I’ve sailed on the Disney Wonder a couple of times and she is a great ship. However, with her maiden voyage dating back to August 1999, she is starting to show her age. This ship sails all over the world so it’s no surprise that some things are looking a little rough.
We see a lot of it in the staterooms which are harder to maintain. From our stateroom, you can see where things need to be painted.
Looking over the railing, you can see things are starting to rust.
The divider on the verandah has really been banged up.
The ceiling has seen better days.
On deck 9, the rafters in the ceiling aren’t level any more.
The ceiling over the drink station on Deck 9 is really out of shape.
Don’t get me wrong though. Maintenance crews are always working on the ship. While we were having coffee one morning, we saw them brightening the yellow paint on the funnel for example.
Although not as big as the Fantasy or Dream, the Disney Wonder is still a big ship. There are only so many maintenance crew members and there is just too much to do. The Disney Wonder is a great ship though and we still have a few cruises booked on her. Luckily for the Disney Wonder, she is rumored to be going into dry dock in September and October of 2016. After then we should see a new Disney Wonder restored to all of its glory.