With Disney Cruise Line expanding its homeport to Puerto Rico, Disney Magic has included St. Kitts in four sailings on a Southern Caribbean itinerary.
The seven-night cruise will see the 2,700-passenger Disney Magic sailing from San Juan with stops in Antigua, St. Lucia, Grenada, Barbados, and St. Kitts before returning to Puerto Rico. Departure dates: Sept. 20, Sept. 27, Oct. 4 and Oct. 11.
The Disney Magic—along with its sister ship, the Disney Wonder—is a cruise liner that blends classic beauty and grace with all the modern luxuries, technology and comforts that make cruising a pleasure.
With its distinctive design, signature yellow trim across the stately bow and room to accommodate 2,700 passengers, the Disney Magic is one of the most admired and recognizable ocean liners in the world—making hundreds of trips to dozens of exotic international ports every year.
In all, the Disney Magic boasts 11 expansive decks, a total length of 964 feet, a maximum width of 106 feet and an astonishing gross tonnage of 83,000. Aboard the ship,2,700 passengers can fit comfortably, and 950 Cast and Crew Members are on hand to accommodate the needs of each and every Guest, day and night.
Conceived as a “modern classic,” the Disney Magic was designed to evoke all the glamour and beauty of the golden age of ocean travel. With these careful plans, the Disney Magic was built in the legendary Fincantieri shipyards in Italy, revered for the technical ability and ingenuity of its engineers and workforce.