Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call LIVE! Guidebook

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Check-In and Embarkation at Port Canaveral

Check-In and Embarkation at Port Canaveral

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Be sure to complete Online Check In ahead of time at http://www.disneycruise.com, where you can enter important information for your party and choose a port arrival time. Each arrival time has a limited number of spaces, so you should check in online as soon as possible in order to have the largest selection. Note that Concierge and Platinum Castaway Club members do not need to worry about arrival times—they may arrive at any time. Additionally, if you purchased Disney air or ground transportation, you may not have to select an arrival time (one may be chosen for you automatically). You get advance access to Online Check-In up to 75 days before departure (first-time cruisers), 90 days (Silver Castaway Club members), 105 days (Gold Castaway Club members), or 120 days (Platinum Castaway Club members and Concierge guests).

If you can’t get online, be sure to fill out the cruise forms before arrival, which you can find in your Travel Booklet (which comes in your cruise document package—see page 64). Note that immigration forms may not be included in your cruise documents—you can complete those online.

When you arrive at the Port Canaveral cruise terminal, have your cruise travel booklets and passports (see page 66) handy; be sure to bring original or official documents. A cast member may first check to ensure your cruise documents are together. You then proceed to the check-in counters (28 in total) which are lined up along the left-hand side. If you are a member of the Castaway Club (see page 571) or a Concierge guest, you may be directed to special counters. A separate area at the far end of the terminal is a special check-in area for Concierge and Castaway Club Platinum members, as well as the Concierge Lounge.

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Top Photo Slice: The Disney Dream pulls out of her berth in Port Canaveral. (℗ 49099) Photo contributed by © Dave Marx



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