Lite 99
Tampa's Feel Good Favorites

Oh, Disney Cruise Line, how we love you!

Daisy on Lookout Cay

Cruising with Disney is VERY different from visiting Walt Disney World or Disneyland Resort because instead of rushing around the theme parks all day trying to accomplish everything you’re dreaming of, you’re relaxing on a boat, leisurely participating in whatever activities you choose. However, there are some limitations to what you can bring on a Disney Cruise that you may not be expecting, and this INCLUDES the newest cruise ship, the Disney Treasure.

The Disney Treasure will be setting sail with guests on December 21st, 2024, and is the sixth ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet. The Treasure celebrates Walt Disney’s love of adventure, and the design of the ship is “inspired by the grandeur and mystery of a gilded palace,” and draws influences from Asia, Africa, and even Aladdin’s Agrabah.


We can’t wait to see the beautiful statue of Aladdin, Jasmine, and the Flying Carpet in the lobby


…see Peter Pan and Captain Hook on the stern of the ship…


…and get to experience all the exciting new restaurants, entertainment, and exclusive offerings this ship has in store for guests. If you’re already mentally preparing your packing list though, we need to tell you — there are some items banned on Disney Cruise Line ships that you may not expect. They even took us by surprise!

Be sure NOT to pack the following in your suitcase:

Scissors with blades exceeding 4 inches
Electric blankets
Extension cords, power strips, multi-plugs, and surge protectors
Heating pads
Musical instruments
Over-the-door hanging organizers, over-the-door hooks
Seasonal and/or strands of celebratory lightbulbs

Frozen-inspired Stateroom on the Disney Wish

Some of these items were a little surprising to us. For example, staterooms on Disney cruises don’t have THAT many outlets, and if you’re like our team, you may need to charge your phone, watch, MagicBand+, camera, camera batteries, EXTRA camera batteries, and more in one room, AND you may have more than one person in the room who needs to charge all those devices. So what are we supposed to do if we can’t bring multi-plugs?

Disney Wish Stateroom

Getting organized on a Disney Cruise is a little tough, especially if you’ve got a room filled with a lot of people. Usually, an over-the-door organizer is a great way to keep everyone’s stuff in the right place, but unfortunately, they are not allowed.

Stateroom Shelves for extra storage on the Disney Wish

Overall, some of these items may seem silly to ban because they can be really useful things to take with you, but Disney WILL check every bag through metal detectors and scanners before you board. So, if you bring something that’s not allowed, they WILL find it and it may hold up your boarding process or the amount of time it takes for your luggage to be sent to your room.

See the FULL list of prohibited items here

We’re always here to help you prepare for your next Disney Cruise Line or Disney parks vacation, so stay tuned to DFB!

Learn EVERYTHING there is to know about the Disney Treasure right here!

What are you most looking forward to experiencing on the Disney Treasure? Tell us in the comments!

The post 8 Things That Are BANNED on the Disney Treasure – Don’t Even TRY It! first appeared on the disney food blog.