The transformation of the Disney Magic at the Navantia shipyard in Cadiz, Spain, continues into her forth week. In last week’s update, we saw a ship stripped down to bare steel along with some teasers from Disney Cruise Line. In this week’s update, we see the paint going back on the hull, starting with some primer on the stern.
Look close at the picture below an you can see the starboard stabilizer extended.
The Disney Magic’s classic dark hull is returning with a fresh coat of paint on her starboard side.
A look at the Disney Magic’s bow shows a stark contrast to last week when she was bare steel.
Some fresh paint and the classic Mickey Mouse inspired yellow stripe!
Disney Cruise Line has been teasing us again this week with some guess where shots from inside the Disney Magic. First, we have our first look at the new chandelier that will be one of the focal points in the reimagined atrium lobby.
Another shot was of the black and white sketch drawings adorning the walls in Animator’s Palate.
And now, a vibrant view of Animator’s Palate.
Another look inside Andy’s Room, this time it is the stairs. I am seeing a common theme… Stairs.
The conversion of Diversions’ bar to O’Gills Pub bar.
A quick peak inside D-Lounge, formerly Studio Sea with Mickey’s on the wall.
Saving the best photo for last… As you may recall in last week’s update, a platform was in the process of being lifted onto the upper deck of the Disney Magic. The platform was part of the new AquaLab pool replacing the Mickey Pool. In this photo, you can see the platform in place and the overall progress on the AquaLab and the Twist ‘N Spout slide. My wife and daughter both screamed when they saw this photo, as it shows progress!!!
Additionally, you can see some of the work being done to convert Pluto’s Dog House into Pete’s Boiler Bites.
One Last Thing… Re-Imagined Disney Magic Deck Plan
In true Steve Jobs form there is one last thing… The revised deck plan for the re-imagined Disney Magic. Honestly, it is not a customized deck plan specific to the Disney Magic, it remains a shared deck plan for both classic ships. Specifically, of note, this new deck plan does show two new handicap accessible staterooms: 8094 (Cat 4E) and 7509 (Cat 10A.), and the additional proposed connecting staterooms being added during the transformation of the Disney Magic. I say proposed, because that is how it is labeled by Disney Cruise Line on the deck plan below.
Proposed Connecting Staterooms on the Disney Magic
Again, I would like to thank Matt Reid for providing some of these photos, Lynda for the deck plan, and Tracy for compiling the list of proposed connecting staterooms. If you live in the area and have any photos or videos you would like to share you can email, or tweet @ TheDCLBlog along with how you would like to be attributed.