Disney Fantasy

Let your every cruising fantasy come to life on Disney Fantasy, a ship that offers fantastic 7-Night cruises to the magical Caribbean.

The Ship

Disney Fantasy is a luxurious ocean liner that offers something for cruisers of all ages. It’s a stylish vessel adorned with gorgeous aesthetic touches, such as polished wood interiors and vintage Disney artwork. Disney Fantasy features many enchanting spaces with surprising design elements, such as virtual portholes offer real-time views of the sea from inside of cabins and cute little mouse designs intricately worked into dining room china.

The Itineraries

When you sail on Disney Fantasy, you’ll visit exciting locales like St. Maarten, St. Thomas, Grand Cayman, Cozumel, San Juan, and Castaway Cay, an exclusive port only for Disney Cruise Lines passengers.


There are three main dining rooms on Disney Fantasy, each of which offers a unique theme that seems to come straight out of a Disney Park. At Animator’s Palate, you’ll find a giant paintbrush and cartoon art as your décor, and you’ll notice a charming space called Enchanted Garden where the interior transforms from day to night as the day’s meals progress.

Bars and Clubs

Disney Fantasy is a family-oriented cruise ship, but adults have their own special places for fun. The bars, clubs, and lounges on Disney Fantasy continue to feed fantasies of endless leisure and enchanted living. As you sail on Disney Fantasy, visit Europa, a lounge inspired by European travel, and The Tube, a nightclub reminiscent of late-night London.


Wait until you see the Aqua Duck water coaster on Disney Fantasy! This water ride is exclusive to Disney Cruise Lines and it’s one of the first water coasters at sea. Other fun activities to explore on Disney Fantasy include the Mickey Pool with spiral slide, adults-only Quiet Cove, kids’-oriented Oceaneer’s Club, Broadway-style theater, fitness center, and Senses Spa.

To learn more about what’s in store for you on a Disney Fantasy cruise, and to book a cruise, visit the Disney Cruise Lines’ website.

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