The Disney Fantasy is the fourth ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet. It’s part of the “Dream” class of ships, holding 2,500 passengers, including around 1,500 crew members. There are 16 decks to the ship, of which 14 are accessible for the passengers. The homeport of the Disney Fantasy is in Port Canaveral, Florida. There are six dining locations abroad the ship along with the AquaDuck, the onboard water coaster
The Disney Dream is the third ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet. It’s considered the sister ship to the Disney Fantasy, almost identical in every way. This ship's journey is to go back and forth to Disneys exclusive island Castaway Cay. The island is full of fun adventures for the whole family while also being packed with fun activities to do on and off the ship when docked.
The Disney Wonder is the second ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet. It’s part of the “Magic” class of ships. This ship takes routes around the globe including Alaska, the Mexican Riveria, Hawaii, and the Caribbean. Its home port is in New Orleans, LA which also makes its way into themes on the ship dedicated to the New Orleans lifestyle and culture.
The Disney Magic is the first ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet. It’s considered the sister ship to the Disney Wonder. It’s part of the “Magic” class of ships. This ship now takes trips all over the world, including the Caribbean, northern European ares, and many others. This ship has hosted the Marvel Day at Sea and provides loads of fun for the whole family.
The Disney Wish is the fifth ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet. It is a part of the newest classification of ships, the “Triton” class. This ship will have voyages to Disneys newest island in the Bahamas “Lighthouse Point”.