• On Jul 11, 2016
    Diana from ON Asked

    I have a b2b booked on Dream this December. For the early re-boarding of the second leg, what exactly are open? (Pool/waterslide? Any restaurants? Room Service?) Trying to decide what to do if we get back to the ship early. Thanks!

    Ahoy Diana –

    Welcome back aboard to the Disney Parks Moms Panel! For those new to the term, a B2B refers to a “Back-to-Back” cruise where a guest enjoys a Disney Cruise, and then steps off the ship to check-in for a second cruise starting that same day. I am excited to hear about your plans for December and learning more about B2B since I will enjoy my first one in November! I called my friends at Disney Cruise Line to find out if they had any posted schedules of what would be open during the early re-boarding period, and they were not able to give me a specific schedule. On the morning of debarkation, most things will be closed to accommodate the massive amount of cleaning that takes place prior to the next cruise.  The pools are roped off for treatment, many restaurants will be closed and dining may be limited.  If you are not changing staterooms, then your stateroom will be available to you after you return (I suggest stocking your fridge with a snack the day before). Lunches are usually open around noon. Information regarding debarkation and embarkation will be left in your stateroom the night prior to give you specific details. Diana, I hope you have a DREAMy December B2B and thanks for sharing your plans with us!

    Brandy
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