A man and a woman smile at each other on the deck of a Disney Cruise Line ship


Safeguard your honeymoon with some upfront planning to help your vacation go as smoothly as possible.
  • Lock down your reservations well ahead of time—you can book your Disney honeymoon more than a year in advance.
  • Don't short-change your vacation. Consider a 7- or 10-day cruise itinerary so you can completely unwind. It's your special time!
  • Better safe than sorry—have someone check up on your home while you two are gone.
  • Arrange care for your pets well ahead of time, complete with instructions, to minimize your stress. Don't leave it to the last-minute!
  • Check your airline's luggage weight restrictions and per bag limits before you pack. Then weigh your packed bags—and repack if you need to.
  • Make sure your carry-on baggage fits within the TSA's size guidelines.
  • When changing time zones, resist napping once you land—it'll throw off your internal clock. Jump right into your day, staying up until bedtime in your new time zone.
  • Purchase travel insurance for your trip. It'll ensure peace of mind or assistance, should you need it. Ask your travel agent for details.
  • Download the Disney Cruise Line app before you leave on your trip to get the lowdown on daily activities, show times and much more!
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Recognize marriage is a marathon, not a sprint—so take time to follow these strategies on your honeymoon trip.
  • Take it easy on the first day of your vacation as adrenaline may keep you going, but you'll last longer if you schedule more adventurous activities a few days into the trip.
  • Discuss your cruise's destinations and excursions with your spouse before you board so you can share ideas about what your top choices are. Then, experience each other's favorites, which is a delightful way of discovering more about your new husband or wife.
  • Take advantage of the professional photographers who capture images during dinner, deck parties and other activities. You can review and purchase your photos onboard.
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Preserve memories and wedded bliss long after the ceremony and honeymoon are over.
  • Book your one-year anniversary trip as early as possible to secure your desired dates.
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Observe some common sense advice on travel preparation and packing to get your honeymoon off to a good start.
  • Check the weather and pack accordingly for the season, climate and temperatures you'll encounter.
  • Drink lots of water and avoid caffeinated beverages to help beat jet lag.
  • Carry on your wedding gifts list and write your thank-you notes on the plane ride.
  • Use antibacterial wipes to clean remotes, light controls and seat-back tray tables as soon as you get on the plane.
  • Wear noise-canceling headphones on long flights to fight fatigue. They can do double duty for watching movies too.
  • Wear sunblock, a hat and sunglasses when traveling to sunny climates. You'll be out all day, so don't let a sunburn ruin your trip.
  • Dress in comfortable shoes while exploring each portalong the itinerary—you'll be doing a lot of walking.
  • Bring an umbrella or rain poncho so you're always prepared for inclement weather.
  • Pack smart by including essentials and some conveniences, but do not over-pack, so you can travel lighter—and leave room for souvenirs!
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Make your honeymoon a treasure by enhancing your time onboard a Disney Cruise Line ship.
  • Book your Disney cruise honeymoon more than one year in advance for the broadest selection. Check destinations for available itineraries and dates.
  • Sign in to your Disney account at My Online Check-In and fill out all required forms well before your sail date.
  • Download the latest version of the complimentary Disney Cruise Line Navigator app on your smartphone before you leave home.
  • Book a table for 2 at Palo or Remy, with any special dietary requests, from 75 to 120 days in advance of your sail date, depending upon your Castaway Club membership level.
  • Reserve a couples spa treatment for a day at sea. Book from 75 to 120 days in advance of embarkation, depending upon your Castaway Club membership level.
  • Surprise your sweetheart! Order an in-room gift—no later than 3 days prior to your sail date—for delivery to your stateroom.
  • Popular Port Adventures fill up fast—so book in advance—from 75 to 120 days before you depart, depending upon your Castaway Club membership level.
  • Avoid the lines by pre-ordering your photo packages and products through My Cruise Photos before you sail.
  • Bring a small carry-on for overnight clothes and toiletries that you'll need on your final night aboard the ship, as your luggage will be picked up for transfer the night before disembarkation.
  • Check the weather forecasts for your ports of call before you pack. Also helpful is the packing list for your particular itinerary.
  • Pack the appropriate dinner attire for Palo and Remy—a jacket for men and a dress or pantsuit for women.
  • Double check the passport requirements for you both, as each destination may have different rules and regulations.
  • Reserve optional airport transfers (an additional fee) on the Disney Cruise Line shuttle bus at the same time you book your cruise reservation.
  • Book your one-year anniversary cruise while still onboard the ship to secure your dates and any possible price breaks.
  • Familiarize yourself with air and ground transportation for your home port.
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