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  • On May 9, 2011
    Margaret from GA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    We are having our wedding on the Disney Dream this month and have 2 staterooms on the Concierge Level but we have 2 other families coming with us that are on other decks. Will we they be able to board with us?

    Hey, Margaret!

    First of all, congratulations on your upcoming wedding on the Disney Dream! My husband and I are celebrating 20 years this month, and I pray that your marriage is as blessed!

    When you arrive at the terminal at Port Canaveral, you'll check your baggage in and go through security on the ground level and then proceed upstairs to check in.  Once you're on the second level, go to the far back right of the terminal to check in for the Concierge Level.  Since you are there for a special occasion and have two Concierge Level staterooms, your other wedding guests will more than likely be able to check in when/where you do. You may need to explain your circumstances to the hosts/hostesses who direct guests at the top of the escalators and who have you sign the first document before entering the check-in lines.

    If you can, arrive as soon as the port terminal opens at 10:30 a.m. You will experience lighter crowds and more available assistance the closer you are to opening. Plus, your entire group will be of the first to board and begin enjoying the ship. I hope this helps you plan!

    Best wishes as you count down the final days until your wedding and your sail date! Have a wonderful day and a magical wedding cruise! Bon voyage!

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