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  • [Question] Planning tools?

    We are talking about taking a Disney cruise and I'm a big planner. I like to do as much research as possible before committing to anything. :geek: Any one have any books or such they have used to plan their cruise adventures? We've never done a cruise before and I just am looking for somewhere to start planning. Thank you!
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    Re: Planning tools?

    I always recommend the "Passporter's guide to the Disney Cruise Line". There is tons of information about how to plan for the best cruise you can. There are also details about excursions for your individual cruise.

    If you need any information please feel free to contact me--I would be happy to help you out!
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    • #3
      Re: Planning tools?

      It looks like the only Passporter available is the 2010 guide - will the information be relevant to a cruise in 2012? (We are looking into the Mexican Riviera cruise as we live on the west coast and don't want to fly across country with our toddler yet...)
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      • #4
        Re: Planning tools?

        The basic information will be the same, some excursions or a port may change.

        The next guide may not be released for a while, as information about the Fantasy is being slowly released, and they want the next edition to be as up to date as possible.

        The 2010 guide was delayed several times as new details about the Dream kept emerging.

        I would just get the 2010 guide and refer to the official DCL page for any changes to your itinerary.
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