The Disney Magic—along with its sister ship, the Disney Wonder—is a cruise liner that blends classic beauty and grace with all the modern child-friendly entertainment.
With its distinctive design, signature yellow trim across the stately bow and room to accommodate 2,400 passengers, it is fun for all the family.
|Passenger capacity: 1750-2400|
|Passenger Decks: 10|
|Gross Tonnage: 83000|
|Swimming Pools: 3|
|Exclusively For Adults: No|
In all, the Disney Magic boasts 11 expansive decks, a total length of 964 feet, a maximum width of 106 feet and an astonishing gross tonnage of 83,000. Aboard the ship,2,700 passengers can fit comfortably, and 950 Cast and Crew Members are on hand to accommodate the needs of each and every Guest, day and night.
Staterooms on board the Disney Magic are well-appointed, comfortable, and awash in nautical elegance. Most boast split bathrooms—a feature that’s perfect for families& and a cruise line industry first!
Youth Clubs aboard the Disney Magic fuel the wild imaginations and playtime needs of our littlest cruisers. Several children’s play areas and clubs are found all around the ship.
Dining options aboard the Disney Magic range from intimate gourmet to casual quick-service, showcasing diverse flavors from the Caribbean to Northern Italy, and everywhere in between.
Entertainment aboard the Disney Magic is offered in fantastic settings, and all options are designed to fill your days at sea with memorable experiences.
Pools aboard the Disney Magic are great places to relax, get wet and cool down on sundrenched afternoons. Find 3 crystal-blue pools—one for kids, one for families, and one for adults—on Deck 9.
Nightclubs & Lounges
Nightclubs & Lounges on the Disney Magic bring the night to life with music, dancing and socializing. From swanky to sporty, low key to high energy, you’ll find a hangout you’ll love on the ship’s “big-city” entertainment district, Beat Street.
Design and Construction of the Disney Magic
Conceived as a “modern classic,” the Disney Magic was designed to evoke all the glamour and beauty of the golden age of ocean travel. With these careful plans, the Disney Magic was built in the legendary Fincantieri shipyards in Italy, revered for the technical ability and ingenuity of its engineers and workforce.
Through painstaking construction and exhaustive tests, a cruise liner with an unprecedented combination of power, speed and sleek beauty took shape. Today, this sturdy vessel contains an environment that is optimally comfortable, secure and, most importantly, family-friendly.
Interior Design of the Disney Magic
The finest in artistry and technology marks the interior design of the Disney Magic. From its creation, the ship was meant to pay homage to the age when ocean liners—once the primary link between Europe and the Americas—represented an era’s very best artists and architects, and evidence of this purpose can be found on every deck.
Specially commissioned paintings, sculptures and woodwork, as well as rare animation cels from the expansive Disney archive make the ship’s Art Deco interior inimitable and distinctive. Rich detail can be observed in everything from the murals and framed pieces that line its interior walls to the gleaming fixtures and furnishings that fill its grandest spaces.
Step inside the luminous atrium lobby and find yourself greeted by the bronze statue of Helmsman Mickey—designed by Walt Disney Imagineers to create a spirit of fun from the minute you board. Overhead, you’ll observe a dazzling chandelier crafted by one of the world’s most celebrated glass artist, Seattle’s Dale Chihuly. The same grandeur encountered in the lobby translates into all the surroundings on the Disney Magic, from its illustrious theatres to its stately staterooms.