Launched a year after its sister ship the Disney Magic, the Disney Wonder maintains many of its qualities and sticks with a similar size and arrangement of features. The sophisticated, 11-deck ship built with families in mind offers room for 2,700 passengers and currently covers a range of itineraries: Hawaii, the Panama Canal, weekend getaways, the Bahamas, Vancouver and Alaska, and the Caribbean.
Disney built this ship with architecture and artistry in mind, creating a glamorous vessel with an Art Nouveau look in the process. Across its interior are wave patterns, marble accents, and Venetian glass, as well as a prominent bronze statue of Ariel from The Little Mermaid. Rare animation cells, woodwork, commissioned paintings, sculptures, and murals add to the Disney character throughout.
The Disney Wonder’s staterooms consider a family’s needs, with more space, extra storage, and split baths. Standard Interior and Oceanview Staterooms, with or without verandahs, offer basic features, while the Concierge Royal, 2-Bedroom, and 1-Bedroom Suites with Verandahs take accommodations up to the next level. These luxurious, spacious rooms feature two bedrooms and 2.5 baths, along with a media library, wet bar, dining space, walk-in closet, and whirlpool bath.
From casual fare to more upscale restaurants and themed options, the Disney Wonder offers something for everyone, including adults-only spaces. Dining options include:
Animator’s Palate: This Main Dining Restaurant lets families have all three meals of the day in a setting inspired by Disney animation.
Palo: Disney’s Italian restaurant presents delicious cuisine in a setting just for adults.
Beach Blanket Buffet: American and international cuisine are served buffet style for breakfast and lunch. For dinner, this family-friendly establishment turns into a table-service, plated restaurant, with indoor and outdoor seating.
Goofy’s Gallery: This quick service, outdoor eatery serves meals for breakfast and lunch and offers evening snacks.
Pinocchio’s Pizzeria: Grab something quick on the go.
Pluto’s Dog House and Preludes: These quick-service restaurants offer hamburgers, hot dogs, and other grab-and-go meals.
Parrot Cay: This Main Dining Restaurant serves American and Caribbean-style food for all three meals.
Triton’s: Inspired by the Little Mermaid, this eatery focuses on contemporary American and French cuisine for all three meals.
The Disney Wonder entertains everyone with several live shows, Character Experiences, and productions in its theaters, but Youth Clubs are where children stay engaged with immersive activities throughout the day. Options include:
Two Nurseries: Spaces designed for children 3 years of age and younger.
Disney Oceaneer Club: Children can dress up and play games in this supervised space.
Disney Oceaneer Lab: This computer lab offers an experience for children to learn as they’re on the high seas.
Edge: This tweens-only room (for those 11 to 14) features age-appropriate activities, including television and video games.
Vibe: This teens-only space (for those 14 to 17) offers an opportunity to socialize, play games, and watch television.
D Lounge: Have the whole family stay entertained in this comfortable, colorful lounge area.
Studio At Sea: This television studio-style space lets families sing songs, dance, and play games.
Muppets Adventure Game: Play the “Case of the Stolen Show,” in which you and your children look for clues around the ship.
Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique: Princesses and pirates can come in to dress up and get made over.
Arr-Cade and Quarter Matters: Try out and play video games of all types in these two arcade spaces.
Explore the world with your children on board the Disney Wonder. To find the latest itineraries, browse Direct Line Cruises and then schedule your trip.