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Disney Cruises Ships

  • Disney Dream

    Disney Dream

    Disney Cruise Line is celebrating the keel laying of the Disney Dream Cruise Ship, the first newly designed ship destined to expand family cruise options to more of their Clients to more places around the world. Bringing together innovation in superb shipbuilding and creativity in imaginative storytelling, Disney Cruise Line and Walt Disney Imagineering, along with the Meyer Werft shipyard, have created a truly distinctive design.

  • Disney Fantasy

    Disney Fantasy

    Building on the classic style of her sister ship, the Disney Dream, the Disney Fantasy is the regal fourth cruise liner in the expanding Disney Cruise Line fleet. Featuring 14 towering decks, a ship length of 1,115 feet and a maximum width of 125 feet, the 128,000-ton vessel includes 1,250 staterooms and has the capacity to comfortably accommodate 4,000 passengers, along with the over 1450 Cast and Crew Members who tend to the needs of every cruise Guest each and every day.

  • Disney Magic

    Disney Magic

    Experience Disney's traditions of extraordinary family entertainment and superb service while you ride the waves. History was made on July 30, 1998, when the Disney Magic embarked on its maiden voyage. With a gross tonnage of 83,000 this ship sails at a speed of 21.5 knots; with maximum speed of 25 knots. The interior of the Disney Magic is art deco, characterized by slender forms, straight lines and a sleekness of modern technology.

  • Disney Wonder

    Disney Wonder

    Legendary Disney service, spectacular dining experiences and world-class entertainment are all included to make every moment of your voyage a carefree dream come true. Disney Wonder, joined her sister-ship, Disney Magic, August 15, 1999. With a gross tonnage of 83,000 this ship sails at a speed of 21.5 knots; with maximum speed of 25 knots. The interior of the Disney Wonder is art nouveau, characterized by an 'art from nature' fee.

Learn More About Disney Cruises

The Disney Cruise Line began operations as the Magical Cruise Company Limited in 1996. Today, it is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Walt Disney Cruise Company and is based in Celebration, Florida. Its first ship was called the Disney Magic, which now is based in the port of London. The Walt Disney Company serves as the parent company for the popular cruise line. According to travel industry rankings, Disney Cruise Line ranks number one as a cruise line for families and for its offerings of cruises to Caribbean destinations. The cruise line features four ships in its fleet – the Disney Magic, Disney Fantasy, Disney Wonder, and Disney Dream. All ships receive accolades from cruise critics and families for being kid-friendly and offering large staterooms and whimsical amenities. Adults like sailing as much as children, as they can reconnect with some of the nostalgic parts of their youth. While each cruise ship varies in size, all vessels carry, on average, one crew member for every three guests. As of 2020, itineraries featured by the Disney Cruise Line depart from a variety of ports, including popular port locations, such as Galveston, Texas and Miami, Florida. These ports feature sailings to destinations in the U.S., Mexico, Europe, Canada, and the Caribbean. Most voyages last from 3 to 15 days, with the cruise length varying by its destination and itinerary. You can also book shore excursions through Disney, which are known as Port Adventures. Excursions include one-of-a-kind experiences, such as monkey encounters in Barbados or submarine trips in places, such as Cozumel, Mexico. The private Caribbean island, Castaway Cay, is also a popular getaway destination in the Bahamas. Disney ships offer a family-friendly onboard experience with their themed pools and kid clubs. The Disney-themed main dining room features Disney-inspired live shows, character meet-and-greets, and movies.

