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Disney Cruise Line Fleet

4 minutes read • June 26th, 2020
It is deservedly considered a favorite cruise line of young travelers and one of the best options for family cruises. And it is not surprising. Various cartoon and movie characters walking around, fairytale interior, fun entertainment for cruise lovers of all ages, and more. It’s easy to guess the name of this cruise company. Yes, today we will get acquainted with the

Disney Cruise Line fleet

Disney Cruise Line Fleet
Disney Dream at Castaway Cay
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Disney Cruise Line is a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company. It was launched in 1998. The company’s headquarters is located in Celebration, FL.
Currently, DCL operates four cruise ships. Besides, the company has three liners on order. Two of them are planned to start their career in 2022, and the third one – in 2023.
Well, let’s check more details on Disney Cruise Line ships.


  • Magic class
Disney Cruise Line Fleet
Disney Magic by Pjotr Mahhonin/Wiki/CC BY-SA 4.0
Ship Year Built Tonnage Guest Capacity Last Refurbished Departure Port
Disney Magic 1998 84,000 2,713 2018 New York, NY; San Juan, Puerto Rico; Miami, FL; Barcelona, SpainRome (Civitavecchia), Italy; Dover, England; Copenhagen, Denmark
Disney Wonder 1999 84,000 2,713 2019 Vancouver, Canada; San Diego, CA; Galveston, TX; New Orleans, LA
  • Dream class
Disney Cruise Line Fleet
Disney Dream cruise ship
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Ship Year Built Tonnage Guest Capacity Last Refurbished Home Port
Disney Dream 2011 130,000 4,000   Port Canaveral, FL
Disney Fantasy 2012 130,000 4,000 2017 Port Canaveral, FL


  • Disney Wish
Disney Cruise Line Fleet
Photo courtesy of Disney Cruise Line

Due to enter service: 2022
Class: Triton class
Tonnage: 144,000 GT
Guest Capacity: 3,500 (maximum)

There are two more Disney new cruise ships on order that are due to join their fleet in 2022 and 2023. They will also become representatives of the Triton class and will have a tonnage of 144,000 GT.
All three liners will be powered by clean-burning liquefied natural gas. The vessels will be constructed by Meyer Werft. 

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