The Disney Wonder sails from Galveston during the winter months, with regular seven-night cruises to the Bahamas scheduled. See the Disney Wonder’s Galveston sailing schedule.
Disney’s cruise ships have an elegant look, like the classic ocean-liners of an earlier era, but they’re designed to provide all the comforts and amenities of modern cruising – and it’s all done with typical Disney style.
Disney cruises cater to families and provide lots of activities to keep kids happy and occupied. There are activities specifically for children, such as kids clubs, as well as things that the whole family can enjoy together, like pool time and sports deck activities. And Disney doesn’t forget that parents might enjoy a little adults-only time now and then. Places to get away from the kids include the Quiet Cove Pool, Cove Cafe, Outlook Cafe, Vista Spa, and Route 66 entertainment area.
Dining with kids can be a challenge, but the Disney Wonder’s multiple dining options makes that easier. There are three main dining room options, each the a different theme and type of menu. For more casual dining, cruisers can choose from a buffet, sandwich shop, or pizza parlor. There’s also the adults-only Palo, an Italian restaurant with live music and ocean views.
Some Disney Wonder ship facts:
Inaugural cruise in: 1999
Maximum number of passengers: 2700
Number of pools: 3
Number of bars and lounges: 4