Aboard the Disney Wonder -- It was another makeover for the record books.
As can be seen in the photo tour above, the six-week overhaul this fall of the 1,754-passenger Disney Wonder, one of Disney Cruise Line's two original ships, brought major changes to wide swaths of the vessel including eateries, lounges and cabins. The grand Lobby Atrium, a signature feature, was completely reworked. The Mickey-shaped kiddie pool, an icon of the ship since its debut in 1999, was replaced by a new watery fun zone.
USA TODAY got a peek at the revamped vessel in recent days as it resumed sailings out of Galveston, Texas, and here we highlight five things we love about it.
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My family cruised on the Disney Wonder in 2003. it was a great cruise for the whole family. It is still one of my children's most talked about cruises even though they are older now. The changes that Disney has done on this latest revamp look like they are hitting the mark with both children and adults alike.