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Disney Wonder in Key West
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IN KEY WEST
Richard H. Wagner
Nassau is a busy port and it is not unusual to have five large cruise ships there at once. Here, Disney Wonder was the first ship to arrive and is already docked at Prince George's Wharf.
Above and left: Disney Wonder has a long sharp bow like an ocean liner giving her pleasing lines.
Below: Her stern is more typical of a modern cruise ship but she still has good lines when seen from the back.
Click here for photos of Disney Wonder in Key West
Click here for a photo essay and video of Disney Dream maneuvering in Nassau harbor
Click here for our photo essay of Disney Dream in Port Canaveral
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