The short answer? No.
The longer answer is slightly more complex.
Disney prides itself on being a family-focused company, a fact that usually goes without saying. When I was a cast member on board the Disney Wonder, guests sometimes would ask me to direct them to the casino. Many were shocked when I replied there was no casino on board. After all, most major cruise ships do feature sizable casinos with slot machines, roulette, poker tables, Black Jack and more.
The only kind of gambling you’ll be able to indulge in on board a Disney Cruise ship will be a family bingo game. On the Disney Wonder, for example, this takes place typically on a sea day at the Promenade Lounge. Children are welcome and the cast members use family-appropriately language throughout the game.
According to The Unofficial Guide to Disney Cruise Line 2016 (written by Len Testa and Laurel Stewart of TouringPlans, Erin Foster of the Disney Parks Moms Panel and Ritchey Halphen of AdventureKEEN),
“The cost to play is about $10 per paper card game. With four to six games played per hour. Prizes range from duffel bags filled with DCL swag to actual cash jackpots of several thousand dollars. On a recent sailing, we watched a young guy win nearly $9,000 at bingo—enough to pay for his entire vacation and then some.”
Rarely do you hear of casino patrons winning these kinds of jackpots on board other ships!
Some Caribbean ports of call are home to casinos that guests may visit. For example, Disney Cruise Line guests visiting Nassau may opt to visit the casino at Atlantis Resort on nearby Paradise Island.