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Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by TLLCanada, Nov 11, 2012.

  1. TLLCanada

    TLLCanada Mouseketeer

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    My cruise leaves in 19 days and I have yet to receive any documentation from Disney. We booked our flights separate from DCL. Should we be expecting any boarding documents from DCL? I did the online check in already. My TA is MIA and I am freaking out.
     
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  3. happycorgi

    happycorgi Earning My Ears

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    I would call up Disney and have them check your cruise info. You should have gotten something by now.
     
  4. RN_Mom

    RN_Mom Mouseketeer

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    They probably got mailed to your TA. There truly is nothing you need there if you do the online check in. Can get luggage tags ay the port
     
  5. kcashner

    kcashner DIS Veteran

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    Your TA was to specify whether they docs should be sent to her or to you--they could be sitting on her desk.

    However, there is NOTHING in the document pack that you need. You already have all the docs from your on line check in. The luggage tags will be helpful, but if they don't come, the situation can be managed.

    If flying into MCO and catching DCL transportation, go to the welcome center with your baggage claim checks from the airline. They will take care of the situation from there. If you feel better, you can claim the bags and take them with you to the welcome center, but you don't need to.

    If using private transportation or going to WDW first, the bellmen at WDW and the porters at the terminal have luggage tags. They will write in your name an cabin number and you are set to go.
     
  6. sissy_ib

    sissy_ib DIS Veteran

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    Really, you can just show up at the port with your citizenship documents and you will still get on the ship.
    Like others have said, the only thing worth anything in the packet they mail is the luggage tags and you cat get more at the port/airport.
     
  7. debsters41

    debsters41 DIS Veteran

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    On my last cruise, I left from Greece 40 days before the start of my cruise. It is true that you don't need anything besides your proper identification and either cash or a cc to put down for on board expenses. Have a fun cruise!:cool1:
     

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