The Disney Cruise Wonder

July 21, 2011

The Disney Cruise Wonder

The Disney Cruise Wonder is a one ship in the fleet of 4 cureent ships in operation out of the Disney Cruises line up of vessels. It is an excellent choice if you are looking for a cruise line to go with, I mean it is pretty much Disneyland on water, and who doesn’t like Disneyland?! If you are looking to take a cruise on the Disney Wonder and need more information on the mamoth ship this article will summarize what you will experience on the ship detailing the ship, activities, its destinations and the deals that you can take advantage of. Although it is know for mostly having families and honeymoon travelers, Disney really caters to all ages whether you are traveling with the whole family, having a parents getaway, or traveling stag, you will find yourself surrounded by amazing things to do.

The Disney Cruise Wonder

Disney Cruise Wonder details

The Disney Cruise Wonder started providing cruises for passengers in 1999.  This ship is just short of a thousand feet and is described by Disney Cruises as having a sophisticated design and modern innovation. It has 11 decks with ocean views as far as the eye can see, and is said to be one of the most recognizable cruise ships on the ocean. Here is a list of things that will make your cruise experience on the Wonder incredible:

  • The activities and entertainment are litteraly endless. This list will comprise some of the activities that will consume your time from sun up to sun down: a 9 hole mini golf course, a casino, a video arcade, volleyball and soccer games, musicals like Toy Story, Disney Dreams and The Golden mickey, big screen movies in their two story theater, character greetings for the kids and much more.
  • Disney is known for being family oriented and provide fun for everyone in the family. If you are considering bringing you young children , they have excellent supervised youth programs with activities that are for ages 0 to 13.  For the 0 to 2 year olds they have a nursery with a play room and nap time, for 3 to 7 there is the Oceaneer’s Club and where you can find activities like Andy’s room which is straight from Toy Story, dress up as your favorite princess or hero, play games, use the computer lab, doing their own plays on their small stage and watching movies and much more, which they also have an area designated for 8-12 called the Oceaneer’s Lab that has the same activities and more. For the 11 to 13 they have an area desingated to the tweens with pizza building, scavenger hunts, movies and gaming technology.
  • For the adults, there are many things to do when you are ready to get some alone time. The Disney Cruise Wonder ship has adult activities like late night clubs and entertainment, couples massages and an adult only resteraunt.

Ports and Destinations of the Disney Cruise Wonder

  • Disney Cruise Wonder has travels to multiple destinations, here are the current places that it sails to: 3 different Bahammas cruises that are 3, 4 and 5 night cruises. A Hawaiian cruise that is a 15 night and 3 Vancouver cruises, one 5 night and two 6 nights. Next on the itinerary is a 7 night Alaskan cruise, a 7 night Pacific cruise, a 7 and an 8 night Mexican Riviera cruise.

Ways to Save on your Disney Cruise Wonder vacation

There aer multiple ways to save on your Disney Cruise Wonder vacation, the first way is to book early or book lat minute. Booking early will always yeild a great discount, try for 4 to 6 months in advance, and booking at the last mintue will usually result in great discounts beacause Disney is trying to fill in the remaing cabins that are vacant. Another great way to save on money on the Wonder is to book with large groups. Often times you will find deals like half off for third and fourth passengers or family discounts. These are a couple ways to get the same Disney Cruise Wonder vacation at a greatly discounted price.

Category: Disney Cruises

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