  • Headquartered in Celebration, Florida, the Disney Cruise line once was called the Magical Cruise Company Limited. It was incorporated in 1996 with that name.
  • The first cruise vessel of the Disney Cruise Line was the Disney Magic. It was introduced when the Disney Cruise Line was called the Magical Cruise Company Limited. The ship is now anchored in London, England.
  • Disney Cruise Line is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Walt Disney Company.
  • The AquaDuck Water Coaster is a favorite Disney amusement onboard ship.
  • All Disney ships are painted in colors inspired by Walt Disney Company's iconic Mickey Mouse. While the hull is painted black, the trim and two funnels (stacks) are painted yellow and red, respectively. The Mickey Mouse logo is also displayed on each of the two chimneys.
  • The Disney Cruise Line marked a first by including yellow lifeboats on its voyages instead of regulation orange. The company received special permission from the U.S. Coast Guard so they could keep with the special Mickey Mouse color scheme.
  • The first ship of Disney, the Disney Magic, was built in two different locations – one half was built in Ancona, Italy and the other part, or the stern, was constructed just outside of Venice, Italy in Marghera. The first part was towed to Marghera so it could be welded with the stern
  • The horn of the cruise line signals the first seven notes of the Disney song, "When You Wish Upon a Star."
  • Disney is the only cruise line with ships that have 5 captains – Captains Mickey, Minnie, Hook, and Jack Sparrow (of the Pirates of the Caribbean) preside over each ship, as well as each ship's designated captain.
  • The character, Captain Jack Sparrow, a main protagonist of the film series, Pirates of the Caribbean, was portrayed by actor, Johnny Depp, and was the creation of screenwriters, Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio.
  • Disney's Captain Hook is a fictional character, created as the main antagonist in the 1904 play by J.M. Barrie called Peter Pan. Captain Hook was the arch-enemy of Peter Pan. In the play and its adaptations, Hook is the pirate captain of the ship called the Jolly Roger.
  • Both ships, the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder. are 964 feet long – longer than the Magic Kingdom's Main Street U.S.A. at Disney World.
  • The Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream, which are part of the Disney Cruise Line's fleet, are 1,115 feet in length. Both are longer than the Chrysler Building in New York City is tall. They also surpass the height of the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
  • The Disney Magic features an anchor that weighs 28,200 pounds. That weight is about the same weight as 3 large elephants.
  • Cruise-goers who attend onboard evening parties, such as the Pirates in the Caribbean event, can see a spectacular fireworks performance.
  • On a typical 7-night Disney cruise on the Disney Magic, the cruise ship provides guests, on average, with 2,700 bottles of champagne. 
  • On a 7-night cruise, cruises guests on the Disney Magic also consume, on average, 5,000 pounds of beef, 10,000 pounds of chicken, 1,200 pounds of salmon, 1,000 pounds of lobster tail, 15,000 pounds of melon, 71,500 eggs, 57,820 cups of coffee, 12,385 bottles or cans of beer, and 3,125 gallons of soda.
  • The Cast Members in the Disney Cruise Line dining room represent approximately 86 different nationalities – it is, indeed "a small world" after all"
  • The food and décor of Disney Cruise Line's Palo restaurant is inspired by Italian influences. Italy was the origin for the construction of the cruise ships, the Disney Wonder and the Disney Magic.
  • Disney's onboard Palo Restaurant was named for the poles that line Venice, Italy's canals. 
  • The wine list at the Palo Restaurant features wine selections that originate from some of the most mature and greatest vineyards worldwide, including the Super Tuscans, Tignanello, Ornellaia, and Sassicaia.
  • The interiors of the Disney Magic and the Disney Dream embrace the art deco design, characterized by bold, solid colors and geometric prints.
  • The inside of the ships, Disney Fantasy and Disney Wonder display the art nouveau style with its curved patterns and organic materials.
  • Each cruise ship in the Disney line features an atrium lobby that celebrates a classic Disney character, such as Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Mickey, or Ariel.
  • The Buena Vista Theatre, onboard, emulates the elegant movie theaters of the 1920s and 1930s, when creator Walt Disney first introduced Mickey Mouse in animated movies.

Top Reasons To Choose Disney Cruises

  • The Disney Cruise Line offers fun clubs and programs for kids, such as the supervised Oceaneer Lab and Oceaneer Club for young guests, 3 to 12 years old.
  • The Oceaneer Club features kid-friendly computers, multiple TVs (Including a large-screen TV for movies), four themed play zones, and a place to read.
  • Disney's tech-based Oceaneer Lab includes an animator's studio, which allows a kid to draw his or her favorite Disney character. It also features an area for crafts.
  • The Edge, on Disney cruise ships, allows kids, ages 11 to 14, to listen to music, surf the web, or play video games.
  • The Vibe on Disney Cruise Line ships represents a lounge where teens, ages 14 to 17, can enjoy a non-alcoholic drink from the coffee bar, watch TV, or play video games.
  • Babysitting services are provided in each ship's "It's a small world" nursery.
  • During the evening, film screenings and live shows are part of the entertainment menu.
  • Each ship is host to a Pirate Night, which features a themed dinner, deck party, and pyrotechnic display.
  • Themed parties include the Disney Fantasy's Star Wars Day at Sea and Disney Wonder's and Disney Magic's Frozen Deck Party. 
  • Cruise-goers who are 21 and older have access to adult-only lounges, bars, and nightclubs onboard Disney ships.
  • Most of the staterooms on the cruise ships feature ocean views, with many of the rooms featuring verandahs.
  • As a cruise-industry first, most of the spacious stateroom accommodations on Disney cruise ships feature a sink and tub/shower arrangement in one part of the accommodation and sink and toilet in another room.
  • The Walt Disney Theater spans over three decks and can seat up to 977 or 1,340 guests, spending on the cruise ship.
  • Disney cruise ships feature almost an entire deck space for age-appropriate kids' activities.

