Disney Magic is like a pure floating version of Disney’s amazingly popular theme parks, providing a highly programmed, well organised, and strictly timed onboard experience, with tickets, lines, and reservations required for pretty much everything!

Carrying 83,000 tonnes, the 945 crewed ship is ‘twins’ with Disney Wonder, being identically built in 1998. Travellers can relax in one of the three outdoor swimming pools, one for adults, one for families, and one for children. One has a large poolside movie screen, and you can guess what one has has Mickey Mouse’s face and ears painted into the bottom!

There’s also a walk around promenade deck outdoors, and plenty of music – four different types – with it being impossible to find a quiet spot onboard!

Passengers and the waiting staff rotate around three dining rooms for each night of the cruise. Festive Parrot Cay boasts Caribbean flair, and Lumiere’s offers the most elegant setting. In the Animator’s Palate, your surroundings start out in black and white, then gradually develop into full colour during the course of the meal. For the romance, Palo is the alternative restaurants for ‘adults only’.

Theres an extensive children programme, with the ship boasting about 15,000 sq ft of space, solely dedicated to children!

For children of all ages (minimum 12 weeks old), Disney Magic is hard to beat!

Disney Magic will reposition from the USA to Europe this May, offering cruises throughout the Summer from Dover, England and Barcelona.

For more information, visit: https://disneycruise.disney.go.com/ships/magic/

By Editor

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