Disney Wonder Review
About This Ship
Cruise Ship Overview
Disney Cruise Line’s second ship Disney Wonder was introduced in 1999 in the wake of her successful sister ship Disney Magic. Distinguished by its sophisticated design, it was constructed with families in mind, combining a sleek ocean liner style with splashes of fun. Disney Wonder sails a series of Alaska cruises through the summer from Vancouver, British Columbia, and then heads to Galveston for a season of Caribbean itineraries.
Reminiscent of classic ocean liners, Disney vessels have two funnels (the forward one is nonfunctional) and high-tech interiors behind their art deco and art nouveau styling. Whimsical design accents cleverly incorporate images of Mickey Mouse and his friends without overpowering the warm and elegant decor. Artwork showcases the creativity of Disney artists and animators. The atmosphere is never stuffy.
More than 15,000 square feet—nearly an entire deck—are devoted to children's activity centers, outdoor activity areas, and swimming pools. Theaters cater to family entertainment with large-scale production shows, movies, dances, lively game shows, and even 3-D movies.
Adults-only hideaways include an avenue of theme bars and lounges tucked into the area just forward of the lobby atrium; the Promenade Lounge, near the aft elevator lobby; and Cove Café, a quiet spot adjacent to the adult pool to relax with coffee or a cocktail, surf the Internet, or read.
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