Disney Cruises lines are something you'll never forget, read on to see some difference between the Disney Wonder and the Disney magic!
Disney currently operates two ships: the Disney Magic, which was launched in 1998 and mainly used for 7-night cruises and special itineraries; and the Disney Wonder, which was launched in 1999 and is primarily used for 3- and 4-night cruises. The only difference between the two ships is primarily the itinerary that you choose.
Each ship has a grand dining room as well as others offering different cuisines, along with snack bars that are open from morning to night. The ships are spotless and the delightful staff meets the high standards set by Disney cast members in the theme parks.
Both Disney ships have nightclubs, shops, spas, fitness centers, and kids programs … but no casinos. They have 11 decks and all you'd expect for a "floating resort". Each ship, the Disney Magic cruise ship and the Disney Wonder have 875 rooms and 945 crew on board.
When you get on each ship you get the Disney Mug for 35 bucks then you can drink all the soft drinks for free. Disney's Oceaneer Club for ages 3 to 7 features fun and fantasy in a play area designed like Captain Hook's ship. For teens 13 to 17, both ships feature teen-only spaces for the teens to gather, have privacy, listen to music, watch movies, connect to the internet, or just hang out.
Adults can also enjoy the various nightclubs and lounges that are on both ships and their own private beach at Serenity Bay on Disney's private island, a secluded beach for adults where the only sound is of the waves lapping the shore.
Disney Cruises have the best kids activity area at sea, filling almost an entrenched deck of the ship with supervised programs for age-specific groups of children and teens. Do not worry, even while on board both Disney ships have planned activities for kids of all ages, plus there are huge pools and other amenities.
Many individuals, including parents, believe that cruise ships are not designed for children, but that is simply not true. A big plus for families on cruise ships is that youth and teen programs are free from 9 am all day and night.
Disney issues every passenger a "Key to the World" card that allows you unlimited entry and exit from the ship as well as the ability to charge for everything onboard, from merchandise, food, and specialty drinks. Pagers are available to parents with children in the programming areas so that they're never out of reach while enjoying the ship's adults-only areas. The ships have 3 pool areas; kids only pool (NO parents allowed), family pool, and adults only pool with jacuzzi's.
The Disney Wonder and Disney Magic cruise ships are like floating fantasy resorts, specifically designed with clever programming, original dining, outstanding entertainment, one-of-a-kind activities that appeal to kids and adults, spacious staterooms, and impossible Disney-style service !