Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call LIVE! Guidebook

PassPorter's Disney Cruise Line LIVE! Guidebook
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Plotting Your Course

Plotting Your Course

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Every journey starts with the first step, and this vacation is no exception. That step, of course, is planning. Planning is the keel upon which the rest of your cruise is built. This chapter is filled with the principal planning steps you’ll need to take, plus a cargo of savvy advice and a chartroom filled with maps, charts, and worksheets to help keep you on course.

Some of you may be embarking on a cruise and/or leaving the United States for the very first time. While you may be visiting cozy, nearby ports, you’ll encounter some subtle and not-so-subtle differences between preparations for cruises and land journeys. Start your planning as far ahead as possible. Not only can you save some money, but you may need that head start to obtain the proper identity documents.

So just how do you plot the course that takes you from your front door to the gangway of your Disney cruise ship? In this chapter, we’ll chart the many steps in the journey, from selecting your cruise itinerary and sail dates to steering your way through tropical storm season. You’ll be able to sail through the turbulent waters of cruise rates and packages and safely reserve your stateroom.

Your ship’s captain will ably plot your course on the high seas, but you’ll need your own map and compass to get to Port Canaveral or other port of embarkation. We cover the many highways and byways that form your journey-before-the-journey, including fair lodgings at the port itself.

Finally, it’s Embarkation Day! We make sure you aren’t waylaid enroute to the cruise terminal, that your important identity papers are all in order, and that your trunks and sea bags are packed!
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