Disney CruisesDisney Magic

Created with your entire family in mind, the Disney Magic combines classic nostalgia and modern amenities with Disney’s signature service. Step aboard for spacious staterooms that ensure everyone’s

Onboard Disney Magic

Created with your entire family in mind, the Disney Magic combines classic nostalgia and modern amenities with Disney’s signature service. Step aboard for spacious staterooms that ensure everyone’s comfort.

Get lost in original Broadway-quality entertainment. Indulge in first-rate dining. From bow to stern, set sail for unforgettable storytelling that only Disney could bring to life.

Onboard Disney Magic

Fun & Activities
Entertainment
From dazzling live shows to surprise Disney Character encounters, every moment on the Disney Magic is more memorable than the last.

LIVE SHOWS
Disney storytelling springs to life inside the Walt Disney Theatre. Revisit Disney’s classic princess tale during Twice Charmed: An Original Twist on the Cinderella Story or celebrate the power in believing during Disney Dreams – An Enchanted Classic. Or catch a showing of Tangled: The Musical and be transported to Rapunzel’s fairytale world as the animated characters from the screen come to life on stage.

DECK PARTIES
Kick up your heels, clap your hands and celebrate at open-air music and dance extravaganzas starring Disney Characters, including Mickey’s Sail-A-Wave Party! and Pirate Night.

FIRST-RUN MOVIES
Watch the newest Disney films inside the Buena Vista Theatre or catch a Disney classic under the stars.

CHARACTER GREETINGS
It’s true: Disney Characters love to cruise, too. Meet and Greet some of your favorite Disney Characters at autograph sessions, kids clubs and during surprise encounters throughout your cruise.
A stage play featuring Cinderella, Prince Charming and members of a royal court.

DAILY ACTIVITIES
What happens on days at sea? Disney Cruise Line offers fun-filled onboard activities for every member of the family, including karaoke, game shows and bingo.

Recreation
Inspirational kids clubs, adults-only hotspots, family fun—on the Disney Magic, everyone can have their own dream vacation.

FOR THE ADULTS
While the kids are off having the times of their lives, Guests 18 years of age and older can escape to the privacy and fun of adults-only locales and experiences—including massages at Senses Spa & Salon, intimate dining inside Palo, late-night dancing at Fathoms and live piano music at Keys.

YOUTH CLUBS
Inside Disney’s Oceaneer Club, children can let their imaginations soar in imaginative worlds fueled by Disney storytelling, including Marvel Super Hero Academy. Video games, music and movies are available all day at Edge, a club for tweens. And inside Vibe, teens can socialize in a parents-free, loft-inspired venue where dancing and karaoke are all the rage.

POOLS
Kids and families are invited to splash it up at AquaLab and Goofy’s Pool, while adults can retreat to the relaxing confines of Quiet Cove Pool. Thrill seekers will not want to skip AquaDunk, the exciting drop-out waterslide located high atop the Forward Funnel.

SPORTS AND FITNESS
Stay fit while on vacation at the full-service gym, home to state-of-the-art weight machines, specialized classes and breathtaking ocean views—or shoot some hoops and enjoy the view on the top deck at Wide World of Sports.

Dining
Disney presents a one-of-a kind Rotational Dining plan, you’ll “rotate” to one of 3 different restaurants with a unique menu each night of your cruise, accompanied by servers who cater to your every taste.
Main Dining

Feast your eyes on an astonishing dinner show celebrating Disney storytelling at Animator’s Palate, set your taste buds aflame with American and French fare at Lumiere’s, and delight in a dining adventure with a fabulous fairytale twist at Rapunzel’s Royal Table, inspired by Disney’s hit animated movie Tangled!

Casual Dining

Stroll along a boardwalk-themed buffet of made-to-order favorites for lunch and dinner at Cabanas, sink your paws into burgers and hot dogs at Duck-In Diner, and come alive with a cheesy pie at Pinocchio’s Pizza. You can even grab a quick between-meal snack or satisfy a late-night craving in the comfort of your room with complimentary, 24-hour in-room dining.

Adult Exclusive Dining

Looking for a chic evening out? Indulge in a mouthwatering menu of Northern Italian cuisine with a modern twist at Palo, where Italian-inspired furnishings and live music are served alongside sweeping ocean views.

