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Photo Tour and Deck Plan: Disney Wish

The newest ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet, the Disney Wish, took its maiden voyage in July 2022. The Disney Wish is the fifth ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet, has 15 decks, 1,254 staterooms, is 1,119 feet in length and weighs 144,000 gross tons. You'll find a Cinderella statue in the Grand Hall and see Rapunzel on the stern.

We'll tour the ship starting from Deck 1 up to Deck 15, going from Aft to Forward. Let's start our photo tour!

Deck 1

Deck 1 is where you'll find the Health Center. It's also where you can exit the ship to board a tender at Ports of Call that require ships to anchor offshore. 

Deck 2

Deck 2 is the home of "it's a small world" nursery which is for children age 12 months to 2 years old. It's important to know that childcare at "it's a small world" nursery is not included in your cruise fare but the Oceaneer Club is included.
"it's a small world" nursery
The absolute cutest nursery in the world
Next to the nursery, is the Disney's Oceaneer Club. This the youth club area for kids age 3-12 years old. Disney's Oceaneer Club on the Disney Wish includes the Marvel Super Hero Academy, Star Wars Cargo Bay, Fairy Tale Hall, Mickey & Minnie Captain's Deck, and the Walt Disney Imagineering Lab. 
Disney's Oceaneer Club entrance
Slide from Deck 3 to Disney's Oceaneer Club
Cute murals outside the Oceaneer Club
Marvel Super Hero Academy
Star Wars: Cargo Bay
Fairytale Hall
There are so many cute details in the Oceaneer Club!
Mickey & Minnie Captain's Deck
The cutest restrooms are located in Disney's Oceaneer Club
Walt Disney Imagineering Lab
You'll also find staterooms located on Deck 2 and the accessible entrance to the Walt Disney Theatre.

Deck 3

Deck 3 is where you will find one of the three main dining restaurants; 1923. The restaurant is actually split in half so you have 1923: Walt Disney on one side and 1923: Roy Disney on the other. 
Hallway to the Aft Elevator Lobby between the Walt and Roy sides of 1923
Really pretty artwork with some fun surprises
Deck 3 is also where you enter the ship into the gorgeous Grand Hall. The Grand Hall is where you'll find a ton of character meet and greets and entertainment on the Grand Hall Stage. It's also where you can find the Cinderella statue. The Grand Hall is 3 decks high and has balconies on Deck 4 and 5. 
You'll also find the Oceaneer Club Check-In desk in the Grand Hall and the most awesome entrance to the Oceaneer Club ever; a slide! You can check-in your kids at the desk and then they can slide down from Deck 3 to Deck 2 to enter the club. Adults can try out the slide during open house hours and I highly recommend! 
Deck 3 has several shopping locations on the Starboard side; Enchanted Castle Jewels, Royal Regalia, Once Upon a Time and 3 Wishes. Treasures Untold is another shop located on the Port side.
Deck 3 is home to several nightclubs and lounges. Nightingale's and Star Wars: Hyperspace Lounge are located on the Port side and The Bayou is located in the middle of Deck 3. 
Rounding out Deck 3 is the main entrance to the Walt Disney Theatre where you can see Broadway style shows and entertainment each night of your cruise. You can grab a drink or snack from Preludes located outside the theatre. 

Deck 4

Deck 4 Aft is the location of one of the other main dining restaurants; Worlds of Marvel. This is a really fun dining experience with lots of Marvel cameos. 
If you're looking for a little pampering, look no further than Hook's Barbery, Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique and the Untangled Salon. 
Untangled Salon
Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique
You'll find the Wishing Star Cafe located between Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique and the Untangled Salon. 
Wishing Star Cafe
Located Midship is the DVC Desk and Guest Services/Port Adventure Desk. 
DVC Desk on the Starboard side
Port Adventures Desk on the Port side
Near the Forward Elevator Lobby is Luna and Luna Libations. Luna is an area for the whole family to sing, dance, play games and enjoy live entertainment.

The Disney Wish has two movie theaters located on Deck 4. The Never Land Cinema is located on the Starboard side and the Wonderland Cinema is on the Port side. 

Deck 4 Forward is the Walt Disney Theatre Balcony. 

Deck 4 is also where you will find the Shipside Promenade. This ship is unlike others in the Disney fleet in that the Shipside Promenade goes up three decks. There are stairs from Deck 4 up to Deck 5 and then again up to Deck 6 to complete the Promenade. 
Shipside Promenade on Deck 4

Deck 5 

Deck 5 Aft is the home of the third main dining restaurant on the Disney Wish; Arendelle: A Frozen Dining Adventure. This restaurant provides dinner and a show!
Located on Deck 5 Aft, Edge is the place to be for tweens ages 11-14.
In front of the Aft Elevator Lobby is the Enchanted Sword Cafe. The Shutters Portrait Studio, Shutters, DVC, Disney Vacation Planning, and the Shopping Ambassador desk are located on Starboard side. 
Shutters and DVC
You'll find Art on Demand and Mickey's Mainsail on the Port side for more shopping opportunities.
Mickey's Mainsail
The Grand Hall from the balcony on Deck 5
You can access the Luna Balcony from Deck 5. On either side of the Forward Elevator Lobby you'll find the Triton Lounge and Key & Compass. 
Luna Balcony on Deck 5
Triton Lounge
Deck 5 Forward is home to the Senses Spa and Senses Fitness. The Senses Spa has an outdoor relaxation sundeck complete with sun loungers and deck chairs. 
Senses Fitness
View of the Senses Spa sundeck from Deck 6

