We have found that Sept and Oct. - kids are going back to school and still Hurricane season and January. We chose January. Anytime when kids are out of school, vacations, christmas, summer, etc. are going to be higher.
I am a cruise specialist/travel agent and I work with a lot of Disney cruises. It is best to travel when the kids are in school. The best times fall from Labor Day weekend to mid-December, from early January to mid-February and late April to Memorial Day. Also, Disney works with a tiered-pricing system and does not offer last-minute discounted rates, so be sure to book your cruise early.
Please feel free to e-mail me if you have any questions!
From what I hear Sept-early Nov and first two weeks of Dec. i just booked our first cruise for Sept 12th and got a great deal. Be prepared though, the reason they are cheaper is because that is hurricane season
I talked my hubby and son in to going on the Disney cruise for 2011 so when I went online to get prices I was shocked! A three night cruise is $2,700.00? That's nuts! I was looking for the land and sea package but it looks like they no longer offer that.
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2003-NCL Norway-Never got the pleasure. We all know what hapened to her.
Nov. 2003-Carnival Paradise-Family Cruise-Awesome
Aug 2004-Disney Wonder-Had a great time between 2 hurricanes
Oct 2007-Carnival Liberty-First "Kids Free" Cruise
April 2009-Carnival Splendor-Swine Flu Cruise-Enjoyed San Fran
April 2010-Carnival Dream-Loved the cruise
Jan 2012-Family Cruise on the Mariner of the Seas