Disney Magic Review At A Glance
The Disney Magic was built in 1998. Her gross tonnage is 83,000, and she carries 2,400 passengers. Of her 875 cabins, 388 have verandahs. Disney Magic’s last dry dock was in 2010 and she is scheduled for a dry dock in September 2013. During the September 2013 dry dock she will get the Marvel’s Avengers Academy, Parrot Cay will be remodeled into Carioca’s, and the Topsider Buffet will be remodeled as Cabana’s. Additionally there will a new waterslide that goes over the side of the ship aptly called Twist n’ Spout. And, the adults-only area, Beat Street, will be remodeled with O’Gills Pub, Fathoms and Keys piano bar.
Features all of Disney Magic's latest amenities: Palo (alternative dining steakhouse), Vista Spa & Fitness, magical family deck parties with Disney characters, and Disney Magic pools
Great for families with kids -- There are wonderful special centers and activities for teens and younger kids, and plenty of entertainment options just for adults!
The Disney Magic cruise ship is full of great dining venues, from the main dining rooms, Lumieres, Parrot Cay, and Animator's Palate, to the Topsider's lido buffet & grill. The Disney Magic also features Pluto's Doghouse for hot dogs and burgers. Palo adults only alternative dining restaurant features superb Nortthern Italian cuisine, and is not to be missed! For more information, visit our Disney Magic dining guide.
Want to know what to expect on the Disney Magic? What is the Spa like? What are the kid's programs like? Is there a quiet place to relax? Can I use my cell phone on the Disney Magic? Visit our Disney Magic Activities guide to learn about everything there is to do on board the ship.