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A HOLIDAY aboard Disney Magic at Sea offers great value and fun for all the family. You don’t even have to be a parent to enjoy the magic. Here’s a look at what you can expect onboard a Disney Cruise Line adventure.


With THREE spectacular Broadway-style shows onboard, the fun never stops aboard Disney Magic at Sea.

A worldwide hit at the cinema, Frozen now takes to the seas. Featuring many of the songs from the movie, Frozen, A Musical Spectacular plays inside the Walt Disney Theatre.

You’ll also want to catch Disney Dreams – An Enchanted Classic, a musical about the power of dreams and featuring many of your Disney favourites.

Talking of favourites, The Golden Mickeys is a Hollywood-style awards show featuring a special appearance by Mickey himself, accompanied by a few friends (only available on sailings of three of more nights).

Throw in some deck parties, which include fireworks at sea (weather permitting) on most sailings of three-nights or more, and you’ve got an entertainment bonanza.

And the real showstopper? These are all included in your fare.

(On two-night sailings, entertainment will be varied or modified.)


It’s often said that you’ll never go hungry on a cruise ship and on Disney Magic at Sea the food is simply sensational.

There are three key restaurants onboard and you’ll want to try them all as they offer varied and delectable cuisine from around the world.

inspired by The Princess and the Frog, Tiana’s Place serves up southern cooking for dinner with a side order of live jazz music. Here you can Chow down on a lip-smackin’ menu of artfully prepared, Louisiana-inspired, Creole and Cajun dishes.

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Triton’s was named after the Little Mermaid’s father and is an upscale restaurant offering fine dining “under the sea.”

Here you can enjoy classic American fare for breakfast and lunch, before things get a little continental with a dash of French flair in the evening.

You never know who you might bump into during dinner at Animator’s Palate as you watch classic Disney Animation magic come to life around you. There’s something delicious on this Pacific Island, Asian and Californian-inspired menu to please every kind of palate.

All of this comes with Disney Cruise Line’s exclusive Rotational Dining service where each night you can experience a different restaurant and where your table mates and waiter move around with you.

For that slightly upmarket touch, head to the adults-only premium dining experience that is Palo. Named after the signature long poles used by gondoliers in Venice, this uber chic restaurant serves Northern Italian cuisine with a modern twist. (additional cost for adults).

(24-hour room service is also available. Dining offerings may be modified or limited on sailings of only two-nights. The vast majority is included in your fare, except alcohol, some beverages and snacks and premium dining experiences).


One of the main reasons both children and adults love a Disney Cruise Line holiday is that they get to meet their favourite Characters in the flesh.

Onboard you’ll get to shake hands with all your Disney, Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars heroes, not to mention Captain Mickey and Captain Minnie.

Some Characters will roam the ship, some will always meet in specific spots, while some will meet you at dinner or even throughout various experiences such as the Kids Clubs.

(All included in your fare, except premium experiences. Some you need to book ahead).


If we’re talking about magic at sea then nowhere does this happen more often than in Disney Cruise Line’s kids’ clubs.

At Disney’s Oceaneer’s Club, children can let their imaginations soar as they interact with beloved Disney Characters in multi-themed magical lands.

Over at Disney’s Oceaneer’s Lab, toys, Disney movies and creatively themed areas with hands-on experiences keep kids engaged and entertained while adults embark on their own high-seas adventures.

While these cool Kids Clubs are for children up to 10, the older twens and teens are also looked after with their own specific spaces onboard.


For guests who want to splurge, the most premium experience is the Concierge, which comes with a dedicated team, premium staterooms, exclusive lounge and priority boarding, and access to prebook some amazing onboard experiences that you won’t want to miss.

This is your passport to the world-class and multi award-winning Disney Guest Service that the company is known for. You’ll find it throughout all the guest experiences on board; so much so that you probably won’t want to get off!


  • Adult Exclusive Experiences
  • Adult-exclusive spaces such as Quiet Cove Pool. There are also more premium spaces (at an additional cost) such as Senses Spa & Salon and Palo.
  • Staterooms made for families in mind. Most staterooms have a split bathroom where multiple people can get ready at once and many have adjoining rooms.
  • There are various guest categories so that there is a price range to suit all budgets.

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Disclaimer: Two-night sailings may have modified or limited entertainment offerings. Additional costs may be required for some experiences and may need to be booked in advance. Health and safety measures, ports of call and offerings may change at any time without notice. On board venues, experiences, services and offerings may be modified or limited in capacity or availability, and are subject to restrictions, cancellation or closure without notice. See