Staterooms
Inside

Standard Inside Stateroom
With more space than you’d find in same-class rooms on most other cruise ships, our “Standard” is superior.

Standard Inside Stateroom – Accessible
Special features allow Guests requiring accessible accommodations to enjoy comfort and convenience while at sea.

Deluxe Inside Stateroom
Boasting more square footage than a Standard Inside Stateroom, these comfortable quarters offer room for relaxation.

Deluxe Inside Stateroom – Accessible
Boasting more square footage than a Standard Inside Stateroom, these comfortable quarters offer room for relaxation. Read More

Oceanview

Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom
The same square footage as a Deluxe Inside Stateroom, this room type includes delightful porthole vistas.

Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom – Accessible
Be dazzled by incredible sunrises and stunning sunsets through 1 or 2 portholes, all from the plush comfort of your room.

Verandah

Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with White Wall Verandah — Accessible
The perfect home away from home, this room type features generous square footage and a private place to admire the view. Read More

Deluxe Family Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah
Boasting even more square footage than a Deluxe Family Oceanview Stateroom, these spacious quarters let you spread out.

Deluxe Family Oceanview Stateroom with White Wall Verandah – Accessible
Special features allow Guests requiring accessible accommodations to enjoy comfort, convenience and sweeping ocean views.

Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah
The perfect home away from home, this room type offers generous square footage and a private place to admire the view.

Concierge & Suites

Concierge Royal Suite with Verandah
Unparalleled luxury and personal attention combine in our very finest type of suite and our most spacious quarters.

Concierge 1-Bedroom Suite with Verandah – Accessible
Spread out in the Art Deco elegance of your posh new home away from home while enjoying signature Concierge services.

Concierge 1-Bedroom Suite with Verandah
Spread out in the Art Deco elegance of your posh new home away from home while enjoying signature Concierge services.

Concierge 2-Bedroom Suite with Verandah
A lavish retreat for up to 7 Guests, these spacious quarters feature deluxe amenities and signature Concierge services.

Concierge Family Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah
Indulge in a superior level of comfort in your chic new home on the high seas adorned in Art Deco elegance while enjoying signature Concierge services.

Spotlight Onboard
Extra Magic

Tangled: The Musical
Follow the daring adventures of Rapunzel as she escapes her lofty tower in this song-and-dance spectacular based on the film.

Palo
Feast on artfully-prepared Northern Italian cooking amid sweeping sea views at this sophisticated, adult-exclusive restaurant.

Marvel Day at Sea
Join some of Marvel’s mightiest heroes for a super day-long celebration—available on select cruises.

Animator’s Palate
Be drawn into the magic of Disney animation at this restaurant that serves up a unique dinner show starring Disney characters.

Keys
Strike a chord at this intimate, adults-only nightclub inspired by the swanky piano bars of Hollywood’s glamourous Golden Age.

Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique
Step inside this enchanted beauty salon that offers magical, head-to-toe makeovers for young princesses, pirates and knights.

Western Caribbean Ports of Call
The Caribbean welcomes visitors with its white-sand beaches, warm azure waters and exotic local flavors. A rum-soaked pirate past, colonial wars and sugar plantations are part of its legacy, giving rise to a present where cultures blend in a most intoxicating way.

Costa Maya, Mexico
Comprised of 2 small villages, this relatively new tourist destination is home to stunning Uvero Beach, the pyramids of Chacchoben and the largest reef in Mexico, Banco Chinchorro.

Cozumel, Mexico
With 20 miles of protected coral reef, this island paradise is popular among snorkelers and scuba divers. The Xel-Há Mayan ruins and jewelry shopping are also a huge draw.

Disney Castaway Cay, Bahamas
Exclusively for Disney Cruise Line Guests, this private island paradise features white-sand beaches for families, adults and teens and recreational opportunities for all ages.

Falmouth, Jamaica
Historic Falmouth is your gateway to some of Jamaica’s most renowned destinations, including the waterfalls of Ocho Rios, the beaches of Negril and Montego Bay.

George Town, Grand Cayman
On this largest of the Cayman Islands, bask in the natural beauty of Seven Mile Beach and enjoy worldly pleasures like luxury shopping and cosmopolitan dining in George Town.

