Disney Magic

The Disney Magic, the cruise line’s paradigm ship that debuted in 1998, begins with the appearance and feel of the classic days of ocean travel. The distinctive look, with a yellow stripe around the vessel, is seen from afar, but beyond this eye-catching exterior is a newly-reimagineered design of luxuries, technology, and comforts for 2,700 passengers.

The ship travels a significant portion of Disney’s itineraries, with trips lasting anywhere from three to 14 nights: the Caribbean, Bahamas, the Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Norwegian fjords, Dover to Barcelona, and transatlantic voyages.

No matter how you choose to travel on board the Disney Magic, you’ll have a chance to take in the stunning exterior. Specially-commissioned paintings, sculptures, and woodwork enliven the space, while rare animation cells offer a stunning sight into Disney’s past. The center is the three-story atrium lobby that depicts an undersea garden scene, with a bronze statue of Helmsman Mickey and a chandelier casting a sun ray effect about the area.


Disney’s staterooms and cabins are designed with families in mind, with more space, accommodations for at least four people, and split baths.

Inside deluxe and standard rooms and Deluxe Oceanview staterooms start with these basic accommodations. Going above are the Concierge Royal, 2-Bedroom, and 1-Bedroom Suites with Verandahs, which not only provide more space but feature accommodations for five to seven people. These rooms contain a combination of two bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, a media library, wet bar, dining space, whirlpool tub, and a walk-in closet.


The Disney Magic features Main Restaurants, specialty options, quick dining, and adults-only spaces, including the following:

Animator’s Palate: Enjoy delicious cuisine in a restaurant inspired by Disney’s centuries’ worth of creations.

Cabanas: This indoor-outdoor casual dining spot offers meals for the entire family, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Eye Scream and Frozone Treats and Daisy’s De-Lites: These two casual dining spots let you pick up a quick snack during your time on the Disney Magic.

Lumiere’s: This Main Dining restaurant inspired by Beauty and the Beast serves up contemporary American cuisine in a casual atmosphere.

Palo: This adults-only option is a great spot for having a meal of Italian dishes, or for scheduling brunch.

Pete’s Boiler Bites: Grab a hamburger or another casual meal in this quick service dining spot.

Pinocchio’s Pizzeria and Preludes: From pizza to snack bar fare, get a quick meal on the go at each of these casual dining restaurants.


As you go about your time on the Disney Magic, you’ll have the opportunity to lounge in pools, visit the After Hours entertainment district, see a movie in the Buena Vista Theater, or watch a Broadway-style, 50-minute show in the Walt Disney Theater.

What makes the Disney Magic unique are the Youth Clubs on board, with options for all ages:

D Lounge: This family entertainment center, with a bright, comfortable lounge feel, is the perfect spot for everyone to try games and new challenges together.

Disney Oceaneer Club: This supervised space features activities, from games to dress-up, for children.

Disney Oceanceer Lab: Children get to explore and learn in this supervised computer lab.

Edge: This space for tweens (ages 11 to 14) presents opportunities for socializing, playing games, and watching TV.

Vibe: This teens’ lounge (ages 14 to 17) features an area for playing video games, surfing the internet, watching television, and socializing.

Quarter Matters: Try out arcade games or play air hockey in this entertainment area for the whole family.

See beautiful areas of the world with the entire family on board the Disney Magic. To schedule your trip today, browse through Direct Line Cruises first, and then make reservations.