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Category 7 Staterooms (Magic Class)

Category 7 Staterooms (Magic Class)

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There are only 30 category 7 staterooms (214 sq. ft./19.9 sq. m. interior) on the Magic and Wonder, of which 26 have Navigator’s Verandahs (enclosed verandah with open-air porthole). All sleep 3 guests and are located on the quietest decks: 5, 6, and 7. Note that the verandahs on deck 5 are a bit shallower at 42" (106 cm.) than those on upper decks at about 48" (122 cm.). Four of the category 7 staterooms (#6134, #6634, #7120, and #7620) were originally category 5 and 6 staterooms—they have plexiglass railings and partially obstructed views due to the hull design, and their verandahs aren’t enclosed like the other category 7 rooms.

Note that the Navigator’s Verandah on the Disney Wonder sports a larger porthole, while the Magic’s is a bit smaller. Both have a built-in, padded bench, a chair, and a small table.

Disney Magic Navigator’s Verandah

Disney Wonder Navigator’s Verandah

Our category 7 stateroom on the Wonder (pre-refurb) was cozy and comfortable

The enclosed navigator’s verandah

Dave loves the built-in bench

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Top Photo Slice: Navigator's Verandah on the Disney Magic (℗ 53295) Photo contributed by © Jennifer Marx



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