Frequently Asked Questions About Disney Cruises

  • What is included in the cruise price when you book a cruise on Disney?

    The price you pay for a cruise includes almost every part of the onboard experience, such as all three meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner), your stateroom accommodation, plus applicable port fees and taxes. You also have access to complimentary soft drinks, snacks, and ice cream. Disney-inspired Meet-and-Greets, onboard entertainment in the Walt Disney Theater, and live Broadway-type shows are included in the cruise cost as well. You can also see the latest first-run films at the Buena Vista Theater.

  • What services are included for an additional charge while sailing on Disney?

    Port Adventure shore excursions are extra, as well as salon and spa services, babysitting services, onboard photos, video games, phone calls, alcoholic beverages, and adult-only dining.

  • What are the two most popular adult-only specialty restaurants onboard Disney ships?

    Palo features Italian cuisine and is featured on all the Disney ships, and Remy is a French-themed restaurant that can be found on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy.

  • Are Disney pools heated if there is a drop in temperature?

    Yes. Pools are heated when the water temperature drops below 75 degrees Fahrenheit.

  • What activities can I do if I choose to stay onboard while other cruise guests are in port?

    There are plenty of activities offered onboard. You can relax by the pool, enjoy a meal in one of the ship's restaurants, or work out at the ship's fitness center. Ships also offer spa and salon treatments. If you are 14 to 17 years old, you can visit the teen-only spa called "Chill."

  • What makes Disney number one in Caribbean cruise getaways?

    Disney features unforgettable Caribbean cruise vacations that feature 4-, 5-, 6-, or 7-night cruise itineraries from U.S. ports, such as Miami, Galveston, Port Canaveral (in Orlando), and New Orleans. Some of the ports-of-call include Cozumel, Costa Maya, Grand Cayman, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Tortola, St. Thomas, and Jamaica. All the trips normally include the Disney private island of Castaway Cay. Because travelers have more departure choices, they can more easily plan a Caribbean getaway. Also, the stop at Castaway Cay is only offered on Disney.

  • What are Port Adventures?

    Port Adventures are exciting shore excursions featured by Disney that have been specially designed to provide cruise-goers and families with interesting adventures at cruise destinations. For example, you can fly over canyons or snorkel, or participate in activities that will help you learn more about a locale's traditions or culture. You can even create a Private Port Adventure so you can gear your journey to your own travel needs and preferences.

  • What cruise on Disney is the most common cruise that runs year-round?

    Any of the Bahamas cruises can be taken any time throughout the year. Disney Cruise line features 3-, 4-, and 5-night cruises from Port Canaveral and Miami. Cruises stop in Nassau and Disney's private island, Castaway Cay. Guests can mail a souvenir message to friends and family back home from the post office on Castaway Cay.

  • What environmental programs have been implemented on Disney Cruise Line ships?

    Each ship has an environmental officer who oversees recycling, water reclamation, and the reduction of waste. For example, the condensation produced by shipboard AC units is collected for re-use for washing the ships' decks. This process alone saves 30 million gallons of water annually. 

  • Where are you more likely to see white-sand beaches?

    If your goal is to delight in the white sands of the tropics, plan a cruise to the Eastern Caribbean with Disney. Not only will you see white sands, but the glistening azure waters will also take your breath away. Unspoiled splendor awaits at Tortola, St. Thomas, St. John's, and Disney's private island retreat called Castaway Cay.

  • Does Disney feature cruise vacations to Alaska?

    Yes. Disney features cruises to most parts of the world, including Alaska. Featured cities on an Alaskan cruise include Skagway, Icy Strait Point, Ketchikan, and Juneau.

  • What are Very Merrytime Cruises?

