PassPorter’s Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call: A Review

By Amy

I have something to admit. have been carrying around PassPorter’s Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call for two weeks. Kids getting a haircut…I’m reading the book. Kids at piano lessons… I’m reading the book. Kids doing homework… You get the idea. This Disney Cruise Line guidebook is simply amazing. My family is going on our first Disney Cruise this spring and I have about 1000 questions about planning, packing, check-in, onboard activities and really anything cruise related. PassPorters has answered all of my questions and more!

Let’s run through what is covered in this massive book by section. (I love that each section is color coded making it easy to jump to any specific section.)

Introduction – The introduction discusses basics about the Disney Cruise Line and cruising itself. It offers some nice tips for first timers (Thanks for the reassurance that MANY people on board are “in the same boat”) about what is included and what to expect on board.

Reservations– PassPorters helps you “plot your course” with details about different cruises often heard, weather, rates and how to make cruise reservations. They discuss in detail on how to get to each port and how check in …read more

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