Mom And Daughter Hammock
  • On May 9, 2013
    Monique from VA Asked

    hi again, I booked a concierge a room 4 myself my son and grsn, but I booked a family suite for my mom and daugther, can I book all of our port adv under me? Since I get to book earlier than them,also can we all board the ship at the same time to check-in.

    Welcome back, Monique!

    I wasn't quite sure, so I checked in with Disney Cruise Line about your question and found out that though they did not used to allow this, now you may be able to book your adventures together. If you have booked both your concierge stateroom and the other stateroom together, you are all in the same party. When you'd like to book your Port Adventures, give the Concierge Team a call and they can assist you with booking the adventures for the guests in your stateroom and up to five other staterooms that are booked together with your reservation.

    You will not be able to book your Port Adventures this way by doing it on your own, so do give the Concierge Team a call to assist you with this and they should be able to give you any further details at that point as well.

    When it's time to board the ship, those guests in your concierge stateroom will be able to board with that earlier boarding time. The other guests in your party will need to wait until their boarding number is called. In the past this had been different, but currently this is what Disney Cruise Line is doing at the port. Of course, you are free to wait in the port terminal with them until their number is called if you'd prefer to board together.

    I hope that helps as you plan, Monique. Have fun checking out all the exciting Port Adventures that Disney Cruise Line has to offer!
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Meet the Panelist: Marcy, Ohio

Welcome aboard! I'm the mom of two little Castaway Clubbers who would live on any of the Disney ships if they could. I would love to help your family discover the magic that awaits you on the open seas with Disney Cruise Line. Learn More About Marcy

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