View Full Version : What time does Cabanas serve breakfast on disembarkation day?

02-06-2012, 02:15 PM
I was so happy to read on here that you don't have to go to your main dining room for breakfast. Between our time change and us not being morning people we're hoping to sleep as late as possible on disembarkation day since we're going to WDW and don't want to start that part of our trip exhausted! So 3 questions:
1)What time does cabanas serve breakfast till on disembarkation day?
2)What time do you have to be out of your stateroom?
3)What time do you have to be off the ship?

02-06-2012, 02:24 PM
Breakfast service stops at 8:30 promptly. You can continue to eat after that, but the food disappears from the serving stations.

You are to be out of your cabin when you leave for breakfast. We have seen this documented in two different ways--one said when you leave for breakfast, the other said by 8 am. We had an assigned 8:15 breakfast, but at 8:01 there was a LOUD knock on our door. He was quite decent when we said we'd be just another few minutes.

Everyone is asked to be off the ship by 9. In reality, they are cleared out by about 9:30. About 9:15, they start politely encouraging people toward the exit. This of course assumes a normal Customs clearance.

Conservative Hippie
02-06-2012, 02:26 PM
Cabana's stops serving at 8:30. We arrived at 8:00 so we had plenty of time before they started putting everything away. We took all of our stuff with us to Cabana's, however while playing Midship Detective after breakfast, we passed by our room at about 9:30 and saw our neighbors just leaving their room. We disembarked at 9:45 and there were still people on board (not many though).

02-06-2012, 02:33 PM
Interesting the ship art was still on? Last August ecerything was off off off in the morning!

Empress Room
02-06-2012, 02:40 PM
I am not sure how easy it will be to "sleep in" on disembarkation day, no matter how late you eat breakfast. There is, obviously, a ton of noise and commotion beginning very early in the morning in the halls and adjoining cabins. On more than one occasion as well, there were various ship-wide announcements about disembarkation piped into every cabin. You might want to catch up on your sleep at WDW!