How many guests can sail on the Disney Wonder?
Disney Wonder was the second of the ships to be built to join the Disney Cruise Line fleet.
She was launched in 1998 and along with her sister ship, Disney Magic is known as a “Classic” ship.
Disney Cruise Line is going through a time of rapid expansion. Currently, there are 5 Disney cruise ships, but by the time 2025 ends, there will be eight Disney ships.
There are 3 different “classes” of Disney ships:
- The Classic Ships – Disney Magic and Disney Wonder
- The Dream Class Ships – Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy
- The Triton Class Ships – Disney Wish and Disney Treasure (due to launch in 2024).
There will be one other Triton Class ship due to launch in 2025.
In addition, there will be another mega-sized ship to join the Disney fleet in 2025. This 75% completed ship was acquired by DCL in 2022 after the original owner declared bankruptcy.
Capacity of Disney Wonder Cruise Ship
Gross Tonnage: 83969 GT
Ship Length: 984 feet
Beam: 106 feet
Draft: 25 feet
Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
Capacity: 2,713 passengers
Crew Members: 945
Total on Board: 3,658
Total Staterooms: 875
Ship Cost: $450 Million
Disney Wonder Passenger Capacity
Disney Wonder can accommodate up to 2,713 passengers, although it is rare that she will ever reach this total. This is because most staterooms will not be occupied to capacity.
There are a total of 875 staterooms on the Disney Fantasy
- 256 Inside Staterooms (29%)
- 619 Outside Staterooms (71%)
- 237 ocean view
- 332 verandah (includes 21 suites)
How Fast Does the Disney Wonder Sail?
The Disney Wonder has a maximum speed of 25 mph or 22 Knots.
Disney Wonder is almost exactly the same length as the Eiffel Tower. The Wonder is 984 feet long and the Eiffel Tower is 986 feet high.
Disney Wonder Restaurants
There are 3 rotational dining restaurants on the Disney Wonder:
- Tiana’s Place
- Animator’s Palate
There is also an adult-only restaurant with an additional charge – Palo.
Alison Meacham is the founder of EverythingMouse Disney Blog. For over 15 years she has shared her love of Disney Parks, Disney Cruises and Universal Orlando. In over 30 years of Disney Travel she has spent countless months in Disney Parks and has sailed on over 45 cruises. A British native and now a United States resident she splits her time between California, Florida and the UK. And spends a serious amount of time sailing the seven seas. She helps over 200,000 people per month follow their Disney travel dreams.