Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call LIVE! Guidebook

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Outside Porthole Staterooms (cat. 8–9)

Outside Porthole Staterooms (cat. 8–9)

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Affordable elegance is yours if you choose a porthole over a verandah. These rooms make up only 27% of the staterooms onboard the Magic Class ships. They’re located on decks 1, 2, 5, 6, and 7. On the Dream Class that’s been reduced to 16% of all staterooms, and they’re are found on decks 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9.

 

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Back in 2011, cat. 8 became an all new classification, called the Deluxe Outside Family Stateroom, and the former cat. 8 staterooms on the Magic Class ships are now in category 9A. Most (but not all) staterooms in these categories feature the split bathroom (see page 147), and the sitting area is in the far rear of the stateroom, by the porthole(s). The natural light is a real bonus over inside staterooms, especially for kids who tend to rely more heavily on outside light for their sleep/wake cycle.

An updated category 9 stateroom on the Disney Magic

On the Magic class the portholes on deck 1 differ from those on the higher decks (see photos, below). We prefer the larger porthole (wouldn’t you?).

Deck 1 portholes (Magic Class only)

Deck 2 and up porthole

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