Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call LIVE! Guidebook

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First Day Tips

First Day Tips

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Having a plan is the key to staying on course and feeling good. Here are a few helpful tips for your first day:

Check and double-check your Personal Navigator as soon as you get it (either at check-in or when you visit your stateroom). Places and times often change, and new activities and opportunities may be available.

Don’t forget to eat! It can be hard to sit down together for one big family meal on your first afternoon. It’s okay to split up and/or get nibbles and bites here and there.

Reading the first day Navigator during
the Oceaneer Lab open house

Of course, you can always kick back and do nothing on your first day but eat, drink, be merry, and attend the safety drill—that's a major benefit of pre-booking reservations at the cruise line web site! Or you can try to get those Palo, Remy, excursion, and spa reservations later—you may get lucky with cancelations. If someone in your family just wants to relax once they’re onboard, arrange to go your separate ways on this first afternoon—you’ll all be much happier.

Want to see the nursery, kids, tweens, and teens clubs? Today’s Open House is your chance!

Lucky guests with concierge service will be directed to the concierge lounge, where they can relax, and meet with the staff to make reservations.

Be flexible. Make a plan, but then be willing to change it when needed.

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Top Photo Slice: Gathering for a safety drill (℗ 34682) Photo contributed by © Jennifer Marx



Comments:

  • Micknmin44 on 05/28/2017 at 3:03:57 pm EDT says:

    RE: Photo Slice for First Day Tips

    We highly recommend you keep highlighters handy (a different color for each person) to mark appealing activities.



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