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Disney Changes Onboard Booking Policy

posted December 1, 2013

Effective November 12, 2013, Disney Cruise Lines has added an 18-month "use it or lose it" policy to any special onboard discounts on future bookings. Read more...

Disney to sail from Europe beginning 2013

In 2013, Disney Cruise Line will offer new itineraries for guest sailing on Disney Magic, including an expanded portfolio of European cruises with new destinations such as Venice, Italy, and the Greek Isles.

In addition, Disney Cruise Line will utilize a second homeport in Florida, with Caribbean sailings on the Disney Wonder, departing from the Port of Miami for the first time.

Dining Options

Animator's Palate

Enter the hand-drawn world of the Disney animator and — as your magical meal is served — watch the walls come alive with color, surrounding you with beloved images from classic Disney animated films.

Triton's

Dine in style in this elegant Disney Wonder® Art Deco room with fine dining and an aquatic flair — inspired by Disney's animated classic, "The Little Mermaid."

Lumiere's

Step into a grand dining room on the Disney Magic®, harkening back to the classic ocean liners of the past with an elegant rose motif from Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" and fabulous cuisine with a French flair.

Parrot Cay

Discover the festive tastes of the islands in this extraordinary eatery where colors bloom and the fun and spirit of the Bahamas inhabit every corner.

Palo

Delight in delicious Northern Italian cuisine at this elegant, world-class restaurant for adults only, where a romantic candlelit dinner lives on as a treasured memory.

Other Meals and Snacks

Enjoy all sorts of wonderful food at the ship's remarkable restaurants and superb snack bars from morning to night — all included with the price of your cruise.

Adults Only

Visit Palo, the adults only, world-class restaurant of the Disney Cruise Line where a romantic candlelit dinner is an occasion to savor. Enjoy the finest Northern Italian specialties at this elegant eatery. At dinner, jackets are preferred for men at Palo, Lumiere's and Triton's; a dress or pantsuit is preferred for women.

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Disney Cruises Contact Info

Disney Cruise Line
P.O. Box 10210
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830

Disney Cruise Line is an American cruise line company owned and operated by Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, a division of The Walt Disney Company and is headquartered in Celebration, Florida.

From its inception, Disney Cruise Line was destined to be different. As the first owned and operated cruise line by the dream makers at Disney, Disney Cruise Line specifically designed its ships with areas and activities that appeal to the unique vacation needs of every member of the family.

The Disney Cruise Line fleet are stunning vessels that pay homage to the grand era of the ocean liner, while providing state-of-the-art comforts and engaging, Disney-exclusive activities designed to bring families together, whatever the destination.

Staterooms are configured especially for families, with extra storage and most with split bathrooms for making getting ready easier.

Youth clubs promise age-appropriate, Disney-themed fun, whether your child is 3 months or 17 years old.

Entertainment includes original Broadway-style live shows, Character Greetings and the latest Disney movies, some in digital 3-D.

Adults can dance or listen to live music at nightclubs and lounges or rejuvenate and beautify thanks to high-end spa and fitness facilities.

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Smoking Policy

Disney Cruise Ships have been primarily designated as non-smoking ships. Designated smoking areas include many of the lounges, portions of open-air decks and private verandahs.

Disney Cruise Line requests that all Guests observe the non-smoking areas and refrain from smoking pipes and/or cigars in any of the public areas.

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History

Since its launch in 1998, Disney Cruise Line has established itself as a leader in the cruise industry, providing a setting where families can reconnect, adults can recharge and kids can immerse themselves in worlds of fantasy only Disney can create. Today, Disney Cruise Line continues to expand its blueprint for family cruising. Its classic ships – the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder – are now joined by a new class of ships constructed by Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany.

The Disney Dream sailed its maiden voyage in 2011, and the Disney Fantasy sails its maiden voyage in 2012. Guests can sail out of ports around the world on exciting itineraries to the Caribbean, Bahamas, Hawaii, Alaska and the Mexican Riviera, among others. Disney Cruise Line’s homeport remains Port Canaveral, Florida, where it has a specially designed cruise terminal dedicated to Disney Cruise Lines.

