Disney Cruise Tips & Information
If you are looking for lots of Disney Cruise tips, including about how to save money on a Disney Cruise, you are in the right place!
The pages in this section will provide you with all kinds of helpful hints on how to plan a Disney Cruise and find the best discount for your cruise.
There is also useful information on where to stay before or after your cruise, and how to get to and from Disney’s cruise terminals at Port Canaveral and Los Angeles most efficiently and inexpensively.
Plus you’ll find specific details about special itineraries and themed Disney cruises.
Use the links below or in the left panel to read more Disney Cruise tips and tricks that will help you become a true “MouseSaver”!
Disney Cruise Tips: Basic Information
Disney Cruise Line currently operates five ships, with several more on the way: the Disney Magic, which launched in 1998; the Disney Wonder, which launched in 1999; the Disney Dream, which launched January 2011; the Disney Fantasy, which launched March 2012; and the Disney Wish, which launched July 2022. The Disney Treasure is scheduled to launch in December 2024. And there is one more new ship planned through 2025, a name and details haven’t been announced.
The Disney Magic and the Disney Wonder are very similar to each other, except for the interior design (Art Deco for the Magic, Art Nouveau for the Wonder) and a few differently-themed bars. Both are 83,000-ton vessels with 875 staterooms (2,400 passengers maximum).
The Disney Dream and the Disney Fantasy are also very similar to each other, except for the interior design (Art Deco for the Disney Dream, Art Nouveau for the Disney Fantasy), plus some additional water features, differently-themed bars and Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique on the Fantasy. Both are 122,000 tons and two decks taller than the older ships, with 1,250 staterooms (4,000 passengers maximum).
The Disney Wish is somewhat similar in size to the Disney Dream and Fantasy, but has a “storybook castle” interior design and a somewhat different layout of lounges, pools and kids clubs. It has three all-new restaurants for main dining: an Arendelle-themed one with a live musical show starring Anna, Elsa, Olaf and Kristoff from Frozen; an Art Deco Hollywood themed restaurant called 1923; and a Marvel-themed restaurant. It is 144,000 tons, with 1,254 staterooms (4,000 passengers maximum).
The Disney Treasure, like the Disney Wish, will be similar in size to the Disney Dream and Fantasy. The overall theme of the ship will be adventure, with the design of the Grand Hall inspired by gilded palaces, along with influences from Asia and Africa. The atrium statue will have Aladdin and Jasmine sailing toward adventure on the Magic Carpet. It will have 1,254 staterooms.
If you want to learn tips about possible discounts for your Disney Cruise Line vacation, this is the page for you! We list every known deal, offer, onboard credit or discount available for DCL cruises.
We have collected some Disney Cruise tips, tricks and advice that can help you save time and money when you are planning your Disney Cruise Line vacation.
Here we’ve collected some Disney Cruise tips, tricks and advice that can help you save time and have more fun while you are onboard a Disney Cruise. Read this page and you’ll have a much better idea what to expect, even if you’ve never been on a cruise before!
You can spend quite a bit of money on excursions, tours and activities while in port. Here we help you sort through the options and save money on shore excursions.
Visit this page if you need help with where to stay before or after your cruise, ground transportation (limo or rental car) and other pre/post cruise information.
This page provides information about Disney Cruise Line 2024 itineraries, special itineraries and themed sailings as well as drydock plans.
This page provides information about Disney Cruise Line 2025 itineraries, special itineraries and themed sailings as well as drydock plans.