Disney Magic First ship in the Disney Cruise Line’s fleet. It is 83,000 tons and features 875 cabins, four restaurants (Parrot Cay, Animator’s Palate, Lumiere’s, Palo) and a buffet (Topsider), two theaters, three swimming pools, and many other amenities. It had its maiden voyage on July 30, 1998, beginning three- and four-day cruises to the Caribbean (and Disney’s Castaway Cay island) from Port Canaveral, Florida. The Magic switched to seven-day cruises (including stops at St. Maarten and St. Thomas/St. John) on August 12, 2000, and began alternate itineraries to Key West, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel on May 11, 2002. From May 28 to August 20, 2005, the ship sailed out of Los Angeles to the Mexican ports of Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlán, and Cabo San Lucas. For the summer of 2007, the Magic featured 10- and 11-day cruises through the Mediterranean out of Barcelona., and in the summer of 2008 it returned to the West Coast. For 2009, the Magic added stops in the Caribbean at St. Croix or Tortola. 2010 and 2011 Mediterranean cruises added Tunisia, Malta, and Corsica, and there were additionally four 2010 cruises to Northern European ports out of Dover, England. In 2011, cruises were announced to Canada and the New England Coast out of New York and the western Caribbean out of Galveston. In 2018 Carioca’s was replaced by Rapunzel’s Royal Table.