    Very Merrytime Cruises are specialty cruises that are featured during the Christmas season. They depart to Caribbean destinations and the Bahamas around mid-December.

Health and Safety Protocols on Disney Cruises

Disney has a comprehensive plan that outlines protocols for managing illness and closely follow the guidance of public health officials. In light of COVID-19, Disney Cruise Line is operating at elevated cleaning and sanitation levels. Among the procedures currently in place include:

  • Training for all of Disney's Crew Members on how best to prevent the spread of illness on board.
  • A health screening completed by all Guests and Crew Members to check for illness before they board the ship.
  • Extensive cleaning and sanitation of high-traffic areas (e.g., handrails, doorknobs and elevator buttons) and children’s facilities.
  • Cleaning of all staterooms twice a day and additional disinfection when necessary.
  • Discontinuing self-service at buffet locations.
  • Regular communication with Guests and Crew Members regarding how to prevent illness.
  • Hand-washing stations and sanitizing wipes conveniently located throughout the ships.
  • Medical clinics on ships staffed with experienced doctors and nurses and stocked with supplies and medications to treat a variety of illnesses.

Minimum Age Policy on Disney Cruises

Minors under the age of 18 not traveling with a parent or legal guardian must be accompanied by an adult 21 years of age or older in the same stateroom. The parent or guardian of any minor not traveling with a parent or guardian must appoint an adult to have custody and control over the minor and to contract on their behalf in connection with the Disney Cruise Line vacation. A minor authorization form can be obtained by visiting disneycruise.com and selecting "My Disney Cruise" or is sent when a document package is mailed. The form must be signed by a parent or legal guardian prior to embarkation at the Disney Cruise Line Terminal. After 9:00 p.m., adult entertainment districts are restricted to Guests 18 years and older.

Travel Protection Options on Disney Cruises

We want our Clients to have the vacation of their dreams! So we've created a travel protection plan just for you. The Disney Cruise Line Vacation Protection Plan is a package of benefits that help prepare you for the unexpected before, during, and even after their trip. The Plan includes travel insurance, 24-hour assistance, and Disney's Cancel For Any Reason feature. This feature delivers a credit of up to 75% of the cancellation fees to be used toward a future Disney Cruise Line sailing - so if you cancel for a reason that may not be eligible under the insurance portion of the plan, you still receive a credit for a future cruise! For bookings made prior to March 6, 2014, the feature provides a credit of up to 100% of the cancellation penalties towards a future Disney Cruise Line sailing.

Dining on Disney Cruises

MAIN DINING

Animator's Palate

Available Ships: Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy
Animator's Palate is a Main Dining restaurant located on Deck 4, Aft aboard the Disney Magic and the Disney Wonder, and on Deck 3, Aft aboard the Disney Dream and the Disney Fantasy. Celebrating Disney animation, Animator's Palate includes an innovative dinner "show" starring your favorite Disney characters.

Enchanted Garden

Available Ships: Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy
Enchanted Garden is a Main Dining restaurant located on Deck 2, Midship aboard the Disney Dream and the Disney Fantasy that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Inspired by the picturesque gardens of Versailles, Enchanted Garden magically transforms from day to night during dining.

Lumiere's

Available Ship: Disney Magic
Lumiere's is a Main Dining restaurant located on Deck 3, Midship on the Disney Magic that serves contemporary American cuisine for breakfast and lunch in a casual setting, and French-inspired continental cuisine amid a more refined atmosphere for dinner. The restaurant is elegantly themed after the hit Disney movie, Beauty and the Beast.

Parrot Cay

Available Ships: Disney Magic, Disney Wonder
Parrot Cay on the Disney Magic and the Disney Wonder is a Main Dining restaurant located on Deck 3, Aft. Inspired by the relaxed feel of the tropics, Parrot Cay boasts classic American fare for breakfast and lunch, and Caribbean island grill house specialties for dinner.

Royal Court
Available Ship: Disney Fantasy
Royal Court is a Main Dining restaurant located on Deck 3, Midship, aboard the Disney Fantasy that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Inspired by the classic Disney films Cinderella, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Beauty and the Beast and Sleeping Beauty, the décor and atmosphere of Royal Court is especially beautiful.

