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  • On May 2, 2024
    Cheryl from NY Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I belong to the Facebook group called CRUISING DUCKS. There has been some questions about whether individuals can hide rubber ducks on the Disney line cruises. Could you please clarify this for me, so I could share it with our group? Thank you!

    Ahoy, Cheryl! Thanks for cruising by planDisney with your question. On my first Disney Cruise, my kids found a hidden rubber duck so your question has me curious. Let’s quack this case!

    Cheryl, I checked and the Disney Cruise Line's official policy is that Guests may bring rubber ducks onboard but may not hide them for others to find. In fact, Guests cannot hide anything, such as rubber ducks, in public areas or staterooms. Rubber ducks and other pool toys also cannot be used in the pool areas. I know this might not be what you hoped to hear, Cheryl, but I assure you there is still lots of fun and magic to have onboard!

    Decorating your stateroom door is a great way to show your personality and engage other Guests. I always love admiring the creativity of door decor on my cruises! However, Guests should be mindful and check the official policy for decorating the outside of their door on a Disney Cruise. Causing damage to the door and being assessed a fee is not how anyone wants to spend their vacation money!

    I hope this information helps, Cheryl. Please let me know if you have any other questions. I'd be one lucky duck to help!

    Happy sailing,
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Meet the Panelist: Melissa, California

Hi, I'm Melissa - an archivist, wife, mom, and Disneyland Resort specialist from Southern California. I've been visiting Disneyland since I was a baby and, now that I've got three Mouseketeers of my own, I love experiencing everything Disney through their eyes. From watching the Straw Hatters on Main Street, U.S.A. to riding "it's a small world," making magical memories as a family is one of my favorite things. I can't wait to help you research your next Disney vacation. See ya real soon! Learn More About Melissa

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