Disney Wonder Cruise Ship Profile

Ship Features, Itinerary, News, Photos, Review, Accommodations, Notable Rooms, Dining Venues, Kid's Areas, Deck Plan, Outdoor Spaces, Smoking Sections



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CDC Ratings

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2009 Rating 100 (May)
2009 Rating 98 (Nov)
2010 Rating 95 (May)
2010 Rating 99 (Oct)
2011 Rating 96 (May)
2011 Rating 99 (Dec)
2012 Rating 95 (Jun)
2013 Rating 92 (Feb)
2013 Rating 91 (Sept)
2014 Rating 91 (Feb)
2014 Rating 97 (Jun)
2014 rating 99 (Nov)
2015 Rating 99 (June)
2016 Rating 96 (Jun)
2017 Rating 100 (Feb)
2019 Rating 100 (Oct)

The Center For Disease Control (CDC) performs unannounced inspections, which are conducted twice a year and required for any cruise ship with an international itinerary calling at a U.S. port. Vessels are evaluated proper food handling, preparation and storage procedures, and overall galley cleanliness. Ships’ potable water supplies used in spas and pools are evaluated, as well.

Deck Plan

Deck 11

Vibe Teen Lounge

Deck 10

Wild World of Sports Open Activity Center, Palo, Outlook Café

Deck 9

Spa & Fitness Center, Quiet Cove, Beach Blanket Buffet, Mickey's Pool, Signals Bar, Video Arcade, Cove Café, Big Screen TV, Table Tennis, Goofy's Family Pool, PInocchio's Pizzeria

Deck 8

The Bridge and passenger staterooms

Deck 7

Passenger staterooms

Deck 6

Passenger staterooms

Deck 5

Passenger staterooms, Oceaneer Club and Lab , Flounder's Reef, Buena Vista Theater

Deck 4

Walt Disney Theater & Preludes, Shuffleboard, Boutiques, Studio at Sea, Photo Studio, Animator's Palate

Deck 3

Walt Disney Theater, Route 66 area with the Cadillac Lounge, Wave Bands, Promenade Lounge, Boutiques, Atrium, Guest Services, Triton's, Lumineere's, Internet Café, Parrot Cay

Deck 2

Conference rooms, Edge, Passenger staterooms

Deck 1

Medical Center, Edge Tween Club, Passenger staterooms

Kid's Programs

Flounder's Nursery

Little Mermaid-themed daycare center that provides care for little ones ages 3 months to 3 years. Located on Deck 5, Aft. 

The Oceaneer Club

Neverland-themed play space for 3-12 year olds and the  Oceaneer Lab, a whacky and interactive laboratory exclusively for 8-12 year olds. The area includes child-friendly computers, rope bridge and nest slide, stage for games, dress-up area, and a dance floor. The lab features characters from Pixar's Toy Story and includes a science lab.

Ocean Quest

Nautical theme space just for youth activities. Computer and video games, arts and crafts activities, plasma screens for  movies and a simulator game, Kid-size replica of the ship's bridge and LCD screen "windows" with views from the actual bridge lets kids steer the Disney Wonder in and out of ports around the world.


Loft-style lounge for Tweens ages 11-14. Located midship on Deck 2, this lounge and interactive play space is set up with plush couches, high-tech entertainment—videogames, televisions and computers—and features guided activities.

Aloft/Vibe Teen Center 

(ages 13-17) on Deck 10

Teens-exclusive activity center located on Deck 11, Midship in the non-functioning smoke stack. Open 24 hours a day.  Watch television, play videogames, and enjoy a variety of activities. 

Adults Only

Quiet Cove Pool

Quiet Cove, the serene pool retreat reserved for the enjoyment of adults, features a pool with cascading waterfalls from two hot tubs. Teak deck and lounge chairs with plush cushions line the pool, creating an inviting, stylish ambiance in line with the Vista Spa and Salon. Cove Café, the ship’s sophisticated coffee lounge, incorporates a seating area with plush, comfortable chairs providing the perfect venue to relax while sipping a cup of gourmet coffee.

Outlook Bar

Adults-only bar overlooking the pool deck on deck 10 (forward).


Adults-only cocktail bar located on Deck 9, Midship.

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Disney Wonder

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The Disney Wonder is the second cruise ship operated by Disney Cruise Line and was launched in 1999. The Disney Wonder's Godmother is Tinkerbell.  The Disney Wonder boasts 11 expansive decks, a total length of 964 feet, and a maximum width of 106 feet. The vessel received many of the upgrades as featured on her sister ship, Disney Magic, during a scheduled drydock in October 2006.

