As many of you know, I absolutely love the Disney Wonder. I embarked on my first Disney Cruise on this ship, so I was very excited to see that she was the first passenger ship to transit through the new Panama Canal locks.
Check out this video of her transit:
PANAMA CITY (April 29, 2017) – Today, the Disney Wonder transited the Panama Canal as the first passenger vessel to go through the canal’s new set of locks, marking a milestone for the cruise industry. The Disney Cruise Line 2,713-passenger ship was transformed in late 2016, expanding the length of the Disney Wonder to 984 feet. Headlining the ship’s enhancements are new imaginative spaces for children – including areas themed to the Marvel Universe and Disney’s “Frozen” – a jazzy restaurant inspired by Disney’s “Princess and the Frog,” and an authentic neighborhood English pub with subtle nods to classic Disney films. The Disney Wonder Panama Canal crossing is part of a 14-night voyage from Port Canaveral, Fla., to San Diego, where the ship will sail cruises to Baja, Mexico, before a summer season from Vancouver to Alaska.
Cruising the Panama Canal is a definite on my bucket list! Disney Cruise Lines offers an amazing Vancouver, British Columbia to Alaska cruise. This one is a definite must do, whether you have kids or not, people of all ages enjoy a Disney Cruise.
The Disney Wonder just went through a renovation so I’m absolutely dying to go back on another cruise on her and see what all the new additions are for myself, and I could most definitely do another cruise to Alaska, there is not another cruise like that!
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