Royal Palace

Available Ship: Disney Dream
Royal Palace is a Main Dining restaurant located on Deck 3, Midship aboard the Disney Dream. Inspired by classic Disney films like Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty, Royal Palace serves a mouthwatering menu of culinary delights—fit for a king or a queen—for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Triton's

Available Ship: Disney Wonder
Triton's is a Main Dining restaurant located on Deck 3, Midship on the Disney Wonder that serves contemporary American fare for breakfast and lunch, and continental cuisine with a French flair amid a more elegant setting for dinner. The restaurant is themed after the hit Disney movie, The Little Mermaid.

BUFFET

Beach Blanket

Available Ship: Disney Wonder
Beach Blanket Buffet on the Disney Wonder is an indoor/outdoor buffet restaurant located on Deck 9, Aft that serves classic American and international cuisine. During breakfast and lunch, Beach Blanket Buffet serves the finest in buffet dining; at dinnertime, Beach Blanket Buffet becomes a table-service restaurant offering many Main Dining delights.

Cabanas

Available Ships: Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy
Cabanas is an indoor/outdoor Casual Dining restaurant located at Deck 11, Aft aboard the Disney Dream and the Disney Fantasy that serves a culinary confection of fresh food favorites. At breakfast and lunch, Cabanas offers the finest in made-to-order dining; at dinnertime, the restaurant is transformed into a table-service dining room serving Main Dining dishes

Topsider Buffet

Available Ship: Disney Magic
Topsider Buffet on the Disney Magic is an indoor/outdoor buffet located on Deck 9, Aft that serves American and international classics. During breakfast and lunch, Topsider Buffet offers the finest in buffet dining; at dinnertime, Topsider Buffet is transformed to a casual yet elegant sit-down restaurant serving Main Dining specialties

QUICK SERVICE

Eye Scream Treats and Frozone Treats

Available Ships: Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy
For cooling refreshment, choose from 2 quick-service venues conveniently located near Donald's Pool on Deck 11 on both the Disney Dream and the Disney Fantasy. Eye Scream Treats and Frozone Treats are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Flo's Café Disney
Available Ships: Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy
Grab a quick bite at Flo's Café, located near Donald's Pool on Deck 11, on both the Disney Dream and the Disney Fantasy. Choose from a variety of healthy options and hearty fare across 3 unique stations themed after characters from the Disney•Pixar film Cars.

Goofy's Galley
Available Ships: Disney Magic, Disney Wonder
Goofy's Galley, a Quick Service restaurant located on Deck 9 on the Disney Magic and the Disney Wonder, is an outdoor eatery serving breakfast, lunch and evening snacks.

Pinocchio's Pizzeria

Available Ships: Disney Magic, Disney Wonder
Pinocchio's Pizzeria, a Quick Service restaurant located on Deck 9, Midship next to Goofy's Pool on the Disney Magic and the Disney Wonder, is an outdoor snack spot serving pizza throughout the day.

Pluto's Dog House

Available Ships: Disney Magic, Disney Wonder
Pluto's Dog House, a Quick Service restaurant located on Deck 9, Aft next to Mickey's Pool on the Disney Magic and the Disney Wonder, is a convenient snack bar that serves classic American fare like hamburgers and chicken for lunch and dinner.

Preludes

Available Ships: Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy
Preludes, a Quick Service restaurant located just outside the Walt Disney Theatre, is a snack stand on all the Disney ships serving beverages and snacks during live show performances and movies.

Room Service

Available Ships: Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy
Disney Cruise Line Room Service is available 24 hours a day for your convenience. Relax with a continental breakfast, grab a quick snack between meals or satisfy a late-night craving in the comfort of your room. Complimentary room service ensures that you can enjoy fresh, made-to-order dishes anytime, day or night.

ADULT EXCLUSIVE

Palo

Available Ships: Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy
Palo is an Adult Exclusive restaurant located on Deck 10, Aft aboard the Disney Magic and the Disney Wonder, and on Deck 12, Aft aboard the Disney Dream and the Disney Fantasy. The restaurant serves Northern Italian cuisine for dinner. Additionally, brunch is offered on select cruises.

Remy

Available Ships: Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy
Remy is an intimate Adult Exclusive restaurant located on Deck 12, Aft aboard the Disney Dream and the Disney Fantasy. Offering the most upscale dining experience available onboard, the restaurant serves the finest in French-inspired cuisine for dinner.

