Disney Cruise Price – How Much Do You Get?
When looking into taking a cruise for the first time you will get sticker shock, especially when you consider the Disney Cruise price. The price of the cruise will seem very high, but you need to consider what all is included in that Disney Cruise price. When you go to Disney World you will pay for park tickets(which includes shows and rides), hotel, and food. On a cruise, most of the same things you would pay for are comparable to a cruise.
Disney Cruise price – What is included?
1. Disney Dining – meals in the adult only restaurants, Palo and Remy are not included in the Disney Cruise price. Neither is any alcohol. Soda is free at meals as well as from the beverage station, not from room service. Coffee is free, even from room service. Nothing is free on the excursions off ship, except for a lunch with drink on Castaway Cay. Tip: If you like the chocolate covered Mickey shaped ice cream pops from the parks, they are available from room service.
2. Most of the entertainment and activities are included in the Disney Cruise price- live stage shows and first run Disney movies are free, but the refreshments at the theaters are not. There are also Character greetings and trivia games. Some of the extra experiences onboard that you can purchase are tours, seminars, bingo, and spa treatments.
3. Most of the recreational activities – there are water slides in the family area, as well as pools and hot tubs in both the family area and the adult only area. For those who want the exercise, there is a jogging track, fitness center, and Wide World of Sports deck, just to mention a few options. The sports deck also has mini-golf. All included in the Disney Cruise price.
4. Most of the kids’ programs – the Oceaneer Club/Lab is free for kids 3+ who are potty trained and is open from 9am to 12 or 1 am, they also offer childcare on Castaway Cay (but no other off board childcare). Childcare for younger children is an additional fee on the Disney Cruise price.
5. Transportation to each of the ports of call and the port charges.
While there is always a good amount not included in the Disney Cruise price, a Disney Cruise is very comparable to going to the parks. The biggest difference is a cruise is more laid back, and you can see more of the world.
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Authors Jennifer and Dave Marx, who are also authors of the best-selling, award-winning PassPorter's Walt Disney World and PassPorter's Disneyland and Southern California Attractions, originally intended to produce a short supplement for Disney World-bound readers going on a Disney cruise. As they got deeper into the project the manuscript grew and grewso many useful tips and details were discovered, and readers continued to ask questions they wanted answered in the book. The 2011 edition of the guidebook offers an unprecedented level of detail in a travel guidebook, including in-depth coverage of the line’s brand-new cruise ship, the Disney Dream, and its new permanent West Coast presence in the Mexican Riviera and Alaska. No detail is too smallfrom dining room menus to detailed deck plans, daily activities to shore excursions and extensive port-of-call coverageit’s all included. The in-depth information is accompanied by over 90 original photographs and more than 20 maps, chart, and worksheets. The guide has everything first-time and veteran cruisers need to know about booking and enjoying a cruise with Mickey... and maybe a little extra, too!
PassPorter’s Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call 2011 comes in two formats: paperback ($19.95, ISBN: 978-1-58771-097-1) and deluxe ($45.95, ISBN: 978-1-58771-098-8). The deluxe edition is looseleaf, with a deluxe padded ring binder and 14 innovative organizer pockets, like those in PassPorter's Walt Disney World guidebook. The pockets allow readers to write their vacation itineraries on the front of each pocket before they go, store their cruise documents, birth certificates, and passports to have on hand when they arrive, keep maps, brochures, passes, and receipts inside the pocket while they’re there, and record their memories and expenses on the back to review when they return home! Printed front-and-back with fill-in-the-blank sections for itineraries, To-Do lists, notes, expenses, meals, photos taken, and cherished memories, PassPockets make organized travel a snap!
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