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Disney Cruise Line

Disney's two floating theme parks are like no other ships in the industry. Mellow, even elegant interiors allow the line's impressive innovations in dining, entertainment, kids' facilities, and cabin design to take center stage. If you love Disney, you'll love these ships.

Currently Disney has two ships in their fleet, The Disney Magic and Disney Wonder. These ships are designed with an art-deco style reminiscent of the great luxury liners of the early 1900s. Both ships boast a handful of truly innovative, Disney-style features, including a rotating series of restaurants on every cruise, cabins designed for families, Disney-inspired entertainment, and the biggest kids' facilities at sea. It's innovations like these that set Disney's cruises far apart from it's peers.

Built by the Fincantieri shipyards in Italy, the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder represent Disney's first entry into the cruise business. The ships are identical with the exception theming, decor & restaurants. Each liner can hold  up to 2400 passengers in 877 staterooms

The ship is home to more than 900 crew members representing more than 20 nations around the world. On board guests will find 4 themed restaurants, an adult entertainment district, a live Broadway style theatre venue, a movie theatre, 3 pools, a 9,000 square foot Spa center, more than 15,000 square feet of children's entertainment areas, 5,500 square feet of retail stores, and much more.

The staterooms on board the Disney Cruise Line vessels are approximately 25% larger than the industry standard, with more than 70% of the staterooms having either an ocean view porthole, or an open air verandah.


Disney repeatedly has said it plans to expand its fleet of ships but is waiting for more favorable economic conditions, primarily the currency exchange rate, since the shipyards it likely will use to construct a third and fourth ship are located in Europe. Plans for these ships are drawn up and have been approved; however, they have not been put into effect yet.

Disney Cruise Line offers three-, four- and seven-night cruises to various destinations in the Caribbean; a daytime stop at Castaway Cay is included in all itineraries. Cruises depart from Disney's Art Deco-themed terminal in Port Canaveral, Florida. Some "land and sea" packages include a stay at Walt Disney World Resort as well as transportation to the pier 50 miles away.


In the summer of 2005, the Disney Magic sailed through the to for 12 seven-night cruises along the Mexican Riviera as part of the , which celebrates the 50th anniversary of . Afterward, the ship returned to its previous Caribbean routes.

During the summer of , the Disney Magic will offer 10- and 11-night cruises departing from , . After leaving Barcelona, the ship will stop at Parlermo, Napels, Olbia, Civitavecchia, Marseille, Villefranche, Cadiz, Gibraltar en Tennerife.



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