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The Complete Guide to Booking Disney Cruises

The Complete Guide to Booking Disney Cruises

Disney Cruise Line is a premier cruise operator, offering quality family experiences at sea. While it’s a relatively small player in the cruise world, it continues to grow.

Since first launching in 1998, it has grown to a have a fleet of five ships, with three more to set sail in the coming years.

In this guide, we’ll go over you’ll need to know about booking a Disney cruise, including the different vessels, room types, and onboard experiences, as well as considerations for dining and booking.

The Disney Cruise Experience

While the main clientele for Disney cruises is families with kids, Disney cruises offer experiences for every member of the family, regardless of age. Most are Disney themed, and include supervised kid-friendly activities and clubs and family-friendly Broadway-calibre shows, as well as clubs, bars, and fine dining just for adults.

It may not have all the bells and whistles of other larger cruise lines, such as Royal Caribbean and Norwegian, but Disney is known to offer better food and service, which is also reflected in their higher fares.

If your family loves Disney, superheroes, or princesses, then this certainly is an experience you’ll want to try… at least once.

Stateroom Types

Generally speaking, there are four types of staterooms on Disney cruise ships: Inside, Oceanview, Verandah, and Concierge. As you move through that list, the fare for the cruise increases.

Other than some of the Inside cabins, Disney ships generally have larger staterooms than most cruise lines, which of course serves families better.  

The price difference between an Inside and an Oceanview stateroom is relatively minor, while the costs for Verandah and Concierge staterooms are more substantial.

All staterooms are arranged to have a seating area and one queen bed. Depending on the maximum passengers allowed in the room, there may also be some variable combination of a single convertible sofa, a Murphy bed, and an upper-berth pull-down bed.

With the exception of standard Inside staterooms, most rooms have a privacy curtain that can separate the sleeping area from the living room area, or the parents from the kids when it comes time to sleep.  

Each stateroom has a full bathroom with a tub and shower. With the exception of standard Inside staterooms, bathrooms are split into two smaller rooms, each with a sink, but one with a tub and shower, and the other with a…

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