A Disney cruise ship
Genius Tips For Choosing The Right Disney Cruise For You
When it comes to choosing a Disney ship, you'll need to consider where you would like to visit, how long your trip will be, and the experience you want to have.
This Art Deco-styled ship was the first to set sail. It goes to the Bahamas and the Panama Canal, holding 2,700 passengers while hosting three Broadway-style shows.
Disney Magic
The ship has a movie theater, sports, and the giant AquaDuck water slide. There are clubs for kids, tweens, teens, and adults, as well as bars, adult lounges, a spa, and pools.
The Dream holds 4,000 passengers and sails in Europe. It offers a variety of shows, but "Beauty and the Beast" is the cruise line's signature production.
Disney Dream
There are activities for kids, teens, and adults to participate in sports, swimming, or lounging. The Disney Dream also offers upscale dining and spas for adults only.
The Fantasy is the sister ship to the Dream and offers many of the same features but usually with longer itineraries. It sails to Bermuda and the Bahamian islands.
Disney Fantasy
On the Disney Fantasy, young Marvel and Star Wars fans can attend the Marvel Super Hero Academy and meet stormtroopers at the Star Wars: Command Post.
The Wish is the largest ship, as it can take 5,000 passengers to the Bahamas. Disney describes it as their "castle at sea" due to its grand fairytale design.
Disney Wish
You can attend shows like "Disney's Aladdin: A Musical Spectacular" and "The Little Mermaid." There’s the AquaMouse, "Frozen"-themed dining, and plenty of Star Wars attractions.
The Art Nouveau-style Disney Wonder sails to Bermuda, Hawaii, Alaska, Vancouver, and Australia, holding 2,713 passengers.
Disney Wonder
On the Alaska route exclusively, kids can also party with Pixar characters. The adult-only restaurants, pubs, pools, and spas are perfect for adult Disney fans.