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    DCL, Cunard, Carnival
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  1. I know I'm a day late, but for future reference, try https://www.portnywebcam.com/
  2. You might also try asking this question in the port of call section. Not sure if the excursion is exclusive to DCL.
  3. Not sure my opinion counts, since we used them 16 years ago, but was very happy with their stingray tour. Very convenient to where the tender leaves you off.
  4. I sort of knew the answer was yes, but I went and found out for certain on the DIsney Cruise LIne site: Q. What services are available for Guests with a hearing loss? A. Disney Cruise Line has a number of services to help Guests with hearing loss, including captioned television and movies, assistive listening systems, room communication kits, stateroom TTYs and shared American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation services for U.S.-based and select European cruises. For more information about ASL interpretation requests, please review our Services for Guests with Disabilities. Guests with a hearing loss are requested to contact Disney Cruise Line Special Services as soon as possible or at least 60 days prior to U.S.-based sail dates, so we can assist you with any special arrangements. Disney Cruise Line Special Services Phone: (407) 566-3602 Fax: (407) 566-3760 TTY: (407) 566-7455 Email: SpecialServices@disneycruise.com Disney Cruise Line Special Services P.O. Box 10210 Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830-0210 Guests under age 18 must have parent or guardian permission to call.
  5. Oh, it happens. Even on Disney. While in 17 cruises, we've never had a bad server, we've heard enough stories. thankfully, it's the exception, not the rule. But Disney is like any other company. Once in a while a server under performs, but they are very good at rectifying the situation.
  6. We've sailed DCL 17 times, four with kids, although the last two were when they were all adults. So that should answer your question right there. Having said that, there are itineraries that we want to do, that I may look outside of DCL for, since they are slowly pricing themselves out of the market for us. I would stick with DCL on cruises where there are a number of sea days, but for port intensive itineraries, probably not.
  7. I believe your dates are wrong. It should be: Platinum Level - Starts after 10th completed cruise120 days before cruise departure date Gold Level - Starts after 5th completed cruise105 days before cruise departure date Silver Level - Starts after 1st completed cruise90 days before cruise departure dateNew Cruiser75 days before cruise departure date
  8. Most Disney people do hang out on that other board you mentioned. Also there are a number of social media sites that hosts discussions about disney cruising. But as far as roll calls go, they seem to be more prolific on social media than even the DIS.
  9. That stinks that someone would do that to your hard work. definitely appreciate your efforts and so sorry that this would happen. Google docs does keep a history of changes. You should be able to recover to before they made the change.
  10. @AlohaLivin I believe Google docs would let you share it as read only? Either way, we'll be in San Juan in a little over a month. I would love a copy too, pretty please. email: sandy dot canetti at gmail dot com. Thank you so much.
  11. As noted earlier in the thread the two ticketed meet & greets can be reserved on the day you do your online registration. If this is your first time, it will be 75 days prior to your cruise date. If for some reason it's sold out online, you can check in at guest service when you board to see if they held any back,
  12. Thanks for that. I'll check it tonight. What should it say on the back to be safe?
  13. I got this for my cruise. Cruise Power Strip with USB Outlets - Non Surge Protection & Ship Approved | Travel Accessories and Must Haves by Cruise On https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07BHVKPC3/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  14. Doubtful that you'll see rates drop. Disney rarely lowers prices on cruises, except in rare circumstances where special deals are offered to Florida residents, military or DVC members.
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