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  • On Mar 2, 2015
    Rochelle from UT Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    I've always been afraid of the open ocean, but am willing to look into a cruise for my 60th birthday gift to myself this November. Where on ship should I look for a room? No low decks. Are the lights ever turned off so I can see the stars? Thanks! --{-@

    Welcome Aboard, Rochelle!

    How exciting that you are considering the luxury of a Disney Cruise for your milestone birthday! I hope you will love cruising as much as I do.

    When I am looking for a room on any ship, I always try to book one where there are staterooms above and below my room. So, on the Disney Magic & Wonder, I almost always book a stateroom Deck 7, and on the Disney Dream & Fantasy, I try to book Deck 8. I also try to find a room that is located Midship, so that no matter where I have to go, the walk is never TOO far.

    Since you are splurging, you might want to try a Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah. You would have a nice outside area to sit and enjoy a cup of coffee in the morning, or watch the sunset in the evening. Once on the Disney Fantasy, I was relaxing on my verandah and I saw dolphins jumping in the water right next to our ship!

    The nighttime view is spectacular. If you wander around on the uppermost deck at night, you might see stars that you never knew existed! It's also pretty dark on the verandahs, so you might be able to see some stars there as well. They don't really turn off the lights, but you can try to find your perfect dark spot.

    I hope this helps with planning your Birthday Celebration cruise. Please come back to the Disney Parks Moms Panel with more cruising questions as they arise.

    Happy Cruising, Tracy V.


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Meet the Panelist: Tracy, Illinois

GAWRSH! Hiya pals! I am a Goofy-loving mom of 2, who is married to my real-life Prince Charming. My family supports my passion for all things Disney. Walt Disney World was my very first vacation, when I was just 3 months old, and I recently completed my 73rd trip to a Disney location! I have been fortune enough to parasail high above the Disney Fantasy, attend opening day of Batuu, snorkel in the lagoon at Disney's Aulani, and SO MUCH MORE! I can't wait to help you plan your Disney vacation! 

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