Spread across eleven decks teeming with indoor and outdoor activities, a wide range of dining and snacking choices and all manner of Disney-themed fun, the Disney Wonder cruise ship is a hive of non-stop entertainment catering to people of all ages. Luxurious accommodation is a mix of generously appointed staterooms and suites, the latter which feature separate bedrooms and private balconies for the best views all around.
About the ship – 1000 feet (300 meters) of authentic Disney magic squeezed into a wonderful experience for the whole family – that is the Disney Wonder.
Launched in 1999 with Tinker Bell as her godmother, the Wonder is a true taste of Disney on the seas.
Focus – Disney has always stood for clean, wholesome fun for kids and their parents. It is a name that generations associate with some of the happiest moments form their childhood, the most enjoyable movies they have ever watched, and even their favorite toys that they still recall vividly.
The Disney Wonder aims to recreate those feelings for young and old in a whole new voyage of discovery across some of the most beautiful land- and seascapes anywhere in the world.
Although the Wonder’s primary focus is Disney-related entertainment, several parts of the ship are designated adults only areas to give parents and guardians a relaxing getaway while the kids are closely supervised by Disney staff.
Travel Itinerary – The Disney Wonder cruise itinerary list includes some of the most stunningly captivating and popular routes and stops across the globe.
From the frigid seas and air of the rugged natural wonder of untouched Alaska to the sun soaked beaches of the Mexican Riviera, Hawaii and the Caribbean, a Disney Wonder cruise is a breathtaking trip of gorgeous scenery.
Whether the coast has disappeared over the horizon or you are gaping at the walls of the Panama Canal which look close enough to touch, every moment on the Wonder cruise is indeed a wonder.
What makes a Disney Wonder cruise different from other Disney cruises?
The primary difference between the Disney Wonder and its sister ship, the Disney Magic is the interior decor – Disney Wonder features Art Nouveau while the Magic has Art Deco designs. Built on virtually identical layouts, both the ships situate clubs and bars exactly the same way, albeit with different names.
The Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy, on the other hand, are much larger ships, over ten percent longer and with sixteen decks instead of the Wonder’s eleven.
The Wonder is the only Disney cruise ship to sail to Alaska.
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