The Disney Cruise Line fleet is currently comprised of four world-class ships: the Disney Magic, the Disney Wonder, the Disney Dream, and the Disney Fantasy.
Are you ready to set sail with Captain Mickey, Captain Minnie, and the WHOLE gang?
Because with truly unique features like Rotational Dining in beautifully themed restaurants to its own private island for select itineraries — Castaway Cay! — and SO much more, a Disney Cruise Line sailing is truly a vacation like no other!
The Disney Magic is the original Disney Cruise Line ship. She first set sail in 1998. Fifteen years later, she launched again after a lengthy stay in dry-dock where she spent her time being “re-imagined.”
Carrying guests in 875 Staterooms (with a capacity of 2,713 passengers), the Disney Magic sails to the Bahamas and the Caribbean, Bermuda, Canada and New England. The Disney Magic also offers unique European itineraries to the British and Greek Isles as well as Norwegian and Mediterranean cruises and Transatlantic crossings.
The Disney Wonder is the sister ship to the Disney Magic, first setting sail in 1999.
Also carrying guests in 875 Staterooms (with a capacity of 2,713 passengers), the Disney Wonder itineraries include Bahamian and Caribbean sailings as well as California Coast, Hawaiian, and Alaskan sailings. The vessel also offers unique Panama Canal cruises.
The Disney Dream marked the debut of the Dream Class of Disney Cruise Line ships when it took its Maiden Voyage in 2011.
The Disney Dream can carry up to 4,000 passengers (with 1,250 staterooms) on its signature three-, four- and five-night Bahamian itineraries departing from Port Canaveral, Florida.
The Disney Fantasy is the sister ship to the Disney Dream, first setting sail in 2012.
The Disney Fantasy can also carry up to 4,000 passengers (with 1,250 staterooms), and primarily offers seven-night Eastern and Western Caribbean sailings departing from Port Canaveral, Florida.
The Disney Wish will set sail in Summer 2022! Disney Cruise Line’s newest ship will sail from Port Canaveral, FL offering 3- and 4-night cruises to Nassau and Disney Cruise Line’s Castaway Cay.
The Wish will welcome passengers to its 1,250 staterooms on a voyage like no other on Disney’s “Castle on the Seas!” You can find out more about the newest ship joining the Disney Cruise Line fleet here!
Disney Cruise Line UPDATE
Disney Cruise Line has announced new health and safety measures — including vaccination guidelines — for upcoming sailings. Changes onboard the ship will include enhanced cleaning procedures, modified housekeeping, and new air purification systems.
There are several important updates for guests, including the requirement that all guests 18 and older must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, as defined by the National Health Service (NHS). Disney Cruise Line will contact guests prior to sailing with instructions on how to show proof of their vaccination status. (Guests under 18 are not required to be vaccinated, but must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test result taken between 5 days and 24 hours prior to the sail date.)
In addition, all guests, including those who have been vaccinated, are required to undergo an antigen COVID-19 rapid test in the terminal prior to boarding. Anyone testing positive will undergo a second test to verify the results, and those with positive test results, as well as everyone in their travel party, will be denied boarding.
In addition, a number of other health and safety measures will be implemented onboard, including required face coverings for all Crew Members and guests age 11 and up, reduced capacity, and physical distancing requirements.
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