Onboard Dining Times
Breakfast and lunch are served in Parrot Cay and Lumiérés on the Disney Magic, Triton's and Parrot Cay on the Disney Wonder, and Royal Palace and Enchanted Garden on the Disney Dream. There are also buffets at Topsider Buffet on the Disney Magic and Beach Blanket Buffet on the Disney Wonder, as well as casual dining at Cabanas on the Disney Dream. Quick poolside meals are also available during breakfast and lunch. Check your Personal Navigator daily for specific hours of operation for all our great dining locations.

Each night, there is a Main Seating and a Second Seating for dinner.

On the Disney Wonder and the Disney Magic, the Main Seating is at approximately 6 p.m.; the Second seating is at approximately 8 p.m.

On the Disney Dream and the Disney Fantasy,the Main Seating is at approximately 6 p.m.; the Second seating is at approximately 8 p.m.

When you book your vacation, please request either the Main or Second Seating. If your seating preference is not available, an alternate seating will be assigned. Regretfully, requests for a specific dining time cannot be guaranteed. For your assigned time and restaurant rotation, please check your dining tickets located in your stateroom upon arrival. Remember, other dining options may include Pinocchio's Pizzeria, Pluto's Dog House, Topsider Buffet (Disney Magic), Beach Blanket Buffet (Disney Wonder) and Cabanas (Disney Dream). You can also enjoy the benefits of room service in your stateroom.

 

Fuel Surcharge Policy on Disney Cruises

Disney Cruise Line has eliminated its fuel surcharge. Clients who have already booked a cruise will be refunded their supplement based on the following guidelines: If the closing price on the NYMEX (New York Mercantile Exchange) of West Texas Intermediate fuel is below $70 a barrel two weeks prior to the beginning of the calendar quarter, the company will refund fuel surcharges paid in the form of an onboard credit. The quarter that the cruise falls in will be based solely on the sailing date. The entire cruise will be considered to be part of the quarter that the sailing date originates in. For the calendar of dates on which the price of West Texas Intermediate fuel will be measured and the quarters during which refunds could apply.

Tipping Policy on Disney Cruises

We'll make it easy. Of course, you should never feel that a reward is automatically expected from you. But it is customary to give gratuities in recognition of service, which you will most likely be treated to in abundance aboard the ship. As a guideline, may we suggest the following:

  Per guest/Per cruise

 

3-Night

4-Night

7-Night

10-Night

14-Night

Dining Room Server

$12

$16

$28

$40

$56

Dining Room Asst. Server

$9

$12

$21

$30

$42

Dining Room Head Server

$3

$4

$7

$10

$14

Stateroom Host/Hostess

$12

$16

$28

$40

$56

Dining Manager

Your Discretion

Room Service

Your Discretion

Total

$36

$48

$84

$120

$168

For your convenience, a 15% gratuity is automatically added to bar, beverage, wine and deck service tabs. All gratuities can be charged to your room charge.

Payments / Refunds on on Disney Cruises

Effective Sept.11, 2018, Disney Cruise Line is adjusting its Final payment and Cancellation Policy:

  • Final payment for all non-suite/non-concierge staterooms on Cruises 1-5 Nights will be due at 90 days prior to arrival and cancellation fees will begin at 89 days versus 74 days.
  • Final payment for all non-suite/non-concierge staterooms on Cruises 6 Nights or more will be due at 120 days prior to arrival and cancellation fees will begin at 119 days versus 89 days.
  • Specific final payment and cancellation policies have been eliminated for holiday sailings and sailings where the Embark and Debark is a non-U.S. port  

A deposit is required to confirm a reservation. Deposit amount will be determined at time of booking. Vacation and cruise packages are subject to cancellation if full deposit is not received in our office within the option period specified at time of booking. For reservations confirmed in U.S. dollars, final payment in the form of a check or credit card (Visa®, MasterCard®, American Express®, Discover® Card, Diners Club®, Japanese Credit Bureau or Disney Reward® Visa® Credit Card) must be received on the date determined at the time of booking. For reservations not confirmed in U.S. Dollars, acceptable forms of payment are Visa and MasterCard. Payment policy for group travel may vary. Failure to strictly comply with the deposit and final payment schedules, or any other applicable policies and procedures, will result in the automatic cancellation of pending reservations. 