Key West, Florida
With its charming gingerbread Victorian cottages and balmy tropical breezes, it’s easy to see why this island paradise was once the muse of Ernest Hemingway and Tennessee Williams.

Galveston, Texas
A Gulf Coast port of departure on its own island, historic Galveston welcomes guests with its southern charm, 19th-century buildings, sunny beaches and the 242-acre Moody Gardens.

Miami, Florida
Vibrant and colorful, this port of departure known for its New World cuisine, pastel skyscrapers and sizzling South Beach scenery is the perfect beginning to your cruise adventure.

Port Canaveral, Florida
Home of the world-famous Kennedy Space Center, this port of departure is also about one hour away from Walt Disney World Resort, an exciting potential stop before or after your cruise.

Progreso, Mexico
Located on Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula, this port city offers an oceanfront promenade lined with white-sand beaches and thatch-roofed restaurants, and is a gateway to inland Mayan archeological sites.

Eastern Caribbean Ports of Call

Disney Castaway Cay, Bahamas
Exclusively for Disney Cruise Line Guests, this private island paradise features white-sand beaches for families, adults and teens and recreational opportunities for all ages.

Philipsburg, St. Maarten
This singularly beautiful island retreat offers 2 vacations in one: pristine beaches and upscale boutiques on its French side and heady nightlife and inventive cocktails on its Dutch side.

St. Thomas, U.S.Virgin Islands
Breathtaking beaches, luxury-item bargain shopping, world-class golfing and watersports, and unspoiled natural beauty render these sister islands a vacationer’s paradise.

Tortola, British Virgin Islands
Once the refuge of infamous pirates including Captain Blackbeard, Tortola is now a haven for visitors from around the world, with outstanding sailing, snorkeling and sun worshiping.

Galveston, Texas
A Gulf Coast port of departure on its own island, historic Galveston welcomes guests with its southern charm, 19th-century buildings, sunny beaches and the 242-acre Moody Gardens.

Miami, Florida
Vibrant and colorful, this port of departure known for its New World cuisine, pastel skyscrapers and sizzling South Beach scenery is the perfect beginning to your cruise adventure.

New York, New York
Bustling with excitement, the Big Apple surrounds visitors with iconic sights, from Central Park to Ellis Island. You can even tour the city solo and create your own New York adventure!

Port Canaveral, Florida
Home of the world-famous Kennedy Space Center, this port of departure is also about one hour away from Walt Disney World Resort, an exciting potential stop before or after your cruise.

San Juan, Puerto Rico
Year-round warmth, blue cobblestone streets, brightly colored buildings and a romantic Conquistador past make this oldest of U.S.-territory cities an appealing stop.

Southern Caribbean Ports of Call

Basseterre, St. Kitts
Escape to this small West Indies island with African, European and Caribbean influences for unspoiled beaches, a lush rainforest and a hikeable dormant volcano with a massive crater.

Bridgetown, Barbados
A beautiful limestone island ringed by coral reefs, the most densely populated eastern Caribbean island is true to its English roots while abounding in lively Spanish, Amerindian and African flavors.

Castries, St. Lucia
A dreamy island paradise steeped in French and African culture, Castries, St. Lucia boasts sparkling beaches, lush mountains and a colorful rainforest with cascading waterfalls and distinctive flora and fauna.

Disney Castaway Cay, Bahamas
Exclusively for Disney Cruise Line Guests, this private island paradise features white-sand beaches for families, adults and teens and recreational opportunities for all ages.

Fort-de-France, Martinique
Charming cafés and fantastic shopping juxtapose world-famous beaches and mountainous landscapes in this capital city with an appealing blend of Caribbean and French culture.

Kralendijk, Bonaire
African, Asian, European and Indian influences fuse in this cultural mecca flush with coral reefs, caves and historic architecture.

Oranjestad, Aruba
Part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Aruba is a paradox of cactus-studded land and unforgettable beaches just 18 miles north of the Venezuelan coast.

St. John’s, Antigua
In contrast to its past of British colonialism and sugar plantations, Antigua now boasts some of the Caribbean’s finest resorts, several celebrity homes and gorgeous Half Moon Bay.

Tortola, British Virgin Islands
Once the refuge of infamous pirates including Captain Blackbeard, Tortola is now a haven for visitors from around the world, with outstanding sailing, snorkeling and sun worshiping.

