A Closer Look at Disney Wonder

Disney Wonder Cruises


Disney Wonder may be the sister ship of Disney Magic but her Art Nouveau style interior is more akin to that found on board Disney Fantasy. The attention to detail is just what you would expect from a Disney ship and an element of fun is clearly seen across all of the passenger decks. This ship was built a year after her sister but to the same specifications. Therefore, she also has a capacity of 2,700 guests and is smaller than the two more recent vessels.

With an obvious focus on families, there are areas just for children, spaces that are exclusive to adults and a number of venues where both can come together for some fun. The adult-only areas can mainly be found in the Route 66 section of the ship, whereas there are a number of youth clubs that cater to kids of different ages on deck 5.

The wide range of accommodation options mean that you can find something that suits your budget perfectly. From standard inside staterooms all the way up to the stylish Royal Suites, the levels of comfort on board Disney Wonder are obvious. The dining venues also vary throughout the ship. There are places to grab something on the go, crowd pleasing buffets, venues where families can enjoy a meal and a show together, and refined restaurants that offer sophisticated cuisine for adults only.

Disney Wonder spends the whole year in the Americas, separating her time between Alaska and the Bahamas. She also offers some South American itineraries that traverse the Panama Canal.

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Ships' Registry: The Bahamas


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