Cancellations may be made by telephone or in writing. Changes to the vacation commencement date or changes of Guest names will be considered cancellations. For cancellations, amounts paid, minus cancellation fees and other amounts owed, will be promptly refunded. No refunds will be made in the event of interruption or cancellation by the Guest after vacation commencement date. All appropriate refunds will be made directly to the Guest's credit card account or through the Guest's Travel Agent if the reservation is made through a Travel Agent. 
Disney Cruise Line is not responsible for the receipt of refund monies by Guests from their Travel Agents. All travel documents including airline tickets must be returned before refund processing can begin. Certain Travel Agents may withhold an agency cancellation fee. Disney Cruise Line reserves the right to restrict any changes to a reservation. All changes are subject to availability. Please note that changes made to overall party size may result in a change to the rate. For your peace of mind, we recommend the purchase of the Disney Cruise LineVacation Protection Plan, which is administered by Aon Affinity and underwritten by Transamerica Casualty Insurance Company (www.disneycruise.com/VacationProtectionPlan). 

Premiums for the Disney Cruise Line Vacation Protection Plan must be paid by the final payment due date, and the Disney Cruise Line Vacation Protection Plan is not effective until final vacation payment is made.

Deposit

For all bookings which require a deposit, the amount due is 20% of the cruise fare (including the non-commissionable fare). This deposit policy applies to all stateroom Guests (including children under age 3).

The deposit requirement is for: All new Bookings, Bookings in which the sail date has changed, and Bookings that are reinstated.

Final Payment
To finalize your reservation, simply apply payment. Your full and final payment depends on the length of your cruise; the embark and debark port; if you are staying in a suite/concierge stateroom or a non-suite/non-concierge stateroom; and if you are sailing on a Holiday date:

Below is a review of the final payment due date and cancellation policy for all sailings and categories:

Cruises 1 to 5 Nights where embark or debark is a U.S. Port (Non Holiday Sailings)

Categories

Final Payment Due Date

Cancellation Fees

Non-Suites/Non-Concierge Staterooms

75 days prior to arrival

74-45 days - Deposit per Guest

44-30 days - 50% of vacation price

29-15 days - 75% of vacation price

14-0 days - 100% of vacation price

Holiday Sailings*: Cruises 1 to 5 Nights where embark or debark is a U.S. Port

Categories

Final Payment Due Date

Cancellation Fees

Non-Suites/Non-Concierge Staterooms

90 days prior to arrival

89-65 days - Deposit per Guest

64-43 days - 50% of vacation price

42-15 days - 75% of vacation price

14-0 days - 100% of vacation price

*Holiday Sailings are sailings that include Christmas Day, New Year's Day, Thanksgiving Day (U.S.) or July 4th.

Cruises 1 to 5 Nights where embark or debark is a U.S. Port

Categories

Final Payment Due Date

Cancellation Fees

Suites and Concierge Staterooms
Deposit is non-refundable

90 days prior to arrival

90 days+ - Deposit per Guest

89-56 days - 50% of vacation price

55-30 days - 75% of vacation price

29-0 days - 100% of vacation price

Cruises 6 to 9 Nights where embark or debark is a U.S. Port (Non Holiday Sailings)

Categories

Final Payment Due Date

Cancellation Fees

Non-Suites/Non-Concierge Staterooms

90 days prior to arrival

89-56 days - Deposit per Guest

55-30 days - 50% of vacation price

29-15 days - 75% of vacation price

14-0 days - 100% of vacation price

Holiday Sailings*: Cruises 6 to 9 Nights where embark or debark is a U.S. Port

Categories

Final Payment Due Date

Cancellation Fees

Non-Suites/Non-Concierge Staterooms

105 days prior to arrival

104-75 days - Deposit per Guest

74-43 days - 50% of vacation price

42-15 days - 75% of vacation price

14-0 days - 100% of vacation price

*Holiday Sailings are sailings that include Christmas Day, New Year's Day, Thanksgiving Day (U.S.) or July 4th.

