401 Disney Dream Tips


Dec 21, 2021

Make sure you have someone who can take pictures with your phone because the photographers on board will no longer do it for you.

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Dec 16, 2021

Improve communicating with passengers with clarity in terms of activities. My 8 year old son was NOT vaccinated and Disney implemented a policy of restricting unvaccinated passengers to unload the ship. The Bahamian authorities allow underage ship cruise passengers to unload the ship as long as they provide a negative PCR test proof done 3 days before the arrival date at Bahamas. Eventhough we had complied with local Bahamian authorities and were cleared to enter the port, the Disney authorities didnt allow our kid to unload the ship. This unilateral Disney policy should be clearly stated before purchasing the trip, as we would have purchase the cruise if this information was clearly stated. Very dissappointing.

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Oct 16, 2021

If you have been on a Disney cruise before this little nasty covid-19 virus decided to mess up the whole world then its going to be a different cruise. If you look at it that Disney is doing this for the guest safety and are used to mask and distancing from other people you'll be fine.

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Oct 05, 2021

Join Facebook groups for your sail date. We were very disappointed in communication about our trip. They have a Pirate night we wouldnot have known about except for Facebook. Be very familiar with the app, its all you have.

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Sep 11, 2021

You Absolutely Need the Disney Navigator App for Future Voyages. Everything is Run through it Basically. Call Guest Services to find out for Sure What Day will be What (Halloween-Pirate Night You can tell by the Pirate Menu. Halloween really didn't have anything specifically for it)

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Sep 06, 2021

Get a vaccine. It was easier for me to go through screening and embarkation if you have it. Attend the live shows. Dress up for fine dining experience.

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Jan 29, 2021

Don't rely on the chat feature on the phone, I got "lost" by husband and was in the Spa and they couldn't track me to the Spa!

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Jul 19, 2020

Plan time to walk.. this is a large ship and can be crowded in popular area. Allow for time to travel to your activities.

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Apr 01, 2020

The doors are magnetic!!!! I ordered some Disney magnets ahead of time and brought them in my backpack. While I was waiting for my luggage to be delivered I threw my magnets up. Seasoned Disney travelers do this, so if you like decorating, bring some with you and join the fun. Magnets only. They will take anything else taped up down. Also bring a backpack with whatever you need to get you through a few hours (arrive wearing a swimsuit) so you can jump into the pools right away without wasting time waiting for your luggage. If you want them to take your luggage off the ship for you, make sure you set aside some clothes the night before to wear getting off the ship the next day or you'll be walking off the ship in your pajamas.

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Mar 11, 2020

Take advantage of making reservations to meet the Princess’ My granddaughter got to see all four of them and the ones from Frozen with out having to stand in line. Use the Disney cruise app to keep track of everything you need to know. The best part is you can text people on broad in case you need to contact them.

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Mar 07, 2020

Starboard side if the Dream Class ships has the best port views. The Rainforest Room within the spa is a nice getaway from the crowds and noise. Watch out for the spa treatment up sells and ALWAYS confirm the price prior to your treatments. An 18% gratuity is added to 99% of onboard purchases.

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Mar 05, 2020

Excursions at Nassau can be expensive. It might be better to stay on the ship sometimes. You will never have enough time to enjoy it all.

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