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  • On May 9, 2016
    Tiffany from CA Asked

    We are heading to Alaska in June on the Disney Wonder. We have never been on a cruise and will be taking our kids, just turned 4 & 2. I'm nervous about the sleeping set up. Are the cribs full size or pack n play (which is too small)?

    Ahoy Tiffany –
    Congratulations on your first cruise! Your trip to Alaska is coming up so very soon that I bet you are counting down the days! The Wonder is a beautiful vessel with thoughtfully designed décor, fabulous dining options and amazing cast members there to help you have an unforgettable journey. The sleeping set-up for most staterooms includes a queen-sized bed that is very comfortable along with a convertible sofa twin and an upper twin berth (bunk bed). Cribs are available upon request and they are pack-n-play units (not full sized cribs). If you feel the crib is too small for your toddler, then the sofa twin bed is the best choice. Your Stateroom Host will be happy to bring bedrails for the bed so that your young pirate won’t roll out. The upper bunk already has a bed rail. When my son was 2, he still fit in the pack-n-play, and later on, he transitioned to bedrails without any problems. If you are staying in a suite your furniture layout will be different, so please come back if you need additional help. Tiffany, thanks for visiting with us at the Disney Parks Moms Panel!
    Brandy
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