Disney Wonder


The Disney Wonder is a ship that is distinguished for its sophisticated design and
modern innovation. Along with its sister ship, the Disney Magic, the Disney Wonder
was specially constructed with families in mind, combining sleek style with a splash
of fun. Today, it is one of the most revered and recognizable ocean liners in the world, inspiring awe wherever it pulls into port.

Like the Disney Magic, the Disney Wonder has 11 massive decks, a total length of 964
feet, a maximum width of 106 feet and a gross tonnage of 83,000. It has the capacity
to comfortably accommodate 2,700 passengers, along with 950 Cast and Crew Members
to cater to the needs of Guests on each and every voyage, from dawn until dusk.

Deck Plans

Download the Disney Wonder deck plans.
Aboard the Disney Wonder

Discover the ship's delights for each and every member of your party.
  • Staterooms

    Staterooms on board the Disney Wonder feature modern comforts, ample space
    and elegant nautical decor. Most boast split bathrooms—a feature perfect for
    families& and a cruise line industry first!
  • Youth Clubs

    Youth Clubs aboard the Disney Wonder fulfill the playtime needs of our young
    Guests! Children's activity centers, clubs and special supervised programs are
    found all around the ship.
  • Dining

    Dining options aboard the Disney Wonder range from intimate gourmet to
    casual quick-service. You can enjoy an intimate dinner-for-two just as easily
    as you can grab a bite by the pool with the whole family!
  • Entertainment

    Entertainment aboard the Disney Wonder is offered across a number of
    exciting venues, and all options are designed to fill your days at sea with
    memorable experiences.
  • Pools

    Pools aboard the Disney Wonder are great places to cool down and relax on
    sunny afternoons. On Deck 9, you'll find 3 crystal pools—one for kids, one for
    families, and one just for adults.
  • Nightclubs & Lounges

    Nightclubs & Lounges on the Disney Wonder fill the nights at sea with sizzling
    music, dancing and socializing. Get your kicks on Route 66—the ship's
    "roadside" adults-only entertainment district, featuring the hottest bars and

Construction of the Disney Wonder

The Disney Wonder was built in the year following completion of the Disney Magic.
With the first ship, a long and meticulous process of design and re-design eventually produced a perfect specimen of sleek function and nostalgic glamour—a vessel that
paid homage to a time when ocean liners inspired awe and represented the very best in artistry and architecture.

Fueled by the success of the cruises aboard the Disney Magic, construction of the
Disney Wonder took place in the celebrated Fincantieri shipyards in Italy, known for
excellent engineering, craftsmanship and ingenuity. With the Disney Magic's innovative design, power, speed and beauty proving a winning combination, the Disney Wonder
would be constructed with the same qualities.

Today, the Disney Wonder is a breathtaking ship. Though its exterior is nearly identical
to its sister ship's, its interior features whole new designs that make the experience
of staying aboard the Disney Wonder fresh, exciting and new.


Interior Design of the Disney Wonder
The interior of the Disney Wonder reflects all the majesty and enigmatic beauty of the
seas, with its swirling wave patterns, marble accents and touches of Venetian glass
adding brilliance to the Art Nouveau décor. A bronze statue of Ariel from the classic
animated Disney film The Little Mermaid greets Guests in the lobby—an installment
designed by Disney Imagineers to evoke a feeling of adventure. The same sophistication
and fun that mark this distinctive part of the ship is found throughout the vessel.
Guests are invited to discover the sheer wonder, from the wide expanses of the sunny
decks to the inviting interiors of the cozy staterooms.

From the beginning, the Disney Wonder was meticulously designed to bring the golden
age of ocean liners to life. Specially commissioned paintings, sculptures and woodwork,
as well as rare animation cels from the expansive Disney archive, make the ship's interior inimitable and distinctive. Attention to 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.