Captain Mickey with Mom and son
  • On Nov 2, 2018
    Donna from PA Asked

    I found a cruise for Oct.2019 out of New York with a starting rate of $3600 for 2 adults. Our potential trip would be an adult and a child or an adult and children plural....what is the price for a "child"?

    Hi Donna,

    Thanks for sailing by!  I am a native New Yorker and having the opportunity to sail out of New York harbor and see Lady Liberty from the deck of a Disney Cruise Line ship is on my bucket list!  Pricing on a Disney Cruise Line vacation is based on how many guests are in a stateroom.  All sailings are priced for two guests.  If one guest travels solo, therefore, the price will be largely the same as if there were two passengers in that room.  Similarly, if you have one adult and one child (below the age of 12), you will be charged for two adults.  Once you have two passengers, the third and fourth guests are charged a reduced fare.  I travel with my two sons most of the time.  When they were younger, I paid for two adults, and then my youngest son was charged a reduced fare.  

    When you book online, you will be asked to enter the ages of all of the kids in your party.  You will then be able to see the exact fare(s) for all traveling in the one stateroom.

    I hope this helps!


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I am Tanya from FL, mom to two teen boys who keep me on the go. I have an array of planning tips and believe I offer a unique perspective on how to make Disney an amazing adventure for individuals with a variety of needs and abilities. Learn More About Tanya

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