Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call LIVE! Guidebook

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Once you know when, how, and where you want to cruise, it’s time to make reservations. You can call the Disney Cruise Line directly, book online at DisneyCruise.com (all categories), or use a travel agent (see sidebar at bottom). Disney Vacation Club (DVC) members who want to cruise on points (see sidebar on page 62) should contact DVC Member Services.

Before you make your reservations, use the worksheet on page 65 to jot down your preferred sailing dates along with alternates. Even a small change in your travel dates can open the door to a great deal. Be familiar with all stateroom categories (see chapter 3 starting on page 125 ) in your price range, too.

To talk to Disney, call 800-951-3532, 8:00 am to 10:00 pm Eastern Time (weekdays) and 9:00 am to 8:00 pm ET (weekends). From outside the U.S., call +1-800-511-9444 or +1-407-566-6921. Representatives offer help in English, Spanish, Japanese, French, Portuguese, and German. Castaway Club members have a special phone number (see page 571). You can also reserve at http://www.disneycruise.com and at cruise-related sites—see below.

Call Disney Cruise Reservations as far in advance as possible. Ask for any special deals or packages for your dates—Disney generally doesn’t volunteer this information. If you have a Disney Visa or are a Disney Vacation Club member, Florida resident, or Department of Defense personnel, ask if there are current deals or perks. If your dates aren’t available, check alternates.

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