Since the maiden voyage of the Disney Magic in 1998, Disney Cruise Line has become a global leader in the cruise industry, providing families with a complete Disney experience on the high seas. With three more ships joining the fleet -- the Disney Wonder, the Disney Dream and, most recently, the Disney Fantasy -- guests can now sail from ports around the world to the Caribbean, Bahamas, Hawaii, Alaska and the Mexican Riviera. Walt Disney Imagineers continuously are delivering creativity and innovation to Disney Cruise Line guests, resulting in unique water coasters, exciting entertainment offerings... and even magical portholes that bring cherished characters up close. And a favorite stop for all Bahamain and Caribbean itineraries is Castaway Cay, a private island that offers powdery sand beaches and swaying palm trees only to Disney Cruise Line guests.
With a vast array of clubs, lounges and programs designed to keep your child amused onboard, Disney is the undisputed leader in children's cruise entertainment. The cruise line offers activities catered to 5 different age groups from 3 to 17 years old.
Flounder’s Reef Nursery: ages 3 months to 3 years
Oceaneer Club and Oceaneer Lab: for 3 to 12 year olds
Edge: ages 11 to 14
Vibe: ages 14 to 17
Guests under the age of 21 are not permitted to consume liquor on the ship. Guests ages 21 years and older may bring alcohol onboard, however, there are guidelines.
Disney Cruise Line reserves the right to refuse sale and/or service to anyone. Disney reserves the right to remove fragile items from checked luggage which will be stored and returned at the end of the voyage. All fragile items must be transported in your carry-on.
Gratuities are at your discretion, however, Disney offers the following guideline which works out to be $12 per day per guest on a 7-night Alaska cruise.
For each guest:
Bar, beverage, wine and deck services tabs have an automatic 15% gratuity fee. The suggested amounts are added to your onboard account for your convenience.
The dinnertime dress code for most evenings on your 7-night Alaska cruise with Disney is cruise casual, which means no swimwear or tank tops. There’s one themed night when there is a themed deck party. There’s also one formal night and one semi-formal night, at which time you are requested to dress up and take advantage of onboard photography services. Disney recommends dress pants with a jacket or a suit for men and dress or pantsuit for women.
The dress code at Palo is semi-formal. The dress code at Remy is formal.
Women who have entered their 24th week of pregnancy as of their embarkation date, or who will enter their 24th week of pregnancy during their cruise will be refused passage due to safety concerns. Neither a physician’s medical statement nor a waiver of liability will be accepted. Minimum age for infants is 6 months on most itineraries. The minimum age for Transatlantic, Hawaii and Panama Canal itineraries is 1 year.