Transfers from Seattle airport to Port...

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  1. TiggerAllie

    TiggerAllie DIS Veteran

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    How do the Disney transfers from the Seattle airport to the port work? I've only used them in Orlando. Is there a special place you need to meet them? Are there signs? We'd need to find them after we pick up our bags from Delta.

    I am not familiar with the Seattle airport, so I have no idea. We will be using them in 2 days when we arrive our cruise on the Wonder to Alaska! :cool1:
     
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  3. Stagemaster

    Stagemaster Earning My Ears

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    I was wondering the same thing. But I read in the cruise docks they meet u in baggage claim. Is right. We fly in on Alaska
     
  4. TiggerAllie

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    FYI: there are DCL representatives at all the different baggage carousels, with the Mickey hands. The check-in area (where you give up you bags) is down at the end near carousel 1. Once you check-in, there are some tables where you can wait for them to call the group and escort you to the bus. We waited no more than 20 minutes.
     
  5. Disneygal19

    Disneygal19 I love ºoº

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    We just did this on the July 30th sailing. Someone was at our baggage carousel with a sign that said DCL and our last name. He then helped us with our luggage and escorted us down to the parking garage where we took a black escalade to the Disney hotel. No Mickey hands. But he was easy to find
     
  6. kcashner

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    On cruise days, they are at the luggage carousels with the Mickey hands. On non-cruise days, they are more likely to meet you as above with a sign.

    The Seatac airport is NICE. OK, my transfer was in Vegas, so by comparison anything is nice. There is a quiet area by gate B4 where there are books and magazines that you can borrow as well as free downloads for your e-readers. It is clean and easy. The only problem is that it is crowded on cruise days, but the lines moved a lot faster than I anticipated. It is clean, lots of decent food places, etc.
     

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