Am i too late

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  1. tinkerbellandeeyor

    tinkerbellandeeyor DIS Veteran

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    If dh and I go though with it it will be our seconded and our first it was just a few clicks as long as you have a pass port
     
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  3. crundell

    crundell Mouseketeer

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    I read about passports, but I am under the impression that me and my children can cruise with our birth certificates since it leaves from Galveston and returns to Galveston. I this not correct? The only area outside the US on the 8 day is CC in the Bahama's. The other ports are Port Canaveral and Key West which are both US. Please, please tell me we can do this cruise without passports. :worship:
     
  4. tinkerbellandeeyor

    tinkerbellandeeyor DIS Veteran

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    I read the same thing not sure if it is true or not
     
  5. Meghatron

    Meghatron DIS Veteran

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    We booked a couple of weeks ago for May, so no, July is not too late.
     
  6. TLSnell1981

    TLSnell1981 Tiny bubbles... make me happy... make me feel fine

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    Definitely NOT, too late!
     
  7. Munkamamacallie

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    A nice DIS'er also compiled a list of when they offered *GT rates. I was surprised to see that there were summer dates. For those of you that can't decide or commit until later, this is a possibility. I'm guessing based on the history & comments of other posters that Summer *GT rates might start to come out in March.
     
  8. Four Swampers

    Four Swampers Picture is Disney Wonder at Cabo San Lucas

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    We booked our cruise on the maiden voyage of the Fantasy about 8 months before sailing. It sold out a few months later. Two weeks before the trip, my wife said her sister and sister's family were interested in going, and would I please call DCL and check. I had nothing better to do, so I called. I asked the CM not to laugh at me, but was there a cabin open? To my surprise, there was. People cancel all the time. Even sold out cruises will have cabins come available. Never hurts to ask.
     
  9. Eeyore'sthebest

    Eeyore'sthebest DIS Veteran<br><font color=darkorchid>Not So Tagle

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    I booked a week and a half before a cruise in the beginning of December.
    And then on another cruise I added my stepdaughter to our reservation about 2 months before the cruise. She asked me to surprise the rest of the family so I had to tell them that there was no room and then she surprised them at the hotel the day before! It was a long 2 months!! :goodvibes
     
  10. lovetotraveltx

    lovetotraveltx DIS Veteran

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    We just booked our family in January for may! Last January booked a cruise about 2 weeks before for just the 2 of us. Both times no airfare was involved though. Go for it!:cool1:
     
  11. su_A_ve

    su_A_ve DIS Veteran

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    It's high season, therefore prices are higher than opening day. The more you wait, the higher they'll get.

    Last minute deals for these would be tough, due to it being high season. Get in touch with a TA as you'll get some additional On Board Credit thru them.
     
  12. Luv2Diz

    Luv2Diz We love the Wonder and Magic of Disney cruising!

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    It shouldn't be too late at all. We booked our first DCL cruise only 3 months before the cruise and our 2nd one only 2 months before the cruise. Good luck!
     
  13. tinkerbellandeeyor

    tinkerbellandeeyor DIS Veteran

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    Just went found the perfect cruse for the perfect price just have to talk to the family wish me luck
     
  14. LasseKjus

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    It's never too late! We once booked a non-Disney ship on the Monday before a Saturday voyage over Christmas and paid $399 per person in a balcony stateroom with kids sailing free. Airfare was brutal, but it's never too late.
     
  15. tinkerbellandeeyor

    tinkerbellandeeyor DIS Veteran

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    Cool
     

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