Three Generations Aboard Ship; fireworks; night
  • On Jun 26, 2015
    Erin from IL Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    We are going on the Disney Magic and our daughter is afraid of elevators unless they are glass (see through). Are the elevators on Magic glass & see through?

    Ahoy, Erin!

    The Disney Magic was the ship that I took my very first Disney Cruise on back in 2010! That was when my adoration for Disney Cruise Line began. And, since her reimagine, the ship is even better!

    The elevators in the main atrium area are glass, but are only open to see where you are going for a few floors. I'm not sure if this will be what your daughter considers "safe" or not.

    One of our cruise "rules" is that we only use the stairs. It is our way of ensuring that we will get some exercise while onboard (and it counteracts all of the delicious desserts slightly). There are three sets of stairs on the Disney Magic, and we typically are doing a maximum of five floors of stairs. This might be a better plan so that your daughter is not too afraid of the elevators.

    I hope you have an amazing time sailing on the Disney Magic. Your daughter will probably LOVE visiting the Oceaneer Club and Oceaneer Lab, especially Pixie Hollow and Andy's Room.

    Happy Cruising, Tracy V.
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Meet the Panelist: Tracy, Illinois

GAWRSH! Hiya pals! I am a Goofy-loving mom of 2, who is married to my real-life Prince Charming. My family supports my passion for all things Disney. Walt Disney World was my very first vacation, when I was just 3 months old, and I recently completed my 73rd trip to a Disney location! I have been fortune enough to parasail high above the Disney Fantasy, attend opening day of Batuu, snorkel in the lagoon at Disney's Aulani, and SO MUCH MORE! I can't wait to help you plan your Disney vacation! 

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