The interior of the Disney Wonder reflects all the majesty and enigmatic beauty of the seas, with its swirling wave patterns, marble accents and touches of Venetian glass adding brilliance to the Art Nouveau décor. A bronze statue of Ariel from the classic animated Disney film The Little Mermaid greets Guests in the lobby—an installment designed by Disney Imagineers to evoke a feeling of adventure. The same sophistication and fun that mark this distinctive part of the ship is found throughout the vessel.

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Itinerary Dining Venues
CDC Ratings Outdoor Venues
Deck Plan Kid's Programs
Adults Only  



Launched: 1999

Refurbished: 2006

GRT: 83,000

Length: 964 ft.

Draft: 25.3 ft.

Speed: 22 Knots

Passengers: 2,700


Disney Cruise Line accommodations were specifically designed with families in mind. Every room features art deco touches harking back to the cruising era of the 1920s and 1930s. Rooms feature teak accents, crown moldings, and original artwork.

Standard Stateroom Amenities

Queen-size bed or 2 twin beds, a single convertible sofa, and upper-berth pull-down bed. Remote-control flat screen TV, ample closet space, cooling box, in-room safe, phone with voice-mail messaging, individual climate control, iPod docking station, couch, desk, chair, privacy curtain, porthole mirror, and privacy curtain to partition the room. A full bath with vanity, hair dryer, tub, and shower.

Stateroom sizes

Inside 184 - 214 Sq. ft.
Ocean view 241 Sq. Ft.
Verandah 246 - 304  Sq. ft. w/veranda
Suite 614 - 1029  Sq. ft. w/veranda


The Deluxe Interior has a spilt bath to allow multiple people to use the facilities.

Ocean View

The Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom features a designated area to watch TV and movies on a comfortable couch that converts to a bed. Ocean view staterooms have one large porthole or two smaller portholes with views of the sea.


Navigator verandahs are fully enclosed with a large, rectangular porthole for views of the sea. The Deluxe Verandah has a spilt bath complete with sinks and the verandah includes deck lights, patio furniture, plexiglass-covered railings, and child-proof locks.

Concierge Suites

In addition to verandah amenities , concierge guests receive pre-arrival services like booking onboard amenities and shore excursions. Guests have access to the onboard concierge lounge where complimentary food and beverages are served all day. The concierge sundeck is a private area to soak up the sun's rays and relax in a secluded area. Guests receive other upgraded amenities like afternoon canapes, fruit, and cookies, a media library, and personal robe and slippers.

Dining Venues

Disney's main dining rooms used rotational dining, providing guests with the opportunity to eat in each of the unique dining rooms. The servers follow the guests to each venue. The three themed rotating dining rooms primarily serve dinner between 5:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. (Main Seating) and 8:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. (Second Seating).

$= Specialty restaurant, surcharge applies

Animator's Palate

A 462-seat, main dining restaurant located on Deck 3, Aft that serves contemporary Pacific Rim cuisine made up of Pacific Island foods, Asian cooking techniques, fresh California fare and a host of other cultural and culinary influences.


Located on Deck 3, Midship.  Serving contemporary American cuisine for breakfast and lunch in a casual setting, and French-inspired continental cuisine amid a more refined atmosphere for dinner. The restaurant is elegantly themed after the hit Disney movie, Little Mermaid.

Parrot Cay

Located on Deck 3, Aft. Inspired by the relaxed feel of the tropics, Parrot Cay boasts classic American fare for breakfast and lunch, and Caribbean island grill house specialties for dinner.

Beach Blanket Buffet

Indoor/outdoor buffet  located on Deck 9, Aft that serves classic American and international cuisine. During breakfast and lunch, Beach Blanket Buffet offers the finest in buffet dining; at dinnertime, the restaurant is transformed into a casual yet elegant sit-down restaurant serving Main Dining specialties.

Goofy's Galley and Pluto's Dog House

Two quick service restaurants for those looking for a quick bite near the Mickey's Pool area. A variety of snacks, sandwiches and beverages are served during lunchtime and late-night hours.

Daisy's Delights

Daisy's De-Lites on the Disney Magic is an outdoor Quick Service dining location on Deck 9, Aft next to the AquaLab pool area, serving breakfast, lunch and early evening snacks. It is open from approximately 11am-7pm every day.


