Three Generations Aboard Ship
  • On Oct 29, 2012
    Denise from FL Asked

    We have family driving in from different areas of Florida for our cruise. Do parties assigned to the same stateroom have to board the ship together if they are adults? We are trying to coordinate our arrival times but you never know.

    Ahoy Denise!

    You're in for so much fun!  While I do suggest that you all check in for the cruise at the same time, it is not required.  If you are trying to coordinate arrival times you can wait in the very comfortable Disney Cruise Line terminal for the rest of your party.  Typically, guests can begin to board the ship around noon.  Of course, that time depends on when US Customs has cleared the ship, and declared it ready to set sail.

    I hope this helps.  Please let me know if there is anything else that I can answer for you.  Thanks for visiting the Moms Panel.  Have a magical sailing!
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Magic Kingdom still takes my breath away, but my favorite place to be is on a Disney ship looking at the horizon and breathing in that crisp, clean ocean air!  I love planning Disney vacations for others and making sure it's more than they dreamed. Learn More About Marisol

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