Disney Ship Tour?

Where going on a Disney Cruise.

Anyone had any luck getting tours of the more functional areas of the ship?

I hear there's some anchor to be seen, but I'm hoping for more.

4 Answers

Neighbors went on Disney with their kids...think it was their second or third cruise and I remember him mentioning there was no ship tour. Don't remember the name of the ship..If that's true, then they're probably one of the few lines that don't have one. We used to do it, on almost every ship we've been on, unless we cruise on em more than once,,,even tho it actually cost $$, and space was limited......now its free, so we don't bother ...makes perfect sense eh.?.. back of the house stuff always interested me...used to be you could see the bridge, if the ships layout permitted it...kitchen prep areas...never saw so much stainless in my life...back of the stage, and so on...no engine room, guess they were afraid I'd apply for a job and then....either way, no harm in calling and asking DISNEY...

So I talked to them last night.

Unfortunately, there is no tour available.

It's probably for the best. My wife doesn't want me joining the circus.

When i got out of the Army, I thought of joining the Merchant Marine...I wanted to cruise..so now I do...except instead of them paying me, I pay them!!! enjoy!!!

I worked tow boats on the Mississippi and the intracoastal waterways of texas.

I wouldn't count time in the Naval Reserve because that ended up being classroom time one weekend a month. We'll just call that ROTC for pay.

*Cruiseline.com is not a booking agent or travel agency, and does not charge any service fees to users of our site. Our partners (travel agencies and cruise lines) provide prices, which we list for our users' convenience. Cruiseline.com does not guarantee any specific rates or prices. While prices are updated daily, please check with the booking site for the exact amount. Cruiseline.com is not responsible for content on external web sites.