration begins at 11:00 A.M. and embarkation begins at 1:00 P.M. for all Bahamian cruises. All guests must board the ship no later than 3:30 P.M.. Please plan your arrival accordingly to avoid the possibility of not being permitted to sail with us.
7. Do I need a passport?
Guests are responsible for obtaining proper documentation to board the ship and must have a valid U.S. passport for all cruises. Having a passport allows you to always be prepared to travel wherever you wish, and offers and added measure of security when you're traveling. Please note that you will need to have the following information to complete the registration process:
- Legal Name (as it appears on their proof of citizenship)
- Date of Birth
- Citizenship (if other than U.S.)
- Home Address
- Passport Number & Expiration Date
- Email Address
8. I'm traveling with my family, how large is the Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah?
A Disney Cruise Line Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah is a well-appointed and spacious accommodation tailored for families of 3 or 4. The room is 246 sq. ft., including verandah, with a queen-size bed, single convertible sofa, upper berth pull-down bed if sleeping 4, split bath with tub and shower (in most). Please contact email@example.com before registering if you need a larger stateroom as there will be an additional charge for a larger room.
9. Are there any travel restrictions based on age?
The minimum age requirement for infants to travel is 12 weeks as of embarkation day. Infants under 12 weeks are not allowed to travel aboard Disney Cruise Line ships.
10. When can I pre-reserve My Cruise Activities & complete My Online Check-In?
> 9/18/2014 - Platinum Castaway Club Members (having sailed on 10+ DCL Cruises)
>10/03/2014 - Gold Castaway Club Members (having sailed on 5+ DCL Cruises)
>10/18/2014 - Silver Castaway Club Members (having sailed on 1+ DCL Cruises)
> 11/02/2014 - All Guests
11. What is the earliest I can schedule my departing flight from the Orlando International Airport on Monday January 19th?
The ship docks at Port Canaveral at 7:30 A.M.. Book return flights home, no earlier than 1:00 P.M..