25 Fun Facts About the Disney Magic

Disney Magic Cruise Ship

  1. Maiden Voyage: July 30, 1998 – 4 Night Bahamian Cruise
  2. Passenger Capacity: 2,400
  3. Gross Tonnage: 84,000 Tons
  4. Length: 964 ft, Beam: 106 ft, Draft: 25.3 ft
  5. Speed: Cruising Speed 21.5 Knots – Max Speed 24 Knots
  6. Crew: 950 Cast Members on board at all times
  7. Godmother of the ship is Patricia Disney, Former wife of Roy E. Disney
  8. Goofy is painting the back of the ship – Each ship has a different character
  9. The Magic is longer than Main Street U.S.A at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World
  10. There are 877 Staterooms – Inside: 256, Oceanview: 259 and Verandah 362
  11. The ship horn whistles “When You Wish Upon a Star”
  12. Lobby Statue is Helmsman Mickey Mouse
  13. On an average 7-Night cruise, over 71,500 eggs and are consumed
  14. The ship can make 1,200 tons of fresh water from seawater each day
  15. The ship has 11 decks
  16. One anchor alone weighs 28,200 pounds 
  17. On arrival day, cast members will transport approximately 10,000 suitcases
  18. The Disney Magic was built in two halves about 100 miles apart
  19. The Magic was the first cruise ship to ever have split bathrooms for guests
  20. The Disney Magic was just recently renovated in October of 2013. Some of the new highlights include; The AquaDunk water slide, new Brazilian-themed restaurant, a new kid’s club, new splash zone water play areas and new adult nightclubs.
  21. Wood is used throughout the whole ship, which is rare for newer ships
  22. On average there are over 86 nationalities of cast members
  23. 70% of staterooms have a view of the Ocean and 60% of them have a private verandah
  24. All pools are filled with freshwater and are heated to 75 Degrees
  25. The Walt Disney Theatre can seat 977 guests and expands three decks

– Cody Woodbrey

Creating Magical Vacations
Cell: 435-757-0838

 

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