Which is the Biggest Disney Cruise Ship?

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hipDisney’s cruise ships are known for their family-friendly atmosphere and high-quality entertainment. The cruise line offers a variety of itineraries that typically include stops at popular destinations in the Caribbean, Alaska, Europe, and other parts of the world. But what would you choose, the biggest or the smallest? Check out all the facts about these mega-ships that promise Disney Dreams at sea.

How Many Cruise Ships Do Disney Cruise Line Have?

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Disney cruise line currently have 5 ships including the new Disney Wish which launched in 2022.

Do DCL Have Any More New Ships Planned?

Disney Treasure: Photo Credit Disney Cruise Line.

Yes, two more new Disney Cruise Ships are in the pipeline, starting with Disney Treasure due in December 2024. They will be powered by liquefied natural gas and, at approximately 144,000 gross tons and 1,250 guest staterooms.

Which Is The Biggest Disney Cruise Ship?

Disney Wish. Photo Credit: Disney Cruise Line.

Disney Wish and Disney Treasure are the biggest ships in the Disney Cruise Fleet, however, Fantasy and Dream are not far behind.

Did You Know

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Disney ships are the only cruise ships to have five captains – the ship’s captain, Captain Mickey, Captain Minnie, Captain Hook and Captain Jack Sparrow.

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About Disney Treasure

Disney Treasure AquaMouse. Photo Credit: Disney Cruise Line.
  • Launches, December 2024
  • Class, Triton
  • Length, 1,119 feet
  • Width, 128 feet
  • Gross Tons 144,000
  • Has a capacity of 4,000
  • And a crew of 1,555
  • Passenger decks, 14
  • Cruising Speed of knots 19.5 (maximum 23 knots)
  • Free rotational dining venues, 3
  • Free casual dinning and snack options, 2
  • Speciality dining options, 2
  • 53 concierge staterooms
  • 23 concierge suites
  • 877 verandah staterooms
  • 170 oceanview staterooms
  • 123 inside staterooms

Disney Wish Facts

Disney Treasure AquaMouse, Photo Credit: Disney Cruise Line.
Disney Treasure AquaMouse, Photo Credit: Disney Cruise Line.
  • Launched, 2022
  • Class, Triton
  • Length, 1,119 feet
  • Width, 128 feet
  • Gross Tons 144,000
  • Has a capacity of 4,000
  • And a crew of 1,555
  • Passenger decks, 14
  • Cruising Speed of knots 19.5 (maximum 23 knots)
  • Free rotational dining venues, 3
  • Free casual dinning and snack options, 2
  • Speciality dining options, 2
  • 53 concierge staterooms
  • 23 concierge suites
  • 185 oceanview staterooms
  • 948 verandah staterooms
  • 121 inside staterooms

Check Out Disney Fantasy

Disney Fantasy. Photo Credit: Disney Cruise Line.
  • Launched 2012
  • Class, Dream
  • Length, 1,115 feet
  • Width 121 feet
  • Gross Tons 130,000
  • Has a capacity of 4,000
  • And a crew of 1,456
  • Passenger decks, 14
  • Cruising Speed of knots 22 (maximum 23.5 knots)
  • Free rotational dining venues, 3
  • Free casual dinning and snack options, 5
  • Speciality dining options, 7

Disney Dream Facts

Disney Dream, Photo Credit: Disney Cruise Line.
  • Launched 2011
  • Class, Dream
  • Length, 1,115 feet
  • Width 121 feet
  •  Gross Tons 130,000
  • Has a capacity of 4,000
  • And a crew of  1,458
  • Passenger decks,14
  • Cruising Speed of knots 22 knots (maximum 23.5 knots)
  • Free rotational dining venues, 3
  • Free casual dinning and snack options, 4
  • Speciality dining options, 6
  • 150 Inside Staterooms
  • 1,100 Outside Staterooms
  • 199 ocean view
  • 901 verandah (includes 21 suites)

Disney Wonder Fast Facts

Disney Wonder. Photo Credit: Disney Cruise Line.
  • Launched 1999
  • Class, Magic
  • Length, 984 feet
  • Width 106 feet
  • 84,000 Gross Tons
  • Has a capacity of 2,713
  • And a crew of 875
  • Passenger decks, 11
  • Cruising Speed of knots 21.5 (maximum 24 knots)
  • Free rotational dining venues, 3
  • Free casual dinning and snack options, 4
  • Speciality dining options, 3

And Disney Magic

Disney Magic. Photo Credit: Disney Cruise Line.
  • Launched 1998
  • Class, Magic
  • Length, 984 feet
  • Width 106 feet
  • 84,000 Gross Tons
  • Has a capacity of 2,713
  • And a crew of 875
  • Passenger decks, 11
  • Cruising Speed of knots 21.5 (maximum 24 knots)
  • Free rotational dining venues, 3
  • Free casual dinning and snack options, 4
  • Speciality dining options, 3

Guide To Princess Dining At Disney World

Guide To Princess Dining At Disney World, Photo Credit Sarah Christie
Photo Credit: Sarah Christie.

Where you can dine with your favourite Disney Princesses in 2023 and enjoy Princess Dining At Disney World during your next vacation to Orlando. These are such magical experiences; little ones get the time to meet their favourite Disney princesses at one of the princess dining experiences at Walt Disney World. Enjoy a delicious meal and quality time with these beloved characters in a magical setting.

Top Tips for Flying with Children

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Tried and Tested Tips For Visiting Miami Cruise Port

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