Disney cruise line has four ships. The Magic, which started it all in 1998. Then the Wonder followed in August of 1999, Dream in January 2011, and the newest ship, Fantasy, in March 2012.
All Disney ships are painted in Mickey Inspired colors – black hull, yellow accents, white structure, and 2 giant red funnels with the DCL Mickey Mouse logo. Disney is the first cruise line to have yellow life boats. Disney was given special permission from the U.S Coast guard for the colors.
Every cruise ship has an atrium lobby statue celebrating a Disney character. The Magic has Mickey, the Wonder has Ariel, the Dream has Donald, and the Fantasy has Minnie Mouse. The ships are decorated art deco style with geometric design bold solid colors.
The Buena Vista theater (on all ships) is designed to look like elegant movie houses from the 1920 and 1930’s. Swimming pools on Disney ships are heated when the water temperature drops below 75 degrees. There is Wi-Fi on the ship in your stateroom and in public spaces.
Disney, being concerned with the environment, uses condensation from the shipboard air conditioning units and re-uses the water to wash decks, saving 22.3 million gallons of fresh water per year.
On special nights, all Disney ships become Pirate ships, on Pirate night with themed dinners at your rotation and much more.
Fun fact about the Magic and Wonder, both these ships are both longer than Main street U.S.A at Walt Disney World.