As we told you earlier this month, the Disney Cruise Line will be heavily updating its oldest cruise ship later this year. The Disney Magic will be going into dry dock very soon and our friends at Disney Cruise Line have been busy getting the word out at what exactly will be done to the ship.
Take a look at this video for more information on how Donald Duck’s nephews will be helping guests have more fun on the ship’s updated pool deck!
Take a look at this video for more details on the updated look and feel of the updated staterooms that will be the standard on all the staterooms aboard the Disney Magic. Expect more space for your family and friends!
UPDATE 8/1: Take a look at this video for more details on what changes are coming to the most popular dining experience on board called Animator’s Palette!
UPDATE 8/14: Take a look at this video for more dining options that are happening on the Disney Magic!
Take a look at this video if you’re an adult looking for some after-hours magic – Disney style!
UPDATE 9/10: Take a look at the last behind-the-scenes video that gives you what new magic is coming to the Disney Magic’s upper deck!
UPDATE 9/18: Now that the re-imagining and re-construction has begun on the Disney Magic in Spain, see how the family entertainment on board is getting some re-imagining too!
UPDATE 9/26: Enhancements are currently being installed on the Disney Cruise Line’s first ship including this new dining area called Carioca. See how the name, derived from Donald Duck’s parrot’s name in the classic cartoon “The Three Caballeros,” relates to this festive new dining area!
UPDATE 10/14: Disney Cruise Liners are designed and built for families, so that means there are spaces for parents and the kids to enjoy together and not. Take a look at how Disney re-imagined the adult spaces onboard the new Disney Magic, which is currently being transported back to the US from Spain after completing its total makeover!
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