My hope is that this blog post can be a great resource to anyone looking to see what all is included in a Disney Cruise. I have included Personal Navigators, Port Adventure Guides, Disembarkation Policy, recipes, as well as other files that can help you understand more about your Disney Cruise Line vacation.
The first section includes PDF files of the Personal Navigators from our voyages. Fortunately, I kept all of them, except for one from our first voyage that I cut apart and used it in a scrapbook. To upload the file, just click on the link. Just remember, these are specific to our sailings.
Personal Navigators- Files from Our Voyages
Kids Menus- Disney Fantasy
Other menus are embedded in the Personal Navigator PDF file attachments from above.
Port Adventures Files
I also have included the Port Adventure Guides from the ports of call we visited. These guides show the excursions offered, pricing, and any safety requirements, such as age, height, and physical activity. Click on the file to upload it. Again, these are specific to our sailing. You can read all about our port adventures in this blog post.
If you are looking to book another cruise on Disney Cruise Line, the best time to do so is while you are on the ship! There are many perks to booking while you are onboard. Open the file below to see how you can save on your next Disney Cruise. The best part is that your travel agent will get the booking, if you decide you want to keep him/her.
Back-to-Back Letter from DCL
One of my favorite types of cruises is back-to-back cruises. This is when you disembark the ship, go through customs, then get right back on the ship once it’s cleared. It’s like getting an extra day to explore the ship. Even though you are in port, there is so much you can do during that time. A lot of areas are closed off, but you can walk around and see areas you haven’t explored yet. If you are staying in the same cabin, you can go back and rest. Best part of keeping your same cabin…you don’t have to check your luggage. It just stays put. Unfortunately, we have not been able to keep our cabin, so we had to check our luggage, go through customs, and wait until luggage was delivered to other guests.
I have included a letter from Disney Cruise Line explaining the disembarkation and re-embarkation process for back-to-back cruises. Click the file below to read about it.
Towelgami Instruction Files
Everyone enjoys going to their staterooms at night and seeing what type of creation has been made from their towels and blankets. More than likely, your stateroom host or hostess is talented in towelgami art, which is the art of towel folding. Thankfully, you too, can become a master towel-folder. Not only does Disney Cruise Line offer workshops during your cruise, but if you know where to look (hint hint, look below), you can get a hold of PDF’s with step-by-step instructions.
Make Disney Cruise Line Dioramas out of Paper
When you walk into my scrapbook room, one thing you will notice is the Disney ship made from paper. Yep! I was able to follow the instructions from the files below to create a great diorama of Castaway Cay with a Disney ship at the pier. Download the files below and show off your creative skills!
You can also create a Castaway Cay Goofy and a Captain Mickey.
Recipes from Disney Cruise Line you can Make at Home
I really hope you found these files helpful and informative! If you have other files I can add, please email them to me at email@example.com.
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