There are 2 options when it comes to booking a Disney cruise.
Book A Disney Cruise Through Disney
Simply go to the Disney Cruise Line website and find a Disney cruise via their cruise listing page. Here you will find the available cruises sorted by Ports of Departure, Ports of Call, Disney Cruise Ship, or Port Adventures.
After selecting your itinerary, you’ll select your stateroom(s), make your full or partial payment, or a deposit to secure your reservation.
You can also Disney Cruise Line at (800) 951-3532 and make your reservations over the phone. Guests must be 18+ or have permission from a parent or guardian
Book a Disney Cruise Through a Disney Travel Agent (RECOMMENDED)
If this is your first Disney Cruise Line adventure, then the best advice we could give you is to book through a travel agency that specializes in Disney vacations. We prefer this route over going it alone and booking a vacation package directly through Disney.
There are a few reasons why booking with a Disney travel agent is the way to go.
For starters, their services are entirely free to you, the client. Yes, it’s true! Disney pays these agents a small commission to help you…but at no time do you pay anything extra.
Secondly, a travel planner who specializes in Disney vacations will be able to answer your questions and give you helpful advice. After all, it’s their job to do so. They will (or should) know the pros and cons of Disney Cruise Line vacations based on their own first-hand experience. Your Disney Travel agent will give you the lowdown on the different ships, activities, dining options, destinations, etc.
Lastly, a Disney travel agent will book all of your reservations for you. They take care of all the details so that you don’t have to. Relax and feel secure in knowing that everything is taken care of and will be done correctly.
See our Disney Travel Planners page to find an agency that can help you book your Disney Cruise Line vacation package. We recommend The Vacationeer.