Disney Wonder’s new homeport is Seattle
Published on March 23rd, 2012
Are you a big fan of Disney? Have you ever considered booking a cruise onboard their ship the Disney Wonder? The family-friendly cruise liner which can easily accommodate up to 2,700 passengers will be taking up its new residence at the port of Seattle but you may have to be quick, as reports are stating that it may not be there in 2013 but could return the year after.
Between now and then, the Disney Wonder is set to offer its customers 15 sailings from the port of Seattle with Alaskan stops to the Tracy Arm fjord and Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan and Victoria B.C.
On its future return to the port of Vancouver, let’s not forget the possible economic affect that the ship’s departure will have on the port of Seattle. Its been reported from spokesman.com that in 2012 Seattle will benefit from some 880,900 passengers from 205 sailings, with an approximate figure of $1.9 million being spent locally from each ship that docks up.
The ship a total of 964 feet in length and a maximum width of 106 feet, offers its passengers 11 huge decks, with accommodation comprising of staterooms giving the modern comforts that families deserve. Along with this, children can enjoy one of a number of youth clubs, an abundance of entertainment, various dining options, 3 pools, nightclub, lounges and so on.
In terms of Disney Wonder cruise line prices, passengers can expect to pay from $917 per person for a 7-night holiday, and this is based on a standard inside stateroom with prices rising for more spacious rooms with an ocean view.
Before we leave you to ponder over your next cruise, take a moment to check out the new Disney Fantasy ship which is reported to be making its maiden voyage on 31st March.
Let us know if you have travelled onboard the Disney Wonder or even its sister ship the Disney Magic? Perhaps you will benefit from the Wonder making its way back to the port of Vancouver?