• On Jan 15, 2020
    Michelle from TX Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We are going on our first Disney cruise in March and I was wondering the definition of a case of water? Does that mean we can bring a 12 pack or a 24 pack? Our cruise will be 7 days so I want to be prepared.

    Hi Michelle,

    Welcome back to the Disney Parks Moms Panel! So happy to hEAR that you are planning a 7-night cruise! That is my absolute favorite because it gives our family that many more days to "drink in" the Disney magic and make those memories together!

    I've heard about the "backside of water" on the Jungle Cruise at Walt Disney World, but never the definition of a case of water on Disney Cruise Line! Being an attorney, I'm all about definitions and making sure the rules are being followed, so I'm your gal to find out the answer.

    I did some digging and found that you may carry on unopened bottles of water, and there doesn't seem to be a limit set forth. Notice the key phrase here is carry on. As in, it cannot be in your checked luggage. So I'd suggest splitting the water bottles evenly between your crew so as to lighten the load. Nobody wants to throw out their back on the first day of their Disney cruise!

    That said, you may prefer to order a water bottle package instead. Disney Cruise Line will deliver the water bottles delivered directly to your stateroom, and you don’t have to worry about carrying it onboard with you! Orders can be placed up to three days prior to sailing through Onboard Gifts or once onboard. 

    Another idea that will keep the heavy lifting to a minimum is to bring refillable water bottles onboard. There's at least one 24-hour Beverage Station on each ship that has water available for filling a tumbler or water bottle onboard. For health reasons, Disney Cruise Line asks Guests to use one of the cups provided to fill up their bottles. And just to assure you about the water quality, Disney Cruise Line uses a reverse osmosis process to filter the water for onboard use, and the filtered water is safe for drinking. No Guest will be saying, "Water, water, every where, Nor any drop to drink" while at sea because the water sources are plentiful!  

    Michelle, please send us message in a (water) bottle with any additional questions.

    Happy Sailing!


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Meet the Panelist: Sherry, South Carolina

Ahoy there! I'm Sherry, a wife and mom to two, lawyer, and blogger from South Carolina. Family time is precious, so making the most of it is a top priority. That's why planning cruises to exciting destinations, trying new port adventures, and experiencing fabulous entertainment and dining is my jam! I'm thrilled to be your personal navigator as you chart your course on your next Disney Cruise Line vacation.  Learn More About Sherry

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