Mickey and Donald On beach at Castaway Cay; ship in background; family flying with characters
  • On May 15, 2024
    Stephanie from CA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    What are the rules regarding outlet splitters onboard? I know that surge protectors aren’t allowed but with multiple adults and kids and all our gadgets that will need charging, I would like to know what is allowed to maximize our outlet space.

    Greetings, Stephanie! Thanks for sailing by planDisney with your question.

    On vacation, our family of five always has something charging - tablets, phones, and more. I am happy to say that you will likely find multiple USB outlets in your Disney Cruise stateroom. I also like to bring a multiple-port USB wall charger for a central charging spot. Stephanie, you are right that some devices, including extension cords, surge protectors, and multi-plugs, are not allowed on board. However, I have had no trouble with the USB wall charger mentioned above and have taken it on several Disney Cruises. During the boarding process, Disney Crew Members will closely inspect all electronics being brought on board. Any item needing additional inspection will be seen by the Chief Electrician and, if approved, returned to the Guest for use on board.

    Stephanie, with so many prime photo opportunities, you'll want to keep your phone or camera charged to snap those adorable character interactions and core Disney memories. Be sure to use the Disney Cruise Line Navigator App to find when and where characters are greeting and which first-run movies will be playing. There is so much to do on a Disney Cruise that if you're anything like me, you'll be planning your next cruise before you disembark.

    Have a most magical sailing and please let us know if you have any other questions!

    Anchors away,
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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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