During our recent voyage aboard the Disney Wonder I attempted to take photos of all the DCL specific merchandise available in WhiteCaps, Mickey’s MainSail, and to a far lesser extent Sea Treasures. It is safe to say most of the merchandise is available across the fleet as there were only a few items that were Disney Wonder specific. Additionally, it is hard to say how long some of the merchandise collections may be available.
The merchandise in White Caps is geared towards adults with a mix of items ranging from mugs to high end jewelry and duty free liquor.
There are coffee mugs and porcelain mason jars with an anchor logo.
The duel deck of cards was in my hands and heading to the register when I noticed the price tag. These are great looking cards, but not for $21. If they were those plastic cards that last forever and can be enjoyed by the water, then maybe.
Remember about a year ago Disney added a DCL pop up store to the Marketplace Co-Op at Disney Springs with a selection of “Dry Dock” merchandise. Well, items from that collection are now available on the ship. As for the DCL merch at the Marketplace Co-Op store, it is all gone. There were two different Dooney & Bourke designs both of which have been around for some time now.
Everyone can get a Golden Mickey for $40. I mentioned back in our trip report there was one item I had my eye on. It was the Golden Mickey, but I ultimately left it on the shelf for another cruise.
Moving across the hallway to Mickey’s MainSail – a store dedicated mostly to kids merchandise and a bunch of other stuff.
The main collection in Mickey’s is the 2017 DCL line.
In one corner of the room, you will find a selection of books, notebooks, pens, pencils and other stationary products. Additionally, DCL is continuing to sell stateroom door magnets for those who want to decorate their door, but do not want to make their own.
The bittersweet Sea Ya Real Soon mug has a great anchor handle and overall look should give everyone who picks this mug up an optimistic look at their next cruise.
Sea Treasures, aboard the Disney Wonder, is located in the After Hours district near Crown & Fin Pub entrance.
Most of Sea Treasures is dedicated to Star Wars, including some DCL/Star Wars co-branded clothing that has been around the fleet for a few years now.
The most unique offering in Sea Treasures were the Crown & Fin Pub logo merchandise.
That rounds out our merchandise tour of the Disney Wonder. I realize I did not include any trading pins. Completely missed that part of the rounder in Mickey’s MainSail. We will have another merchandise post coming up which takes a look at the merchandise available on Castaway Cay.
What do you think about this batch of DCL merchandise?