Disney Cruise Line Tips – Planning the Post Cruise
One of our Disney Cruise Line Tips is when you’re planning your Cruise adventures you plan not just the cruise, but how you get to it as well as how you get home. In planning your post cruise, you have the same options as in the pre cruise. You can go to the Disney World parks or you can stay at a Disney property afterwards. You can go home the next day or you can spend some time at Disney World or Disneyland. As relaxing as a cruise is, you should consider either, and what would be to your tastes. One of many of my Disney Cruise Line Tips would be to do a cruise after a park stay. That way you have the relaxation after the parks.
When your ship docks it will either be early morning or sometime during the night. The night before your departure you will get your bags ready (**Disney Cruise Line Tips – make sure you have your daily essentials, as you wont see your bags till the next morning) and sit them outside your door. You will also receive a customs slip so you can declare anything purchased. (**Disney Cruise Line Tips – Make sure you keep a list of everything you purchased during the trip to make this easier.) Disney employees will then deliver the bags to the customs area. Once you wake up you will do breakfast at either the counter service restaurant on the top deck or the last restaurant you dined in for your nightly rotation. Once done, you will exit the ship for the last time.
Once you exit you will go into a warehouse filled with all the baggage from the ship and you will need to find your bags. **Disney Cruise Line Tips – Make sure you mark your bags so they are easy to identify. Once you have them, you will proceed to customs. Once done, you will exit to your car or to the buses.
Hopefully these Disney Cruise Line Tips will help you in planning your cruise.
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