Am I understanding this right? The cabanas are on a separate part of the beach?

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  1. fredgirls

    fredgirls DIS Veteran

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    How have you added them?
    You need to upload them to a site like photo bucket first. Then copy the IMG code (right hand side of photo bucket site under image links) and paste that into your message here.
    I'd like to se the pics! :goodvibes
     
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  3. stmize

    stmize Dvc member since Nov 2010--WDW mom of ds 17 & dd 1

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    If you need the cabanas for shade there's lots of umbrellas
     
  4. mmouse37

    mmouse37 DCL Diva!!

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    Cancellations happen....I booked a last minute cruise for later this month and was able to grab a cabana when I did my online check in....30 days in advance of the cruise.

    Also remember that thousands upon thousands of people enjoyed Castaway Cay for years without the Cabanas (they are a very recent addition to the island) so not getting a cabana will not impact your enjoyment of the island.

    We have been to CC 25 plus times and never had a cabana before and always enjoyed ourselves. I may not even keep the cabana I have reserved.

    MJ
     
  5. MedicGoofy

    MedicGoofy DIS Veteran

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    It may just depend on which cruise your taking and when.

    I got off the Magic a week ago, and there were a ton of cabanas available. A lot of people from my sailing got them as first time cruisers. And they weren't cancellations.

    Gonna be the luck of the draw...good luck:thumbsup2
     
  6. CMOORE185

    CMOORE185 HH 240 Points, SSR 260 Points

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    We must have gotten lucky because we got a cabana at about 90 days out in June of 2011. It was great experience but a little pricy at $500.
     
  7. luv2sleep

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    Which cabana number is this?
     
  8. Livia

    Livia Earning My Ears

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    How do you book one of these?
     
  9. jayteadunn

    jayteadunn Earning My Ears

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    Here are the photo's that I was hoping to post earlier. First is the Family Cabana Beach from the water. Next is the Family beach, and last is a Panoramic of the whole area I took.

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  10. luv2sleep

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    So the cabanas are all in line 1-17 with one being closest to the bathrooms, food, dock, etc?
     
  11. jayteadunn

    jayteadunn Earning My Ears

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    Exactly.
     
  12. rentayenta

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    The more I read, the more I realize we won't need a cabana. As a veteran CC visitor, what would you suggest my beach bum family do on CC? We're a party of 5 ages 44, 47, 16, 15, and 12. We're lazy in the fact that we love to swim, soak in the sun, and eat but we're fit and have no physical limitations or concerns. :upsidedow The stop at CC is one of the main draws of the Eastern Caribbean cruise. That and we've been to Mexico a bunch.
     

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