Disney Cruises to Europe
The cruise line began with two ships, the Disney Magic (1998) and the Disney Wonder (1999). They are gorgeous vessels designed to evoke the grand ocean liners of the 1920′s and 30′s but with all the bells and whistles of a modern ship. The twin ships’ elongated navy blue hulls, matching red funnels (one is just for show) and intricate yellow insignias are striking. Ten years later, two larger ships joined the fleet: the Disney Dream (2011) and the Disney Fantasy (2012).
Nobody understands a family’s needs as well as Disney! Their standard cabins are the largest in the industry. The majority of staterooms come with a bath and a half — one with just a toilet and sink, the other with a bathtub and sink. There’s also a little fridge, and lots of storage space. Cribs, playpens, strollers, bottle sterilizers and Diaper Genies are available upon request.
Disney Cruise Line created an innovative “rotational dining” system, meaning that each night, you will rotate to eat in one of the three main dining rooms and your servers and table mates will “rotate” with you. Each restaurant offers a different atmosphere (and special surprises). For a more sophisticated dining experience the adult-only restaurants, (Palo and/or Remy) should not be missed.