Disney's oldest cruise ship soon have new features like redesigned eating areas, upgrades to the kids club, and a free-fall water slide called the AquaDunk.
AquaDunk on the Disney Magic is a thrilling three-story body slide that begins with a surprise launch, sending guests on a near-vertical drop and through a translucent tube that extends 20 feet over the side of the ship.
In the new Aqua Lab water playground on the Disney Magic, families can frolic among pop jets, geysers and bubblers. Interactive games keep the kids moving, while the Twist n’ Spout water slide gets them delightfully drenched.
The grand atrium lobby on the Disney Magic, inspired by elegant art deco and elements of the sea, features a palette of vibrant coral, blue and aquamarine, a dazzling new chandelier and a grand staircase.
Andy’s Room, a new multi-level youth space in Disney’s Oceaneer Club on the Disney Magic, brings the stars of the Disney-Pixar “Toy Story” film trilogy to life. Stocked with all of Andy’s favorite toys, the room features a giant, working Mr. Potato Head, larger-than-life version of the lovable “Toy Story” piggy bank, Hamm, and Slinky Dog slide, the most fun way to descend to the toy room floor.
Marvel’s Avengers Academy in Disney’s Oceaneer Club on the Disney Magic invites young crime-fighters into a high-tech command post used by The Avengers for special missions and operations training. Throughout the base, displays featuring some of the equipment that make The Avengers the earth’s mightiest heroes -- Iron Man’s suit of armor, Captain America’s shield and Thor’s hammer -- inspire super hero “recruits” through their academy missions.
Senses Spa & Salon on the Disney Magic features a redesigned salon area with additional styling, manicure and pedicure stations with the latest equipment. A new two-chair barbershop offers a variety of grooming services for men including haircuts, and the ultimate in men’s facial pampering -- hot-lathered shaves.
Keys on the Disney Magic is a piano bar and lounge perfect for guests wanting a low-key nighttime experience. In this new adult-exclusive venue, guests can wind down listening to the soft sounds of the piano and sipping cocktails in a refined retreat. The piano bar is part of After Hours, the nighttime entertainment district.
The enhanced Animator’s Palate on the Disney Magic invite guests to experience the tremendously popular “Animation Magic” dinner show that celebrates the magic of Disney animation. This innovative show allows guests to create their own hand-drawn characters that magically spring to life, become fully animated and join the show onscreen.
Cabanas on the Disney Magic, drawing inspiration from Australian influences with uniquely Disney touches, includes a beach-themed dining room that has beach umbrellas and teak Adirondack chairs to create a sunny "down under" decor for guests. A casual dining experience with food and beverage stations during daytime hours and a table-service restaurant each evening.
Staterooms on the Disney Magic have been redesigned with new-nautical decor and more usable space including elevated bed frames that provide storage room underneath. Enhanced staterooms on the Disney Magic will be complete after the ship undergoes dry dock in the fall.
The Walt Disney Royal Suite on the Disney Magic has been redesigned with new decor, featuring high-end furnishes in a spacious ocean-view quarter where guests can relax in the comfort of their own suite. The enhanced Walt Disney Royal Suite will welcome guests into their home away from home after the Disney Magic undergoes dry dock this fall.
Disney’s first cruise ship, the Magic, is set to undergo a major overhaul. From new super hero characters to an enhanced day spa and refurbished dining spaces, here's a peak at some of the changes that cruisers can expect.