Disney Cruise of Dummies?

Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by jakespop, Dec 28, 2010.

  1. jakespop

    jakespop Proud DVC Owners

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    We are thinking of taking the 3 night to Bahamas with the kids late next year.

    There is so much information here on the Disboards and the Disney website.
    Wife & I are completely overwhelmed. Perhaps due to excitement but it seems like a lot to digest

    Is there such a thing as a DCL for dummies type site or an easy to read FAQ regarding Disney Cruise Lines?

    Trying to get a clear understanding of what's included in the price and What we need to pay out of pocket for.

    What would be the best starting place?

    help is greatly appreciated
     
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  3. Sccrmnky2005

    Sccrmnky2005 Already Earned My Ears ;)

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    They do have a DCL Pasporter book that is unpdated yearly you can get it on ebay or amazon.
     
  4. Tinkerkell123

    Tinkerkell123 DIS Veteran

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    Agree! The PassPorter book is awesome and you can even get it with a great leatherish binder. Covers EVERYTHING in detail!!
     
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    cwdefouw DVC Member since 1999

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  6. aidtrismommy

    aidtrismommy DIS Veteran

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    I felt very overwhelmed when we went on our first Disney cruise. I reccomend just taking your time reading the board. There is so much info that it really does take time!! I would go with the passporter as well (I did that too) and it had good information. But don't give up on the disboards. It contains much more and some really great tips.
     
  7. jakespop

    jakespop Proud DVC Owners

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    i was not aware of the Passporter books. These look like they are exactly what I need to get started. Thanks all for the quick responses
     

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