Disney Cruise Line is slapping on a fee for fuel costs, says the Orlando Sentinel's tourism blog.
It was the only major cruise line that hadn't already adopted a fuel surcharge. It will not follow the others in charging even those guests who have already booked, a policy we've complained about before and that is being investigated by Florida's state attorney general.
Per the Sentinel:
Disney Cruise Lines will charge the first two passengers in a stateroom $8 a person per day up to a maximum of $112 per person per vacation. It will charge any remaining passengers in a cabin $3 a person per day up to a maximum of $42 per person. It will begin levying the fuel surcharge on any new bookings made on or after May 28.