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While we can’t give you exact prices, we can give you rate ranges for various itineraries and stateroom categories. The rates below are based on our own research of 2017 rates—we feel these are realistic numbers, but we can virtually guarantee that you’ll get different rates when you do your own research. Use these as guidelines only. Actual rates are based on demand and fluctuate during the year. To get actual rate quotes, call the Disney Cruise Line, visit http://www.disneycruise.com, or talk to your travel agent. The rates below are for two adult fares with taxes and early booking savings, but do not include air, insurance, or ground transfers.
Typical Cruise Rate Ranges (for two adults in one stateroom)
✔ Each stateroom booked must include at least one adult, and no more than 3–5 total guests may occupy a stateroom, depending on occupancy limits. If your party size is greater than five, you’ll need to book a category R or S suite on the Magic or Wonder, or more than one stateroom. Most staterooms and suites on the Dream and Fantasy have connecting doors.
✔ Staterooms with just one adult and one child are charged the price of two adults.
✔ Guests cruising alone (one adult in a room) are charged roughly 87% of the above rates.
✔ Wondering about categories R, S, T, and V? See page 132.
✔ Note: Women who are past or will enter their 24th week of pregnancy at any point in the cruise and infants under 12 weeks cannot sail with the Disney Cruise Line.
✔ As of January 1, 2015, the minimum age to sail increased from 12 weeks to 6 months of age on most itineraries. The minimum age for Transatlantic, Hawai’i and Panama Canal itineraries increased to 1 year of age. This change is consistent with the age restrictions of others in the cruise industry.
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