Disney Wonder

The Disney Wonder was the second ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet which set sail a year after her sister ship, Disney Magic. The bow features Steamboat Willie at the helm leading the way and Donald doing his best to finish up the paint job on the aft name plate while under duress from his nephew Huey who found a pair of scissors. The interior design is art nouveau with a more natural whimsical feel.  Between September and November 2016, the Disney Wonder underwent a transformation in Cadiz, Spain that saw many spaces re-imagined.

Disney Cruise Line's Disney Wonder versus the Flying Dutchman

Ship Stats (November 2016 – Present)

  • Ship’s Registry: Bahamas
  • Gross Tonnage: 84,000 tons | Length: 984 feet | Beam: 106 feet | Draft: 25.3 feet | Height: 171.5 feet
  • Speed – Cruising: 21.5 knots • Max: 24 knots
  • Capacity – Passenger: 2,713 • Crew: 950
  • Passenger Decks – 11
  • Staterooms – Inside: 258 | Outside – Verandah: 362 Ocean View: 257 | Total: 877
  • Disney Wonder Engineering Technical Information

Ship Stats (1999 – 2016)

  • Ship’s Registry: Bahamas
  • Gross Tonnage: 83,000 tons | Length: 964 feet | Beam: 106 feet | Draft: 25.3 feet | Height: 171.5 feet
  • Speed – Cruising: 21.5 knots • Max: 24 knots
  • Capacity – Passenger: 2,713 • Crew: 950
  • Passenger Decks – 11
  • Staterooms – Inside: 256 | Outside – Verandah: 362 Ocean View: 259
Disney Wonder Engine Propulsion System Fuel Consumption Info

Fun Facts

  • Lobby Statue: Ariel
  • Godmother: Tinker Bell
  • Keel Laid: May 15, 1997
  • Delivery Date: June 17, 1999
  • Departed Venice: July 14, 1998
  • Arrived at Port Canaveral: August 2, 1998
  • Maiden Voyage: August 15, 1999 – 4-night Bahamian Cruise
  • Christened: October 1, 1999 – Watch Video
  • Ship Builder: Fincantieri (Marghera, Italy)
  • Hull Number: 5990 – Data Sheet
  • Sister Ship: Disney Magic

Cruise Planning

Dry Dock History

  1. 2004 – Norfolk, Virginia (14-Nights)
  2. 2006 – Norfolk, Virginia (14-Nights)
  3. 2009 – Freeport, Bahamas (21-Nights)
  4. 2011 – Vancouver, Canada (14-Nights)
  5. 2014 – Freeport, Bahamas (10-Nights)
  6. 2016 – Cadiz, Spain (62-Nights)
  7. 2019 – Victoria, Canada (14-Nights)

Itineraries

Click here for a detailed itinerary or here for the daily sailing schedule.

Current Itinerary

Coronavirus (COVID-19)
  1. Fri 3/20 San Diego
  2. Sat 3/21 San Diego
  3. Sun 3/22 San Diego
  4. Mon 3/23 San Diego
  5. Tue 3/24 San Diego
  6. Wed 3/25 San Diego
  7. Thu 3/26 At Sea
  8. Fri 3/27 San Diego
  9. Sat 3/28 San Diego
  10. Sun 3/29 San Diego
  11. Mon 3/30 San Diego
  12. Tue 3/31 San Diego
  13. Wed 4/1 At Sea
  14. Thu 4/2 At Sea
  15. Fri 4/3 At Sea
  16. Sat 4/4 At Sea
  17. Sun 4/5 At Sea
  18. Mon 4/6 At Sea
  19. Tue 4/7 At Sea
  20. Wed 4/8 At Sea
  21. Thu 4/9 At Sea
  22. Fri 4/10 At Sea
  23. Sat 4/11 At Sea
  24. Sun 4/12 At Sea
  25. Mon 4/13 At Sea
  26. Tue 4/14 At Sea
  27. Wed 4/15 At Sea
  28. Thu 4/16 At Sea
  29. Fri 4/17 At Sea
  30. Sat 4/18 At Sea
  31. Sun 4/19 At Sea
  32. Mon 4/20 At Sea
  33. Tue 4/21 At Sea
  34. Wed 4/22 At Sea
  35. Thu 4/23 At Sea
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  37. Sat 4/25 At Sea
  38. Sun 4/26 At Sea
  39. Mon 4/27 At Sea
  40. Tue 4/28 At Sea
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