Willemstad, Curaçao
The southern Caribbean Sea holds an island gem awash with Dutch architecture in vibrant hues, cosmopolitan shopping and world-class snorkeling.

Port Canaveral, Florida
Home of the world-famous Kennedy Space Center, this port of departure is also about one hour away from Walt Disney World Resort, an exciting potential stop before or after your cruise.

San Juan, Puerto Rico
Year-round warmth, blue cobblestone streets, brightly colored buildings and a romantic Conquistador past make this oldest of U.S.-territory cities an appealing port of departure.

European Ports of Call
The birthplace of western civilization brims with contiguous cultures that have both collided and combined throughout history to produce the world’s most iconic monuments and masterpieces. Experience them for yourself as you sail from majestic fjords to quaint fishing villages.

Akureyri, Iceland
Your gateway to Northern Iceland’s natural wonders including thundering waterfalls and volcanic hotspots, this second-largest city offers whale watching and geothermal swimming pools.

Ålesund, Norway
This picturesque fishing town at the entrance of the Geirangerfjord is renowned for its utterly charming Art Nouveau architecture, majestic mountains and shimmering waterways.

Amsterdam, Netherlands
The capital of the Netherlands is an urban wonderland revered for its culture of tolerance, picturesque canals and dynamic sites.

Belfast, Northern Ireland
There’s no shortage of natural wonders, savory cuisine and entertainment in a locale famous for its Giant’s Causeway and playing host to a number of Game of Thrones filming locations.

Bergen, Norway
Nestled between 7 magnificent mountains, this gateway to the fjords retains its medieval flavor with buildings as old as the 13th century, when Bergen became a major mercantile center.

Brest, France
Uncover a variety of things to do within this restored naval base—from visiting Europe’s largest ocean discovery park to unwinding on the golden sands of Plage du Moulin Blanc.

Cherbourg, France
A blissful retreat on the tip of the Cotentin Peninsula harbors a bounty of treasures for history buffs, nature lovers and pleasure-seekers alike.

Cobh (Cork), Ireland
The River Lee flows through this landmark destination where ships drop anchor to admire bonny hills, statuesque churches, bustling markets and romantic bridges.

Copenhagen, Denmark
An intriguing blend of Old World and cutting-edge, this departure point is one of Europe’s most visited port cities and the inspiration for Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Mermaid.

Dover, England
This historic port is famed for its dramatic white cliffs, a focal point of defense and attack during WWI and II. Explore its subterranean tunnels and spy France across the Channel!

Dublin, Ireland
Handsome Georgian architecture, convivial pubs, personality-laden locals, budding multiculturalism and a small-town feel make this capital city incomparably charismatic.

Eidfjord, Norway
Sail the length of Norway’s second-longest fjord to discover this charming port town—gateway to a land of breathtaking mountains, valleys and waterfalls.

Fredericia, Denmark
Get a fascinating look at this Danish town’s military history by wandering through its massive city walls—and a taste for the local vibe by sampling traditional dishes and visiting the whimsical Madsby Legepark.

Gdynia (Gdańsk), Poland
This former fishing village lies along the Baltic coast of Poland in the Gulf of Gdansk and became a large harbor during World War I.

Geiranger, Norway
The entryway to the UNESCO World Heritage Site the Geirangerfjord, this tiny rural village is a nature lover’s paradise, with lush farms, snow-capped mountains and cascading waterfalls.

Gothenburg, Sweden
Anticipate countless cultural possibilities when you call upon this laid-back seaport—home to Sweden’s most popular amusement park, verdant parks and a burgeoning creative arts scene.

Greenock, Scotland
Along with its sister town Gourock on the River Clyde, Greenock is a small resort town frequented by day-tripping Glasgow families, with historic buildings and scenic firth views.

Hebrides, Scotland
Cruise through a fascinating chain of inner and outer isles, an unspoiled haven that has been an inspiration for myths and legends.

Helsinki, Finland
Finland’s largest city offers a captivating blend of cosmopolitan excitement and small-town charm as well as imposing neoclassical architecture modeled after that of St. Petersburg.

Invergordon, Scotland
Your gateway to the Highlands, this wee seaside town is situated on protected Cromarty Firth. By ferry, you can spot the many dolphins, seals and whales that migrate here seasonally.