Deck 6-10

Decks 6 through 10 are where you will find the majority of the staterooms onboard. The staterooms on the Disney Wish are themed to various Disney films such as Frozen, Moana, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Tangled, The Little Mermaid and the Princess and the Frog. 
Frozen themed stateroom

Moana themed stateroom
The Little Mermaid themed stateroom
Deck 6 Forward is where you can walk up to the bow of the ship on the Shipside Promenade. This portion of the Shipside Promenade is only available via the stairs on Deck 5. 
Located on Deck 8 is the one and only laundry facility onboard, the Fairytale Fresh Laundry. 

Deck 11

Deck 11 Aft is where you will find the buffet dining option onboard; Marceline Market. The restaurant offers a casual dining experience for breakfast and lunch and a table-service dining option at dinner. 
Inside Out: Joyful Sweets is a dessert shop inspired by the Disney Pixar animated film Inside Out located on the Starboard side of the ship. The treats here aren't included in your cruise fare. Across the way on the Port side, you'll find Dory's Forget Me Knots, another shopping location.
Some of the treat options at Inside Out: Joyful Sweets
Deck 11 is where you will find the majority of the pools onboard, including Daisy's Pool, Minnie's Pool, Pluto's Pool and Mickey's Pool, as well as the Funnel Vision Deck Stage. 
Mickey's Pool in front of the Funnel Vision
View from Pluto's Pool
The Beverage Stations onboard are located on Deck 11 as well as the Lookout lounge. 

There are more food options on Deck 11 with Mickey and Friends Festival of Foods. This location offers quick service options from Mickey's Smokestack Barbecue, Sweet Minnie's Ice Cream, Donald's Cantina, Daisy's Pizza Pies and Goofy's Grill.
You'll find more staterooms Deck 11 Forward. 

Deck 12

Deck 12 Aft is home to the adult only dining options onboard the Disney Wish. Here you'll find Palo Steakhouse and Enchante by Chef Arnaud Lallement. Both restaurants offer brunch and dinner options for adults to enjoy for an additional charge. Enjoy a pre or post dinner cocktail at The Rose lounge located at the entrance to these two restaurants. 
Palo Steakhouse
The family-friendly Hero Zone and the Hideaway, the first club for older teens and young adults ages 18 to 20, are also on Deck 12. 
The Incredi-Games setup inside the Hero Zone
The Hideaway
Next door to The Hideaway is Vibe, a youth club for teens ages 14 to 17. Teens can meet new friends, watch movies, play games and participate in activities created just for them. 
Deck 12 is home to a couple more pools. Here you'll find Donald's Pool and Goofy's Pool located directly across from the Funnel Vision.
Donald's and Goofy's Pools located on Deck 12
There is more splash filled fun to be found on Deck 12 with Slide-a-saurus Rex, Trixie's Falls and the Toy Story Splash Zone. These areas are geared towards younger cruisers. The deck area offers multi-tiered seating to give you a good vantage point of little ones playing in the Toy Story Splash Zone. 
Slide-a-saurus Rex slide
My boys enjoying Trixie's Falls
Toy Story Splash Zone
Tiered deck areas across from the Toy Story Splash Zone
Next to the Toy Story Splash Zone is Wheezie's Freezes.  This spot serves up a variety of frozen treats and drinks, including snow cones and some alcoholic beverages. 
Forward there are Concierge staterooms as well as the Concierge Lounge.
Concierge Lounge outdoor space on Deck 12

Deck 13

Deck 12 Aft if where you will find the Adult Only area of the Disney Wish. There is a Sun Deck, Quiet Cove Pool, Cove Bar and Cove Cafe, and Quiet Cove Whirlpool. 
The Hero Zone goes up to Deck 13 and has a balcony area with air hockey and foosball tables. It also offers great views of the basketball court below or the Incredi-Games when it's inflated. 
The first-ever Disney attraction at sea, the AquaMouse is on Deck 13. Based on The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse cartoons, this attraction is a fun, tube ride around the ship.
A portion of the AquaMouse attraction
Deck 13 Forward are more Concierge staterooms and the Concierge Lounge, Concierge Pool and Concierge Private Sun Deck. 

Concierge Lounge Private Sun Deck seating area

Deck 14 & 15

Deck 14 of the Disney Wish has another small Sun Deck for adults only located Aft. 
View from the Deck 14 Sun Deck
Another first of its kind on the Disney Wish is the Concierge Wish Tower Suite located INSIDE the Forward Funnel! This suite has 2 main bedrooms, a library/bedroom and a children's room, 4.5 bathrooms, 2-story living space, grand spiral staircase, dining area, and walk-in closets. It's amazing!
Views from the Wish Tower Suite
Deck 14 Forward is the Currents Bar and Chip 'n Dale's Pool. 

Ashley is a Gold Castaway Club Member and has sailed on all of the Disney Cruise Line ships. You can email Ashley at


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