Photo Tour of the Disney Wonder
The Disney Wonder was the second ship to join the Disney fleet, entering service in 1999. It is nearly identical to the Disney Magic with 11 decks, accommodating 2400 passengers in 875 staterooms. The Disney Wonder is the ship used for specialty sailings such as Alaska and Panama Canal, as well as the Bahamas and Caribbean.
Pools – The Disney Wonder sports the Goofy pool on Deck 9 along with 2 whirlpool spas. Quiet Cove pool is the Adult Only Pool with a bar area close by. The Aqua Lab is a play area that has a “Twist ‘n’ Spout” slide and Dory’s Reef, a splash pad area for toddlers 3 and under.
Kids Clubs: The Wonder has kids clubs available for all ages. The Oceaneer Club and Oceaneer Lab are for children ages 3-12, the Edge for ages 11-14 and Vibe for ages 14-17. It’s a Small World Nursery is available for children ages 6 months to 2 years, but does require reservations and a small fee per hour. For ages 3 and up, all of the kids clubs are free. Castaway Cay also has a kids club available on the island.
Adult Bars/Lounges: The Wonder has several adult bars/lounges available with plenty of activities to keep adults busy such as Music Trivia, TV Tunes Trivia, late-night games such as “The Feud,” “Match Your Mate,” “Intuition,” and more. Azure is where the nighttime entertainment takes place, while Cadillac Lounge is used for the beverage tastings (Mixology, Champagne, Martini, etc). The Crown and Fin Pub is where most of the daily adult trivia is held. You can also catch the latest sports game live at the Crown & Fin.
Senses Spa & Workout Room: The Disney Wonder has a spa onboard where you can get treatments from acupuncture to massages, as well as a Rainforest Room where you can purchase a day pass to use the sauna, sensory showers and hot stone lounge chairs. A workout room is also available for those 18 and older with the latest equipment and some spectacular views.
Family Spaces: The Disney Wonder has separate spaces for adults and kids, but they also have some family areas too. The D-Lounge is used for family trivia, family karaoke and talent shows among many other activities. The Promenade Lounge is used for animation classes, some trivia, live music and more.
Theaters: The Disney Wonder has two theaters onboard (three theaters if counting the outdoor movie screen by the pool). The Walt Disney Theater is where the live entertainment is held each night. The Buena Vista Theater is where you’ll find the newly released Disney movies, and if you’re lucky, you can see a Movie Premier onboard!
Dining Rooms: The Disney Wonder has 3 Main Dining Rooms, with guests rotating between each restaurant. Triton’s, Tiana’s Place and Animator’s Palate. The dining rooms are beautifully themed and have their own unique menus.
Adult Only Restaurant: Palo is the adult only restaurant that requires reservations and a nominal fee. Brunch is the popular reservation that can be difficult to get (read my Palo review here). The food is great and a nice romantic getaway for adutls.
Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique: Just like Disney World, the cruises also offer the experience for girls (and boys) to get a makeover. Offerings include princess & pirate makeovers, as well as special experiences such as Star Wars for special sailings.
Miscellaneous: Check out some miscellaneous pictures of the Disney Wonder.
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