Kirkwall (Orkney), Scotland
Just beyond this town on the Orkney Islands, visit the Heart of Neolithic Orkney, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that includes the Standing Stones of Stenness and the Ring of Brodgar.

Kristiansand, Norway
Named for King Christian IV of Denmark, this easily walkable port city welcomes visitors with its charming marina, boardwalk and colorful town center, home to a neo-Gothic cathedral.

Le Havre (Paris), France
France’s second-largest port city, completely rebuilt with modernist architecture after the 1944 Allied bombings, is one of Europe’s few contemporary UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Liverpool, England
Home of the Beatles, this northern city on the Mersey River gives London’s museums and art galleries a run for their money, while a sly wit and a mania for football colors its character.

Molde, Norway
Nestled between the Romsdal Mountains and the coast, this “Town of Roses” treats guests to beautiful blooms and a spellbinding view of a majestic fjord and 222 snowcapped mountains.

Newcastle upon Tyne, England
Industrial grit, Victorian elegance, urban sophistication and modern architecture characterize this northern city with a large student population and an impenetrable Geordie dialect.

Nordfjordeid, Norway
This port—near the biggest glacier in mainland Europe and the oldest stave church in the country—is home to Norway’s largest Viking ship as well as many delightful shops.

Nynäshamn (Stockholm), Sweden
Enjoy easy access to sunny Stockholm by train and delve into some of the city’s biggest draws—eclectic museums, fashion-forward boutiques and its stunning natural scenery.

Olden, Norway
This tiny town along the 66-mile Nordfjord ushers you into the Oldedalen river valley, where a glacier-fed lake, cascading waterfalls and towering mountains offer amazing photo opportunities.

Oslo, Norway
Norway’s capital is a high-culture, eco-friendly metropolitan port city where you can view Edward Munch’s Scream and stroll the central shopping district to the Royal Palace.

Peter Port, Guernsey
Dock at its capital, St. Peter Port, and admire soaring sea cliffs and sandy bays. Victor Hugo’s home during his 15-year exile, when he wrote Les Miserables, is also found on this island.

Plymouth, England
Plymouth serves as the British “Ocean City,” boasting a rich history and featuring the Elizabethan House museum, which houses antiques and captures the lifestyle of the 1500s.

Portland, (Stonehenge), England
An island made of limestone in the English Channel is a central part of the Jurassic Coast and a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is etched with natural beauty.

Reykjavik, Iceland
Part Old Norse and part modern city, Iceland’s capital charms visitors with its colorful driftwood houses, ruggedly beautiful coastline and world-renowned geothermal springs.

Ringaskiddy (Cork), Ireland
The city of Cork offers travelers the chance to get swept away in the beauty of its verdant landscapes and to explore many historical landmarks including Blarney Castle—one of the most famous attractions in Ireland.

Rostock, Germany
Close to the Baltic Sea and beautiful beaches, Rostock features historic gates and churches as well as fine seafood restaurants.

St. Petersburg, Russia
Oft described as Russia’s most westernized city as well as its cultural capital, St. Petersburg is a trove of neoclassical and Baroque architecture, with around 4,000 UNESCO-listed monuments.

Stavanger, Norway
Historic Stavanger is home to Norway’s oldest cathedral, a Viking monument to Norway’s first king and Pulpit Rock, a dramatic cliff with sweeping views 2,000 feet above sea level.

Stockholm, Sweden
With a population of over 2 million, Sweden’s capital is where museums, luxury shopping, international banks and Old World architecture spanning several periods stand side by side.

Tallinn, Estonia
The varied architecture of this bustling Baltic city reflects Estonia’s many past rulers, with Danish, German and Russian-style buildings, including Peter the Great’s Kadriorg Palace.

Visby, Sweden
From Viking treasures to medieval ruins to charming seaside villages, experience the wonders of this unforgettable destination.

Zeebrugge (Bruges), Belgium
Lying on the North Sea, Zeebrugge is Europe’s largest fish market and port. It’s also a resort city, filled with a delightful marina, beaches and cafés.

Adventures by Disney
To discover the best of Europe, enhance your cruise vacation with immersive Adventures by Disney Experiences: a pre- or post-cruise Escape or a Cruise Package on ship and onshore during your voyage.

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