See what's new on the Disney Magic!
The Disney Magic was reimagined in fall 2013, inspired from areas on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy. The Magic will embark for the rest of 2013 - and most of 2014 - on a variety of family friendly itineraries from Miami, Port Canaveral, Barcelona and Puerto Rico. Order the free planning DVD to see more of the ship.
The Helmsman Mickey statue that greets guests as soon as they step onboard, finds a new home in the redesigned atrium, which features elegant art deco, inspired by elements of the sea.
Infants and toddlers ages 3 months to 3 years will be able to play in a new space designed just for them at the “it’s a small world” Nursery, inspired by the style of Disney Legend Mary Blair.
Disney’s Oceaneer Club, open to 3- to 12-year-old children, is a completely re-imagined area that transports children to the magical realms of brave super heroes, adventuresome toys, fanciful fairies and Mickey Mouse’s club for creativity and fun. It was formerly home to a Peter Pan inspired pirate ship.
Kids can enter the top secret S.H.I.E.L.D. Headquarters and become members of the Avengers team inside the high-tech Marvel’s Avengers Academy. Iron Man’s suit, Thor’s hammer and Captain America’s shield all await you in a space that puts you inside the Avengers’ super cool heli-carrier!
In the larger-than-life Andy’s Room, based on the Disney-Pixar hit Toy Story, there’s fun with Hamm, Mr. Potato Head and even a Slinky Dog slide. ©Pook-Slinky ©Disney/Pixar
Kids are also invited to play in Mickey Mouse Club, where they play games on ear-shaped tables with Mickey, Minnie and pals inside a room splashed with Mickey’s signature colors of red, yellow and black.
In Pixie Hollow, Tinker Bell’s teapot house serves as a costume closet and children can make crafts while sitting on stools shaped like mushrooms and acorns.
Disney’s Oceaneer Lab takes 3-to-12-year-olds on a journey of discovery, exploration and adventures at the new pirate-themed area. An animator’s studio, a pirate workshop and lab lets kids get hands-on to create experiments and art projects, and Navigator Simulators let young buccaneers steer a ship through the mysterious waters of the Caribbean.
Thrill-seekers, head for the new AquaDunk, a breathtaking waterslide that begins with a near-vertical drop and then loops riders out over the water and back!
Kids will love the new Twist n’ Spout slide, where you’ll loop your way to a watery splashdown. Also new up on deck, it’s AquaLab, where kids can conduct water experiments designed by Huey, Dewey and Louie. Infants and toddlers will love Nephews’ Splash Zone, a bubbly water playground.
D Lounge offers a variety of family-friendly games, shows, dances and activities designed for all ages and makes a great place to hang out before or after dinner.
Celebrating the South American settings showcased in the classic Disney animated film "The Three Caballeros," this eye-popping restaurant features a Brazilian marketplace-themed entryway and, when night falls, the atmosphere transforms into an after-hours scene in Rio.
A heaping helping of entertainment is served up during the brand-new “Drawn to Magic” experience where the restaurant’s black and white “blank canvas” explodes into full color as favorite Disney and Disney-Pixar characters come to life right before guests’ eyes. Plus, on every Disney Magic cruise, guests will have an opportunity to experience the tremendously popular “Animation Magic” dinner show that invites guests to create their own characters that magically spring to life, become fully animated and join the show onscreen.
On the pool deck aft, you'll find the family friendly Cabanas, a “Finding Nemo”-inspired free-flowing, casual dining restaurant where you can pick up meals morning, noon and night (and snacks, of course). And right outside you will find the free 24-hour beverage station.
The popular adults-only restaurant, Palo, gets a new look, as well. Don't worry, the amazing chocolate souffle isn't going anywhere. Just don't forget to book in advance.
Adult-only spaces are an important part of every Disney Cruise Line ship. That’s why Disney Magic is reimagining its entertainment district as After Hours, an entire area just for grown-ups. You can dance the night away at the"under the sea" themed Fathoms, the brand-new hotspot everyone will be talking about.
Live televised athletic events are on tap for sports-lovers at O’Gill's, an Irish pub and sports bar designed with traditional decor that takes its name from the live-action Disney film "Darby O'Gill and the Little People."
Keys is an elegant piano bar perfect for adult conversation and cocktails before or after the show.
For the ultimate in relaxation and pampering, the enhanced Senses Spa & Salon is being expanded by 725 square feet, to a total size of nearly 11,500 square feet. A new Smile Spa offers teeth whitening services, a new barbershop offers services for the gentlemen and the new Chill Spa provides treatments especially for guests 13 to 17
More Magic at Sea
A Small World for Young Guests
A Club for the Kids
In the Club: Marvel’s Avenger Academy
In the Club: Andy's Room
In the Club: Mickey Mouse Club
In the Club: Pixie Hollow
The Oceaneer's Lab
Water Fun for the Kids
The D Lounge
Senses Spa and Salon
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