Cruises 6 to 9 Nights where embark or debark is a U.S. Port

Categories

Final Payment Due Date

Cancellation Fees

Suites and Concierge Staterooms
Deposit is non-refundable

90 days prior to arrival

90 days+ - Deposit per Guest

89-56 days - 50% of vacation price

55-30 days - 75% of vacation price

29-0 days - 100% of vacation price

Cruises 10 Nights or More and Cruises Less than 10 Nights where Embark and Debark is non-U.S. Port

Categories

Final Payment Due Date

Cancellation Fees

Non-Suites/Non-Concierge Staterooms

120 days prior to arrival

119-56 days - Deposit per Guest

55-30 days - 50% of vacation price

29-15 days - 75% of vacation price

14-0 days - 100% of vacation price

Cruises 10 Nights or More and Cruises Less than 10 Nights where Embark and Debark is non-U.S. Port

Categories

Final Payment Due Date

Cancellation Fees

Suites and Concierge Staterooms
Deposit is non-refundable

150 days prior to arrival

90+ days - Deposit per Guest

89-56 days - 50% of vacation price

55-30 days - 75% of vacation price

29-0 days - 100% of vacation price

Categories with Restrictions: Reservations for Inside, Outside, or Verandah Categories with restrictions are non-refundable and non-transferable. 100% cruise cancellation fee applies from time of payment.

A deposit is required to confirm a reservation. Deposit amount will be determined at time of booking. Vacation and cruise packages are subject to cancellation if full deposit is not received in our office within the option period specified at time of booking. For reservations confirmed in U.S. dollars, final payment in the form of a check or credit card (Visa®, MasterCard®, American Express®, Discover® Card, Diners Club®, Japanese Credit Bureau or Disney's Visa® Credit Card) must be received on the date determined at the time of booking. For reservations not confirmed in U.S. Dollars, acceptable forms of payment are Visa® and MasterCard®. Payment policy for group travel may vary. Please contact your Travel Agent for complete details.

Failure to strictly comply with the deposit and final payment schedules, or any other applicable policies and procedures, will result in the automatic cancellation of pending reservations.


If at least one flight departs/arrives at an airport outside North America, the entire flight itinerary will follow the "Any Flights Outside North America" policy.

Smoking Policy on Disney Cruises

SMOKING/NONSMOKING POLICY For the comfort and enjoyment of our Guests, Disney Cruise Line ships have been primarily designated as non-smoking ships. However, it is recognized that some Guests smoke. To provide an onboard atmosphere that also satisfies smokers, portions of open-air decks on each ship are designated as smoking areas. Smoking is prohibited in Guest staterooms and private verandahs. Guests who are found smoking in their staterooms or on their verandahs will be charged $250, which will be added their folio. All Guests must observe the nonsmoking areas and refrain from smoking pipes and/or cigars in any of the public areas. These requests are to provide a comfortable shipboard living atmosphere for everyone.

Disney Cruises Customer Reviews

Ratings based off 279 reviews about Disney Cruises - currently showing 5 reviews with comments only
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Roger

We loved the Disney cruise. The concierge experience was absolutely perfect for the adults and the kids. We would do the Disney cruise experience again in a heartbeat.

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Steve

Pete was very professional and friendly to deal with

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Marlene

From the start of my booking for my trip with my travel agent, Jerry, I soon realized he was out to put together the best and most economical, but excellent, package deal for me and my family of 11. He was full of helpful suggestions about what we would need on our cruise and on excursions ashore. He was extremely patient with my changing itinerary to accommodate my wishes, considering the size of our group traveling together. He was truly professional, and a good-humoured, likeable person. I am happy to share that my family and I enjoyed all the arrangements---the cabins on the ship, the proximity of the rooms to one another; the hotel the night before the start of the cruise; and the transfers where needed. Our four-day family Disney Cruise turned out to be an extraordinary and joyful experience. I found Jerry to be a most experienced asset with the Affordable Tours team. I would definitely book another trip through them in the future and I will recommend them, especially Jerry, to other family and friends. Thank you Affordable Tours for helping to make my trip a memorable experience from start to finish! M. Haas

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Robert

While The Disney Wonder had a special section just for adults -- including a pool area -- the ship is really designed for families who take along their kids. From what we saw and heard, the Disney staff does an excellent job of keeping children -- from small kids up to and including teenagers -- entertained allowing the parents to have time alone aboard the ship. Getting back to the adult sections, it must be said that the ship does not have many bars and only one of these had a truly good bartender. Also, one can get tired of being inundated with Mikey and Minnie and other Disney characters on a 14-day cruise. One other thing I would like to mention is that the Disney Wonder is a beautiful ship with many beautiful areas aboard and the ship is the best maintained ship we have sailed on. (This was our first Disney cruise and our 32nd overall -- with Cunard, Regent Seven Seas, Holland America, Celebrity, Seabourn and others among the cruise lines we have traveled on)

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Kathleen

Kia at affordable tours is amazing. She's always so helpful and is wonderful to work with.


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