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Disney Magic
Disney Cruise Line

Built in 1998

83,000 tons
1,754 passengers (double capacity)
Staterooms: 875
Crew: 945
Length is 964 feet
Width is 106 feet.
Draft is 25.3 feet.
Cruising speed is 21.5 knots
Maximum speed is 24 knots

FUN FACTS

Disney Magic's interiors are inspired by art deco, which is characterized by slender forms, straight lines, and a sleekness expressive of modern technology.  

Each of the three dining rooms on Disney Magic are themed—Lumière’s is Beauty and the Beast; Parrot Cay is Caribbean style; and Animator’s Palate features artistic décor that changes from black-and-white to full-color during the meal.

Passengers on Disney Magic dine in all three main restaurants by “rotation”—moving nightly from one to the next together with their assigned waiters. 

Featuring Italian cuisine, Palo is the Disney Magic’s adults-only alternative restaurant. 

Evening dress on Disney Magic is resort casual for dinner in Animator’s Palate and Parrot Cay; however, a jacket for men and dresses or pantsuits for ladies are suggested when dining in Lumière’s and Palo. 

Disney Magic is the first cruise ship built with two funnels since the 1950’s. 

Classic Disney movies and first-run films are shown in the Disney Magic’s cinema.

The Disney Magic’s sports deck features a paddle tennis court, table tennis, basketball court, shuffleboard, and a golf driving range.

Aboard Disney ships, 73% of the staterooms have outside ocean views and 60% of those have private verandahs.

Passengers can serve themselves complimentary soft drinks from a beverage station near the lido buffet restaurant.

Sorcerer Mickey stands at the bow of the Disney Magic while the ship has Goofy painting the stern. 

Disney Magic docks alongside its own pier on Castaway Cay, allowing passengers to alight on their own private island. 

For grown-ups, Disney Magic has the adults-only Quiet Cove swimming pool on deck and a relaxing Tropical Rain Shower in the Vista Spa. 

Open-air massage treatments can be arranged at the all-adult Serenity Bay beach on Disney Magic’s private island, Castaway Cay. 

Most cabins on Disney Magic feature faux steamer trunks for clothing storage, a hairdryer, efficient split-use bathrooms (so that more than one family member can use them at once), and bathrobes are provided for all guests. 

Wheelchair-bound passengers can choose accommodations on Disney Magic in a variety of categories, including suites with balconies and extra large bathrooms with roll-in showers. 

When children are dropped off at Disney Magic’s Oceaneer Club or Oceaneer Lab, parents receive pagers so families are always in touch. 

In Disney Magic’s Oceaneer Club, children from age three to eight find a place just for them with playgrounds, computer stations, costume dress up areas, Disney characters, and special programs like dancing and storytelling. 

Disney Magic’s Oceaneer Lab is designed for children from age nine to twelve with hands-on, interactive lab stations, computer stations, and scientific gadgets. Special programs teach the secrets of animation. 

With a long yellow water slide, Mickey’s Pool is the swimming pool just for children on  Disney Magic and Goofy’s Pool, with its adjacent whirlpools, is for families. 

A New York-style coffee house with large-screen television, a lounge area, and coffee bar is Disney Magic’s “The Stack” and it’s just for teens, ages 13 to 17. 

Adults can club hop along Beat Street on Disney Magic and enjoy top 40’s music, dancing, and cabaret in Rockin’ Bar D or relaxing piano music in Sessions, and keep track of sports scores on big-screen TVs in Diversions

There is no casino aboard Disney Magic and smoking areas are strictly limited.

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