A Disney Cruise includes many things, making it a great vacation choice. However, below are 5 items to budget for on a Disney Cruise. What is the farthest you have traveled to a port?
Take into consideration how you will travel to the port and the costs associated.
- By Car – Budget for Gas, Food on the go and Tolls.
- By Plane – Budget for tickets, Food at the airport and baggage fees.
Set a budget aside for any shore Excursions you may want to enjoy. This includes Bike Rentals, Snorkeling, Fishing and more. Learn more about shore excursions offered on Castaway Cay.
Guests aged 21+ may bring their own alcohol on board (maximum of 2 unopened wine/champagne no larger than 750ml or 6 beers no larger than 12 ounce), prior to voyage at each port of call. Alcohol must be in carry-on luggage (not checked bags). However, Guests who choose to indulge the wine or champagne bottles at one of the dining rooms will be charge a $25 corking fee per bottle (even if opened yourself).
Tips are pre-determined at $12 per person per day (regardless of age of guest). The $12 per day is divided among 4 people that assist you. The Stateroom Host gets $4, the Server gets $4, the Assistant Server gets $3 and the Head Server gets $1. Read all 5 things you need to know about tipping on a Disney Cruise.
Disney Cruise lines have shops onboard, such as Mickey’s Mainsail (on board Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy, Disney Wonder and Disney Magic) where guests can purchase postcards, pins, apparel, plush and other Disney & Disney Cruise Line merchandise. Also, shopping is available at ports.
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