Published: 15:14, 17 October 2020
| Updated: 15:16, 17 October 2020
A different Disney cruise ship has arrived in Kent following a changeover with another in the fleet.
Disney Wonder is now moored up in Dover after arriving from Brest, in France, yesterday morning.
The 11-deck luxury liner is the sister ship to Disney Magic, which has spent many months in 2020 interchanging between the Kent port and France.
Wonder, which was stationed in San Diego back in the spring, has been out of action since March when its schedule was wiped clean due to coronavirus.
The mammoth ship has the capacity to hold 2,400 passengers almost 1,000 crew.
Registered to the Bahamas, it is now in Dover for what is believed to be its maiden visit to the port.
It has sailed all across the world following its maiden voyage in 1999 and boasts restaurants, three themed swimming pools, gyms, a 3D cinema and numerous live productions.
While Disney Magic is kitted out in Art Deco style, the interior of Wonder is decorated in Art Nouveau style.
When operating, the huge ship ferries passengers around the likes of Alaska, Mexico, Hawaii and the Caribbean.
The Disney Cruise Line currently runs four vessels, Wonder, Magic, Dream and Fantasy.