DVC Announces 2018 Members Cruise Aboard the Disney Dream

Disney Vacation Club announced details for the 2018 Member Cruise. The 4-Night DVC Members Cruise will embark from Port Canaveral on Monday, July 23, 2018 with two stops at Disney’s Castaway Cay with a day at sea in between.

Map Dream 4 Night Bahamian DVC Member Cruise

For more details on the Disney Vacation Club 2018 Member Cruise, please visit disneyvacationclub.com/membercruise. Bookings for this exciting Member event begin Sunday, August 6, 2017. DVC Members can call Member Services at (800) 800-9800 or (407) 566-3800 between 9:00 AM Eastern Time to 5:30 PM Eastern Time on August 7, 2017. The DVC website notes the booking window will be open on August 28, 2016 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM Eastern Time exclusively for Member Cruise reservations. After 3:00 PM Eastern Time on August 6, 2017 and afterwards, Member Services will be available for all inquiries.

Reservation points start at 279 points per person based on double occupancy. A complete list of reservation points can be found on the following point chart or view the pdf.

2018 DVC Member Cruise Points ChartFor more information you can visit DVC’s 2018 Members Cruise page. This announcement will not impact any guests as this sailing was never available to book on DCL’s website.

6 Replies to “DVC Announces 2018 Members Cruise Aboard the Disney Dream”

  1. Denny C

    Assuming you pay cash, dollar for dollar this is probably the best Disney cruise value for the Summer of 2018 on the Dream.

    1. Melissa S

      Actually not, the rates in table above reflect per person rates. These rates are about $300-$400 more per person than similar rates on the Dream in the Summer of 2018. Definitely not a deal for DVC members to go on this cruise. I think it’s viewed more as a special event, so premium fares can be charged.

      1. Ron L

        yep. the July 4 sailing with a double dip at Castaway for 2 is only $3590. The DVC cruise is just over $4,000 for 2.

      2. Denny C

        For a DVC member cruise it’s a good deal. When you factor in gratuities as part of the total (they’re included) it’s a nominal difference in price when sailing in July (about a $600 difference for three of us in a category 5C). A bit more but likely offset by daily gifts, special performances, speakers, etc. you would not normally experience on your typical Disney cruise.

        This is the first one that we may actually book. The DVC member cruise sailing this August was significantly more than the ‘regular’ cruise that sails the week before. When you factor in that DVC also scheduled it during one of the least desirable weeks of the year to sail while still charging top dollar during a period that tends to cost significantly less it just didn’t make any sense for us.


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