Lunch at Pinocchio's Pizzeria is served from approximately 10:45 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily, except during visits to Castaway Cay when lunch is served from noon to 3:00 p.m.

Palo ($)

The 130-seat, Adult Exclusive restaurant located on Deck 10, Aft that boasts Northern Italian cuisine for dinner nightly, in addition to brunch on 4-night and longer cruises, and high tea on 7-night and longer cruises. Reservations are required and can be made online or upon boarding the ship. $25 per person surcharge applies for brunch and dinner.

Preludes Lounge

A good meeting lounge outside the Walt Disney Theater serving beverages and snacks. Only open during live show performances.

Room Service

Disney Cruise Line Room Service available 24 hours a day, for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Snacks are also available throughout the day and night. On the final night of your cruise, Room Service is available until 1:30 a.m. 

Notable Features

The Walt Disney Theater

Entertainment on the Disney Magic includes an almost endless array of fantastic offerings that everyone in your family is sure to love. Behold Broadway-caliber, song-and-dance spectaculars starring some of your favorite Disney Characters daily in the Walt Disney Theatre.


Located on Deck 3, Forward in the Route 66 section. Country club/sports bar/karaoke bar. Families can take part in fun-filled activities or watch a televised sporting event during the day; and adults can sing karaoke or enjoy a cocktail at night.

Buena Vista Theater

Located on Deck 5 is this 268 seat 3-D movie cinema featuring Disney movies.


WaveBands, a club located on Deck 3, Forward in the Route 66 section on the Disney Wonder, is a futuristic-looking venue that resembles the interior of a giant radio. During the day, Guests of all ages can participate in a number of fun-filled games and activities; while at night, adults are invited to mingle over mixed drinks, dance or sing karaoke.

Cadillac Lounge

Cadillac Lounge, a piano bar located on Deck 3, Forward in the Route 66 section on the Disney Wonder, is an intimate spot with a classic Cadillac theme, where adults can listen to live music, enjoy a cocktail and unwind.

Quarter Masters

Arcade located on Deck 9, Midship next to Quiet Cove Pool.  

Cove Café

Coffee bar, library, reading room and Internet Café.

Studio Sea

Family entertainment center where the whole family can sing, dance, play, and watch live entertainment all together!

Outdoor Features

Goofy's Family Pool

Goofy's Pool, one of 3 freshwater pools on the Disney Magic, is a pool designed for families located on Deck 9, Midship, open from approximately 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.  Maximum depth of 4 feet. 2 whirlpool spas, perfect for parents looking to unwind and relax while keeping their children in full view. The Goofy's Pool area includes a state-of-the-art, jumbo 24-by-14-foot LED screen—Funnel Vision—atop the Forward funnel on Deck 9.

Mickey's Pool

Mickey's Pool, one of 3 freshwater pools on the Disney Magic, is a Mickey Mouse-shaped children's pool located at Deck 9 Aft. Designed for kids ages 3 months - 3 years.  Open from approximately 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.  Mickey's Pool is heated if the temperature falls below 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Maximum water depth is two feet. Mickey's Pool area includes comfortable deck chairs, available on a first-come, first-served basis. Games and activities are hosted by Cast Members in the Mickey's Pool area at various times daily.

Mickey’s Splash Zone

Toddler water playground inspired by Fantasia’s Sorcerer’s Apprentice. This 385-square-foot extension to the Mickey Pool on deck 9 features star- and moon-shaped interactive fountains, a soft play surface and whimsical splash zones; creating an inviting environment for children not yet toilet trained and in swim diapers.

Mickey's Pool Slide

For children who want to experience a little excitement when cooling down, Mickey's Pool boasts a twisting, one-deck-high yellow slide suspended by a gigantic Mickey Mouse hand. To use the slide, children must be between the ages of 4 and 14, with a minimum height of 38 inches and a maximum height of 64 inches.

The United States Public Health Service requires that only children who are toilet trained be permitted to enter swimming pools onboard cruise ships. Children under 3 years of age who are not toilet trained can make waves at the Splash Zone next to Mickey's Pool. This special play area has been designed exclusively for the enjoyment of children wearing swim diapers.

Coast Guard personal flotation devices (PFDs), water wings and flotation sewn into bathing suits can be brought onboard and are permitted in Goofy's Pool and Mickey's Pool. However, floats, rafts and fun noodles cannot be brought onboard and are not permitted in the pools.

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