Disney Cruise Line strives to make a positive impact in the many places around the world it calls home. The Cast and Crew of Disney Cruise Line support numerous charitable organizations that nurture the lives of children and enrich the environment. Crew Members lead reading education programs in schools, give to local animal shelters and bring Disney characters to entertain children in port communities around the globe. Volunteers also donate their time to paint murals for hospitals and care facilities, raise funds for worldwide disaster relief efforts, and host annual shore cleanups to remove trash and debris from fragile coastlines. In 2010, Cast and Crew Members donated more than 4,500 hours of their personal time to benefit worthwhile causes across 31 different port communities.

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Wi-fi

During your Disney Cruise Line vacation, stay connected with friends, family and the rest of the world with convenient services such as:

Wave Phones

While aboard the ship and on Castaway Cay, reach out to your fellow travelers via Wave Phone—an option that allows you to text and call without using your personal cell phone. From your Wave Phone, you can call any shipboard phone, stateroom phone or other Wave Phone, making it easy to connect with your travel party or new friends. In your stateroom, you'll find two Wave Phones. Additional phones are available at a fee. For more information about Wave Phones, view our frequently asked questions.

Wireless Internet Access

Enjoy the flexibility and freedom of connecting to the Internet from your own personal wireless-ready laptop at convenient WiFi hotspots on Disney Cruise Line ships. Check your Personal Navigator for specific information about WiFi hotspots.

Internet Cafés

Each Disney Cruise Line ship features Internet cafés where you can check email, surf the Internet and share your vacation memories while you're at sea. On the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder, choose from the following options:

Promenade Lounge on Deck 3, Aft, offering an Internet café with computer stations.

Cove Café (adults only) on Deck 9, Midship, offering WiFi-enabled café laptops, available at a fee.

On the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy, choose from the following options:

Vista Café on Deck 4, Midship, offering convenient wireless connectivity.

Cove Café (adults only) on Deck 11, Forward, offering WiFi-enabled café laptops, available at a fee.

Note: External equipment such as cameras cannot be hooked up to our computers. Computers are not equipped with any Microsoft® Office applications; attachments from your email accounts associated with these applications will not open and cannot be sent. The computers also do not allow program or software uploads and downloads.

Example Rates for Internet and Computer Services

For sailings less than 7-nights:

Internet / Wireless Internet Access Pay as you go - $0.75 per minute

50 min for $27.50 ($.55 per minute)

100 min for $40 ($.40 per minute)

250 min for $75 ($.30 per minute)

For sailings 7-nights or longer:

Internet /Wireless Internet Access Pay as you go - $0.75 per minute

100 min for $55.00 ($.55 per minute)

50 min for $100 ($.40 per minute)

500 min for $150 ($.30 per minute)

Printing $0.25 per page

Note: The prices above are for example only. Prices vary based on ship and itinerary, and are subject to change at any time without notice. Internet plans can be used interchangeably on laptops and desktops throughout the ship. However, plans cannot be upgraded once purchased, and credit will not be issued for unused plan minutes.

Note: Due to the technology involved and satellite connectivity, the onboard Internet service may be slower than you may be accustomed to, and may be interrupted or unavailable at times.

Cell Phone Services

In addition to dedicated locations where you can take advantage of ship-to-shore calling, Disney Cruise Line features Cellular at Sea phone service—so you can use your own cell phone or wireless PDA just as you would on land. Available from most cell phone carriers including AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile, this service is currently accessible in staterooms.

Note: Usage rates and international roaming rates vary as you travel. Be sure to contact your cell phone provider to learn these rates before your cruise. Disney Cruise Line recommends that Guests seeking to avoid the unwanted costs associated with data downloads keep their wireless devices turned off during their cruise.