A Disney Cruise is definitely not a cheap vacation, so I’m sure you’re wondering what is included with your fare, and what you’ll need to pay extra for.
While it is true that once you get on board it’s possible not to spend another dime (besides gratuities), there are a few extras that you may want to budget for.
Let’s start by talking about all of the things that ARE included with your cruise fare:
Food & Drinks
All of your meals and snacks in the main dining rooms as well as at the buffet and the quick-service spots up on deck are all included. If your cruise will be making a stop at Castaway Cay, the BBQ buffet lunch there is included too.
Also, many of the items from room service are included. However, there are a few specialty items on the menu (such as pre-packaged food and bottled water) that carry an additional cost, and will be marked as such.
Soft drinks, coffee, tap water, hot/iced tea, milk and juices are unlimited and free at meals. You’ll also find a few drink stations on the pool deck.
There is plenty to keep you busy:
– Broadway-style musical performances almost nightly
– Movie theatre with first-run and 3D movie showings
– Non-stop family activities such as trivia, live musicians and entertainers, poolside movies, animation workshops and more
– Deck parties
– Fireworks at sea
Pools, Sports & Fitness:
Kids Clubs (ages 3 and up):
Children 3-12 can enjoy play areas, activities and character experiences in both the Oceaneer Club and Oceaneer Lab.
Character Meet & Greets:
As you can see there are a BOAT-load (pun intended) of activities and fun included with your cruise fare.