• On Feb 25, 2021
    Nichole from MO Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We had planned to travel with my sister and her family January 2021. We had 2 adjoining 1 bedroom staterooms. Are there any 5-6 night cruises between December 2021 and Sept 2022 with this availability?

    Ahoy there, Nichole!

    Having a Disney cruise on the calendar is a DREAM come true, isn’t it? So glad that you are sticking with it and planning on rebooking. Some of our best family memories have happened thanks to Captain Mickey and his crew. After all the exotic destinations, fabulous service that makes me feel like royalty, and all the laughs and smiles experienced, I walk off those ships every time feeling rejuvenated! I wish that for you and your family as you look forward to your Disney Cruise Line vacation.

    Doing a quick online search, there are 35 available cruises that meet your 5 or 6 night sailing criteria. We can only check through May 2022 as itineraries for the latter portion of the year have not been released just yet. (Stay tuned to the Disney Parks Blog and the Disney Cruise Line website for news of when these 2022 sailings can be booked.) The currently available voyages set sail from Port Canaveral, Miami, San Diego, New Orleans, and Galveston. So it might help to first know which port you had planned on starting from.

    Additionally, you could check availability of connecting staterooms online, but that would be quite a tedious process. So your best bet is to contact Disney Cruise Line. Otherwise, you have to search each cruise individually on the website by date and see if a pairing of adjoining staterooms is available on multiple sailings. Whew, that would be a BOATload of work! Instead, a Disney Cruise Line Vacation Planning Specialist has the pixie dust to find the answers with the click of their magic wand (or in this case, clicking on a computer!) I'd choose your top 3 itineraries and dates, and my guess is that you will be able to find some connecting staterooms available. Especially the Disney Dream and the Disney Fantasy, which boast up to 500 connecting doors! 

    All that time saved in searching for the stateroom combination you desire can now be spent thinking about all the other fun stuff on your cruise...like which seating you want for your rotational dining, whether you want to make reservations for extras like spa treatments at Senses Spa and Salon or dinner at Palo, and which pair of mouse ears you want to wear for the sailing away deck party! 

    Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo back to planDisney with more questions-we are happy to be the Fairy Godmothers and Godfathers to make your vacation wishes come true.

    Happy Sailing!

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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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