Everything About Four Cruise Ships on Disney Cruise Line

Disney Cruise Line is a cruise line operation that is a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company. The company was incorporated in 1996 as Magical Cruise Company Limited and is domiciled in London, England, with their operational headquarters located in Celebration, Florida.

Disney Cruise Line currently operates four ships: Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, Disney Dream, and Disney Fantasy.



  1. Disney Magic

Disney Magic is oldest cruise ship who operate Disney Cruise Line, maiden voyage in 30th July 1998.

There have 11 public decks, 875 cabins with capacity of 2,700 passengers, as well as a 950-person crew.
Entertainment on Disney Magic includes live Broadway-style shows with many Disney characters, two movie theaters, the Walt Disney Theater and the Buena Vista theater, which feature both Disney films and occasional first-run films, several night clubs and lounges, several pools, and many Disney-themed parties and celebrations, including a Sail-Away Celebration and Pirates Night.
Lot of route with Disney Cruise Line: 4 Night Caribbean Cruises,5,6,7 and 8 Night Western Caribbean Cruises,2,3,4 and 8 Night Bahamian Cruises,4,5,7,9 and 12 night Mediterranean Cruises, Special Cruises.
Disney Magic measures 984 feet (300 m) in length and has a gross tonnage of 83,338.

2. Disney Wonder

Disney Wonder is second cruise ship who operate Disney Cruise Line,maiden voyage in August 1999.



There have 11 public decks, 875 cabins with capacity of 2,400 passengers, as well as a 950-person crew.
There are three main restaurants aboard Wonder: Triton’s, Tiana’s Place and Animator’s Palate
Route Bahamas, Alaska , Caribbean , West Coast of The United States
Disney Wonder measures 964 feet (294 m) in length and has a gross tonnage of 83,000..

 

3. Disney Dream


Disney Dreams is 3rd cruise ship who operate Disney Cruise Line, maiden voyage 26th January 2011.
There have 15 public decks, 1,250 cabins with capacity of 4,000 passengers, as well as a 1,458-person crew.
Activities aboard Disney Dream include a 9-hole mini-golf course, a walking track, digital sports simulators, a full-sized basketball court that can be converted for use as a soccer pitch, a volleyball court, and a table tennis area. There are also two smaller sport courts and two lounges for younger children.



The ship features the first “water roller coaster” at sea, called the “Aqua Duck”. The Aqua Duck is a 765-foot (233 m).
The ship also features two theatres the Walt Disney Theatre, which shows live Broadway-style performances and variety acts, and the Buena Vista Theatre, which shows first-run Disney movies.
Disney Magic measures 1,114 feet (339,8 m) in length and has a gross tonnage of 129,690.

4. Disney Fantasy


Disney Fantasy is last cruise ship who operate Disney Cruise Line, maiden voyage 31 March 2012.
There have 14 public decks, 1,250 cabins with capacity of 4,000 passengers, as well as a 1,450-person crew.
Disney Magic measures 1,114 feet (339.8 m) in length and has a gross tonnage of 129,750.



In 2016 the line announced it would acquire three ships, as yet unnamed, are described as larger than Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy but with an equivalent number of staterooms.
New ships will see in 2021, 2022 and 2023 Year.

 

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