Are you ready to step back in time?
The Disney Fantasy may be a new ship, but with her Art Nouveau interiors she has the elegance of a vintage ocean liner. Top-notch service, themed dining, frequent cameos by Disney’s costumed characters — everything onboard benefits from Disney Cruise Line’s unique brand of storytelling. This beautiful ship is primed for family fun.
Gamblers, take note: There are no casinos on any ships in the Disney Cruise Line fleet.
The Disney Fantasy is a rare ship where entry-level accommodations might, to some, be as desirable as a suite. There are 10 cabin styles. The inside staterooms feature a screen that displays a live view of the horizon outside. Because this is a Disney ship, it’s no normal view, either—you’ll see character animations playfully dancing across the vista. On the other end of the spectrum, Concierge-class staterooms feature exclusive access to the Concierge Lounge and sundeck onboard.
In all but the first-tier staterooms, there are family-friendly split bathrooms—a tub/shower and sink in one compartment and a toilet and sink in another—as well as a privacy curtain to divide the quarters. Suite bathrooms are more elaborate.
The decor is vintage nautical with Mickey references, of course, on the fixtures and hardware. Nostalgic touches in the non-suites include a table that doubles as a steamer trunk. Speaking of trunks, staterooms that sleep three to five have plentiful storage, so don’t skimp when packing the kids’ favorite toys.
Many passengers’ favorite grown-up features are the two Wave Phones in each room—essentially cruise-use cell phones that allow you to contact other Wave Phones as well as any shipboard phone and stateroom phone while onboard and ashore on Disney’s Castaway Cay. Use of the Wave Phones is free of charge.