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  • On Feb 26, 2011
    Charles from CT Asked

    How does the debarcation process work if you have your own car?

    Hi, Charles!

    Disembarkation works really the same for all guests. On the last night of your cruise, your stateroom host/hostess will provide you a U.S. Customs Declaration Form to submit to U.S. Customs -- one representative per family.  Plus, s/he will give you luggage tags to place on your individual pieces and instructions on when you must have your luggage outside your stateroom door.  Also with your disembarkation instructions are where/when you can dine for breakfast the next morning before leaving the ship.  Most of the time, you can eat a sit-down breakfast in the dining room where your dinner was scheduled the night before. Or, you can grab a quick bite at one of the quick-service restaurants, too.  Room service is not available the morning of departure.

    Once you leave the ship (which is usually required before 9 a.m.), you will claim your luggage at the port terminal.  (Remember to look for your color and Disney character from the tags you were provided.) You'll proceed through US Customs and then, you find your way out of the terminal and to the parking area. I hope that helps you plan.

    Have a wonderful day and a magical vacation! Bon voyage!

    Andi
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