Disney ‘Wonder’ Moves To Port Of Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Disney Cruise Line moved its 964-foot ocean liner, Disney Wonder, to the Port of Los Angeles Friday morning.

The ship, which is capable of carrying 2,400 passengers and 1,000 crew members, will leave Friday night for a special two-night cruise.

disney wonder Disney Wonder Moves To Port Of Los AngelesThe Wonder, which will call the Port of Los Angeles home for at least two years, offers seven-night cruises to the Mexican Riviera.

“The West Coast has a significant fan base for Disney Cruise Line and we continually hear from our guests that they want us to come back to this market,” said Christi Erwin Donnan, a spokeswoman for Disney Cruise Line, based just outside Orlando, Fla.

The move is expected to generate about 2,600 new jobs and $35 million annually for the local economy.

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  • leland alejandro

    kindly email me info asap…….. thx

  • jordan

    do you know where to apply for this specific cruise?

  • Art

    Poorly written article. No mention of where the ship is currently home ported. I know, I can look it up; however, come on.

  • Disney Fan

    Wrong info in the webcast. The Disney Magic was on the West Coast in 2005 and 2008. It’s the first time for the Disney Wonder.

  • SJP

    If the oher two ships pulled out of L.A. because of travel to Mexico, due to the violence, then why is Disney Wonder going to Mexican Rivera?

  • Alexander Kent

    I would be more interested in LA to Alaska cruises

    • SJP

      I agree.

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