Girl at Disneyworld
  • On Jul 20, 2021
    Colleen from IL Asked

    Looking for estimated price for land and sea package, 3 staterooms for cruise and 2 or 3 hotel rooms for 3 days in park

    Hi Colleen!

    “Welcome Home!” AND “Welcome Aboard!” I’m thrilled to hear you are planning an adventure at sea with Captain Mickey. Even better, it’s going to be combined with a Walt Disney World vacation. Truly, the best of both worlds! That is why I simply had to get right to answering your question because I really want to SEA you book a Disney land and sea vacation.

    It’s going to be very challenging to give you an idea of how much a land and sea vacation will cost because there are so many variables at play. How many Guests are in your party? What category of Walt Disney World Resort hotel will you choose? What type of theme park tickets are you wanting? The best way to price a combined Walt Disney World and Disney Cruise Line vacation is to contact a Vacation Planning Specialist and tell them that you are interested in a land and sea vacation.

    Just by way of information, given your proposed dates, there are both 3-night and 4-night Disney cruises on the Disney Dream from Port Canaveral available. Assuming there are 2 adults in each of your 3 staterooms, the range of pricing currently is $1,895-1,943 per stateroom for the September 24th 3-night voyage and $ 2,235-2,347 per stateroom for the September 27th 4-night itinerary. I did not include Concierge staterooms in the range, presuming you wanted to instead look at Inside, Oceanview, or Verandah staterooms. That’s what I found as of this moment on the Disney Cruise Line website for September sailings on the Disney Dream, and the pricing is always subject to change. 

    The Walt Disney World component will be far more challenging to price for you, so I’m not even going to go there. I would suggest that you go in with a wish list of 2 or 3 Resorts to narrow the field from the list of Disney Resorts Collection. Also consider whether you’d like to visit one theme park per day or have the added flexibility of going to multiple theme parks with the Park Hopper ticket. Again, the brilliant Cast Members will be able to assist you as you hone in on which Walt Disney World Resort hotel you’d like to call home. 

    My final nugget of advice: if you can, do the theme parks first and the Disney cruise second. I much prefer doing the busy pace of the theme parks in the beginning of the vacation so that once the cruise begins, we can be as active or as chill as we like. 

    So as you plan this epic land-sea vacation, please feel free to send planDisney any and all planning questions you can imagine!

    Faith, Trust and Pixie Dust,

    Sherry

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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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