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  • On Dec 29, 2015
    Anne from ON Asked

    Does the cruise line send you anything just before the cruise?

    Hi again, Anne!

    It sounds like you're getting your ducks in a row for your upcoming cruise - Donald and Daisy would be so proud!

    About two to three weeks before your sail date, you should receive a packet in the mail from Disney Cruise Line (This packet may be mailed to your travel agent if one was used to help plan your vacation). In your packet, you'll find a booklet containing your cruise documents, with all the forms you'll need to sign and present at check-in. You'll also get luggage tags for your bags, labeled with your stateroom number.

    If you've finished your Online Check-In, most of your cruise documents will be completed already. You'll simply need to print and sign your Online Cruise Contract to bring with you to the port when you check in. You'll also need a signed Payment Authorization Form to set up your Key to the World Cards and stateroom account. With those forms in hand, as well as your passport/photo I.D., you'll be ready for smooth sailing at the check-in counter at the port!

    Thanks again for visiting the Disney Parks Moms Panel with your questions. We're happy to help you plan the most magical vacation possible! - Diane W.
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Meet the Panelist: Diane, Alabama

"Dream It! Plan It! Do It!" – that's my motto! If you've always dreamed of a magical visit to Walt Disney World Resort, or sailing away with Captain Mickey on a Disney Cruise, I'd love to help you plan and make the most of your vacation. My favorite getaway is a Land and Sea adventure - from Cinderella Castle to sand castles! Learn More About Diane

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