Off board excursions
  • On Sep 24, 2016
    Elizabeth from TX Asked

    I am looking at DCL for our upcoming holiday trip. We have three children, the youngest will be 3.5 months at the time we are looking to travel. Is that age able to cruise? Thanks.

    Ahoy Elizabeth –

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel! Disney Cruise Line has amazing holiday parties planned for families with the Very Merrytime Cruises leaving in November and December. I am excited that you are looking into planning a special cruise with your family for the Holidays, but unfortunately, your baby pirate will be too young to sail at 3 ½ months of age. The youngest sailors on the ships have to be at least 6 months old for most cruises, and for Transatlantic, Panama Canal and Hawaiian cruises, pirate sea cubs must be at least 1-year-old in order to sail. I suggest waiting until March or April (like Spring Break or so) in order to enjoy a Disney Cruise with your entire family. If you are planning a Texas cruise, you will need to wait until next Fall for the Disney Wonder to come back. Elizabeth, thanks for visiting with us here at the Panel, and we hope to “see ya real soon” on a Disney cruise ship!


    Brandy
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Meet the Panelist: Brandy, Texas

Are you feeling stressed and need to unwind?  If you are looking for a way to reconnect with your family and relax, then I have a prescription to get you back on track! I am a family practice doctor, a wife, and a mother of two and I have found that Disney Cruise Line gives me the way to do all of those things. I love to experience the joy of every Disney vacation, and sharing the Disney fun with my friends makes the experience complete.

 


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