15 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Cruising With Disney

15. Four times the charm

The Disney Cruise Line is comprised of four very versatile vessels—the Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, Disney Fantasy, and the Disney Dream. While each one shares in the same signature touches you’ve come to love and expect of Disney quality standards, they all have individual defining attributes. Both Disney Magic and Disney Wonder span a grand total of 964 feet in length, which according to the Disney Cruise Line team, is actually longer than all of Main Street U.S.A. at the Magic Kingdom in Disney World. Both are comprised of 875 staterooms and can accommodate up to 2,400 passengers. Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream are even larger, having been built for longer excursions and standing two whole decks higher than the former two. Stretching an impressive 1,115 feet in length these ships are even longer than the Eiffel Tower in Paris is tall. Boasting 1,250 staterooms, these vessels can hold up to 4,000 passengers and a gross tonnage of 128,000. Disney Magic was the first in the fleet, having set sail on her maiden voyage back in 1998. Disney Wonder premiered the following year in 1999, with Disney Dream following suit early in 2011. Disney Fantasy is the newest addition, having launched in 2012. Recent announcements have revealed that there are currently three new Disney Cruise Line ships slated to join the fleet tentatively between the years 2021 and 2023. No names have been confirmed yet, but Disney has mentioned that these three ships will be even larger than both Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy and also contain 1,250 staterooms.








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