Disney cruise line family of 6

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  1. buzz for boys

    buzz for boys <font color=royalblue><marquee>Certified Serious S

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    Hi,
    All the talk of disney cruises has got me trying to find out how much this would be for us !! As we are a family of 6 the website wont quote us unless we have 2 seperate rooms - somehow the whole idea of a cruise becomes less appealing if we have to split into 2 !!
    Are there rooms on board that would be able to accomadate us all in 1 room???
    Thanks louise x
     
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  3. disneyholic family

    disneyholic family <font color=teal>Wayne always catches me<br><font

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    other than the 2 largest suites (the walt disney and roy disney suites), which cost a small fortune, i don't think there are.
    However, you can get rooms that have a connecting door between them, so it's just as if you're in one room.

    I suggest you get a quote through Dreams Unlimited. They'll be able to help you with the best arrangement between staterooms for the money.
     
  4. wayneg

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    Yes I believe it would have to be 2 cabins with connecting door, would also work out far cheaper than WD suite, no idea on cost but there is about a 4 year wait for it.
     
  5. buzz for boys

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    Thanks guys 4 yrs wait - wow might just give us enough time to save up for it !! lol
    My hubby reckons we shoulkd do a cruise when the kids have all left home !!! Talk about a long wait the youngest is 3 lol
     
  6. Andrew DEREK UK

    Andrew DEREK UK DIS Veteran

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    A great time to cruise DCL, is when the Magic sails out of Dover, in Kent five times in 2010. Think no flights, no air fare! More to psend on the cruise.

    There are four 12 night Baltic cruises, and one 'one-way' cruise for 8 nights to Barcelona, that connects to Med sailings so you stay on and have a back to back.
     
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    Just priced up the 8 nights 1 way Dover to Barcelona $5,500 Inside cabin :scared1: + flight home
    Just done 7 nights Western $3,000 Secret porthole room. Only cost $5,200 incl fights to Florida.
    Dread to think how much it would be for a family of 6 and 2 cabins.
     
  8. Andrew DEREK UK

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    MMMM yes relatively speaking its expensive, but that one might come down, as its been slower to book up, the four Baltic ones are nearly full, only lower cabins generally available, if they sell out so fast, DCL can charge what they like.

    You wouldn't believe the cost of my CAT 3 for the Baltic.
     
  9. disneyholic family

    disneyholic family <font color=teal>Wayne always catches me<br><font

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    cat 3 on the baltic - yup i can imagine it..

    want to hear what we paid for the Walt Disney suite a few years back? :eek:

    Probably about what you're paying for that baltic cat 3. :scared1: :scared1:


    we both should have our heads examined.

    On the other hand, you only live once!! :goodvibes :goodvibes

    it was worth every penny!! (so was the cat 3, the time we were in that) :goodvibes
     

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