Disney Wish Deck Plan and Printable Venue Guide

One of the best ways to discover a new ship such as the Disney Wish is to take your time and explore. However, with the Disney Wish sailing primarily 3- and 4-night Bahamian itineraries, time is not necessarily on your side. The layout and arrangement of venues across the ship is not a familiar variation of the previous Disney Cruise ships.

Walt Disney Imagineering decided to chart a new course with the Disney Wish, the Classic and Dream-class vessels celebrate the classic age of cruising while the Triton-class, beginning with the Disney Wish, takes guests to uncharted waters with a theme of enchantment creating a “castle on the sea.” The biggest change is the additional space gained by going from 3 stairwell/elevator lobbies to just 2 on the Disney Wish.

To help get the most of out your time onboard, I’ve compiled a Disney Wish deck plan guide which you can print, study, and prepare for an upcoming cruise. In this article, you will find a graphical overview of each Disney Wish deck along with deck by deck images which were photographed on the forward staircase/elevator lobby for each deck. Last but not least, there is a PDF printable Disney Wish deck plan guide which includes a listing of venues.

Disney Wish Deck by Deck Overview

Disney Wish Deck Plan Guide

The image below is a sample of the information found on each deck, the information is the same, but the venues located on the current deck are noted.

Disney Wish Deck Plan Index

Disney Wish Deck by Deck Plans

Printable Disney Wish Venue Guide

Disney Wish Deck Plan Venues Printable Guide

As promised, a printable Disney Wish deck plan guide has been created for you to download, print, study, and bring with you on your next sailing. There is an overview page followed by a listing of venues in multiple formats: alphabetical, by deck, and by venue type.

18 Replies to “Disney Wish Deck Plan and Printable Venue Guide”

    1. Scott Sanders Post author

      I do not have them on the map because I do not want to incorrectly position these important safety locations in a non-official deck plan guide. However, below is a listing of the locations for each muster station which have also been associated with staterooms.

      A – Walt Disney Theatre (Lower Level) [Deck 3 Forward Starboard]
      B – Walt Disney Theatre (Lower Level) [Deck 3 Forward Port]
      C – Walt Disney Theatre (Balcony) [Deck 4 Forward Starboard]
      D – Walt Disney Theatre (Balcony) [Deck 4 Forward Port]
      E – Open Deck [Deck 5 Midship Port]
      F – Open Deck [Deck 5 Midship Port]
      G – Luna Theatre (Lower Level) [Deck 4 Midship Starboard]
      H – Luna Theatre (Lower Level) [Deck 4 Midship Port]
      I – Luna Theatre (Lower Balcony) [Deck 5 Midship Starboard]
      J – Luna Theatre (Lower Balcony) [Deck 5 Midship Port]
      K – Boat Deck [Deck 4 Midship Starboard]
      L – Boat Deck [Deck 4 Midship Port]
      M – Boat Deck [Deck 4 Midship Starboard]
      N – Boat Deck [Deck 4 Midship Port]
      O – 1923 [Deck 3 Midship Starboard]
      P – 1923 [Deck 3 Midship Port]
      Q – 1923 [Deck 3 Midship Starboard]
      R – 1923 [Deck 3 Midship Port]
      S – World of Marvel [Deck 4 Aft Starboard]
      T – World of Marvel [Deck 4 Aft Port]
      U – World of Marvel [Deck 4 Aft Starboard]
      V – World of Marvel [Deck 4 Aft Port]
      W – World of Marvel [Deck 4 Aft Starboard]
      X – World of Marvel [Deck 4 Aft Starboard]

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    1. Mike

      Kind of. It is on decks 4,5,6 and requires stairs. A fail for those who are used to getting in some fitness whole onboard.

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  1. Kyle

    Hi! I just wanted to let you know I submitted a personal navigator for the Disney Wonder on June 27th.

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  2. Maxine Schoenholtz

    What’s the best way to format and print your printable? It looks like if I print them all in quarter-page format to make a foldable 8½” x 11” guide, the text would be TINY …

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    1. Helen

      I printed the deck maps on 8.5″x14″ (legal) paper, landscape, at 75% size (to fill the page). I still had to look at the zoomed in maps on the computer, and write in all the descriptions by hand, as they were too tiny to read.

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  3. Deann Fleming

    Thanks again, great information as always. Question: how do you get to deck 14 and the Chip and Dale pool and is it open to all guests?

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  4. Scott Weinfeld

    that why i’m doing back to back, my first two days I visit all the facilities and take photos of all the venues

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