Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call LIVE! Guidebook

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Check-In and Embarkation at the Port of San Diego

Check-In and Embarkation at the Port of San Diego

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The Port of San Diego has two cruise piers, the main B Street Pier Cruise Terminal between Ash St. and Broadway, and the adjacent Broadway Pier. We expect the Disney Wonder will berth at B Street Pier. While the facilities can’t be Disney-specific, the procedures are consistent with the cruise line’s familiar approach. Be sure to review our in-depth coverage of Port Canaveral procedures on page 86.

The check-in/embarkation procedure is remarkably smooth, especially if you fill out the cruise forms before arrival, which you can do online. Forms also come with your cruise document package (see page 64).

When you arrive, a crew member may first check to ensure your cruise documents are together. You then proceed to the check-in counters. Check-in generally begins around 10:30 am or 11:00 am. If you are a member of the Castaway Club (see page 571) or staying in a suite, you may be directed to special counters.

Have your cruise travel booklets and passports (see page 66) handy. Be sure to bring original or official documents. Immigration forms may not be included in your cruise documents, but you can complete those online.

Check-in takes about 10 minutes (you may spend more time in line). Once your forms are filed, you’ll each get a Key to the World card, which is your ID, charge card, and room key for the duration of the cruise (see page 86). Keep this card with you at all times.

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