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Disney Magic and Disney Wonder

Classic Design

At first glance, the ship's twin funnels and streamlined sculptural form reminds one of the legendary Queen Mary, and other great liners of the 1930s and 1940s. But in contrast, both the Disney Magic® and the Disney Wonder® bold colors, nautically inspired ornamentation and whimsical touches are contemporary, while also being distinctly Disney. Their exterior color scheme features a dark hull, bold red funnels, yellow striping and nautically inspired ornamentation. It is no accident that these colors are also the colors of Disney's most famous character, Mickey Mouse. In fact, the lifeboats are yellow instead of the typical orange in order to tie in the colors on his big yellow shoes.

Interior spaces were created through the efforts of dozens of different design experts from all over the world, under the direction of Walt Disney Imagineering.

Entering the ships' three-story atrium lobby, there is an ambiance of "comfortable elegance," also reminiscent of the Transatlantic ocean liners of the early 20th-century. The opulent lobby on the Disney Magic® is rich in color and boasts grand stairways. In contrast, interior finishes and furnishings reflect a modern influence that marries an Art Deco style, popular in the late 1920s and 1930s, with classical Disney whimsy. The Disney Wonder® features softer colors in the main atrium and has more of an Art Nouveau style.

Both the Disney Magic® and Disney Wonder® boast 875 spacious staterooms that were designed to offer maximum storage and useable space. They can comfortably accommodate at least three people, while family staterooms can hold up to five. Almost 75 percent of these are outside staterooms, and 44 percent of these also have private verandahs. All deluxe inside, oceanview and verandah staterooms feature a bath and a half, making it especially convenient for families. Both ships also feature 18 one or two-bedroom suites and two royal suites. These sell out quickly, so you must plan ahead for these.

Ship design same for Disney Magic® and Disney Wonder®
 
Ship Profiles & Stats

Ship Facts:

  • Shipyard: Fincantiere Shipyard of Trieste, Italy
  • Master: Captain Tom Forberg
  • Contract Signed: April 1995
  • Delivery: July 1998
  • Homeport: Port Canaveral, Florida
  • Guest Capacity: 1,750 double occupancy (2,400 maximum capacity)
  • Number of Staterooms: 875
  • Outside Staterooms: 73%
  • Staterooms with Verandahs: 44%
  • Crew Size: 915
  • Crew Nationality: European officers, hotel and dining staff; American cruise staff and children’s counselors
  • Space Ratio: 48
  • Ship’s Registry: Bahamian

General Specifications:

  • 85,000 gross registered tons (approximately)
  • 964 feet (294 meters)
  • 106 feet width (32.25 meters)
  • 25.3 feet draft (7.7 meters)
  • 21.5 knots cruising speed; 24 knots maximum speed
  • 1 pair fin stabilizers
  • 3 bow thrusters and two stern thrusters with 1,800 kw each
  • Propelled by five 16 cylinder Sulzer diesel engines and two 19 megawatt General Electric propulsion motors
Public Areas:
  • Three-story atrium lobby with sweeping grand staircase
  • 5,500-square foot shopping area featuring exclusive Disney Cruise Line themed clothing, collectibles, specialty items, jewelry and sundries
  • Specific areas created for children, families and adults\
  • Separate pools for families, sports activities and adults
Dining Areas:
  • Three uniquely-themed dinner restaurants
  • Alternative dinner restaurant for adults-only
  • Indoor/outdoor café serving breakfast, lunch, snacks and a buffet dinner for children
  • 24-hour room service
  • Pool bar/grill serving hotdogs, hamburgers, pizza and sandwiches
  • Coffee bar serving international coffees and pastries
  • An ice cream and frozen yogurt bar
  • Cuisine program for health-conscious guests
Entertainment:
  • Nightly entertainment program unlike any other in the cruise industry
  • 975-seat Walt Disney Theatre featuring a different Disney Cruise Line-produced show with roadway-quality actors, singers and dancers each night
  • 270-seat Buena Vista Cinema with full-screen cinema, Dolby Sound, and a variety of first-run movies and classic Disney films
  • Studio Sea – Family lounge offering dance music, family oriented cabaret acts, participatory game shows and multi-media entertainment
  • Promenade Lounge – Live trio plays requests in a comfortable environment
  • ESPN Skybox – Interactive sports club offering the best view on the ship and all the latest scores
  • Adult-oriented lecture and enrichment programs
Children’s Areas and Services:
  • 15,000-square feet of children’s space with dedicated, age-specific programming
  • Largest number of children’s counselors of any ship at sea
  • Designated teen club and game arcade
  • Children’s drop-off service in the evenings
  • Private babysitting services available
Fitness Facilities:
  • 9,000-square foot ocean-view Vista Spa & Salon overseen by a qualified fitness director and offering aerobic and Jazzercise instruction, a complete line of exercise equipment, saunas and steam rooms
  • Full-service salon features massages, facials, a variety of skin treatments, manicures, pedicures, haircuts and styling
  • Full promenade deck for walking and jogging
  • Specific sports deck with a paddle tennis court, table tennis, basketball court and shuffleboard
  • Batting and driving range
Ship Services:
  • Self-service launderettes
  • Complete photographic services including one-hour processing and camera and video recorder rentals
  • Strollers available at no cost
  • Complete laundry, dry-cleaning and valet services
  • Satellite telephone services
  • Modern medical facilities
  • Guest Services Desk
  • 24-hour Front Desk Service
  • Telefax and secretarial services available upon request
  • Conference facilities available for groups of up to 120
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