We've been on 3 Disney cruises so far, all on the Magic, and just booked our first Fantasy cruise for 2014. We've embarked at Port Canaveral only twice, and debarked there only once. I was just reading a few reviews of the Fantasy and a few people mentioned how jam-packed the port terminal is while waiting to board. Is this because there are so many more people waiting to get onto the Fantasy, as compared to less people on the classic ships? Also, these days, what is the best way to get to the port that day? I'm trying to decide whether to take a towncar or DCL transfers. Any pros or cons to either one? The price difference doesn't matter, we're looking for easiest/quickest option. We've always liked being on our own timetable when using a limo; I've heard that you don't have much control over what time your DCL transfer would be. If it makes any difference, we'd be taking DCL transfers from MCO (as opposed to from one of the WDW resorts). On our two previous Port Canaveral embarkations (the last one was in 2006) we've flown in the day before and stayed at a hotel in Cocoa Beach, then taken the hotel's shuttle over to the port. Very easy. This time we're considering flying in to MCO the day before but staying at the Hyatt there, then taking DCL transfers the next day to get to the port. We'll decide based on flight times/rates, unless there's a big advantage to one or the other in regards to ease of getting to the port/embarking. I don't want to get to the port (too) late, and I'm wondering how late the DCL transfers typically get you there. I appreciate any current info. Thanks!