Disney Cruise Line (DCL) has confirmed that the ‘Disney Magic’ will be drydocked in 2018.
Capitalising on the success of the Tiana’s Place, she will return to service with a Tangled-themed family restaurant in place of the short lived Carioca’s, which will be closing early. New spaces for teenagers and a redesigned Cove Cafe are also planned.
At Rapunzel’s Royal Table, families will be able to enjoy a new dining experience inspired by Disney’s Tangled.
Guests will step inside a regal ballroom in the royal castle, lit by glowing wish lanterns and adorned with drawings that reflect Rapunzel’s artistic talents.
Vibe will be redesigned giving teenagers a new space themed to an urban loft environment. Activities at Vibe are organised and hosted by trained Disney counsellors.
Cove Café, the adult-exclusive retreat, will be redesigned in a tropical style. By the Quiet Cove Pool, adult beverage tastings will also be available at select times for an additional fee. The adjacent Signals Bar will also be transformed with a similar look.
Elsewhere on board the ‘Disney Magic’, other enhancement highlights include the addition of Club Disney Junior in Disney’s Oceaneer Club for children and a redesigned Rainforest Room with steam and hydrotherapy in Senses Spa for adults.
‘Disney Magic’ first voyage following her docking will be a five-night Bahamian cruise from Miami on 9th March.