Disney Cruise Line Adds Fuel Supplement

Even Mickey Mouse isn't immune to the affects of rising fuel prices. Disney Cruise Line announced on Monday that it is implementing a fuel surcharge of $8 per person per day for the first two passengers in a stateroom, and $3 per person per day for any additional passengers in the stateroom. The supplement will be effective for new bookings made on or after May 28, 2008. In addition, the fuel surcharge will be capped at $112 each for first and second stateroom passengers and $42 for additional passengers. 

Disney Cruise Line advises travel agents to alert their clients to the now new additional fee before they book. Visit www.disneycruiseline.com.

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