On Saturday, the Disney Magic will start a two-week dry-dock period for upgrades at the Norshipco Shipyard in Norfolk, Va. During that dry dock, Disney Magic will expand the Vista Spa and Salon. It also will transform three conference rooms on Deck 2 into a children's area called Ocean Quest. Ocean Quest will feature a scaled replica of the ship's bridge, complete with liquid-crystal display, or LCD, screen "windows" that let children look out over the bridge via live video feed from the actual bridge. Additionally, Disney Magic guests soon will be able to enjoy poolside movies on a new 24-foot-by-14-foot light-emitting diode, or LED, screen on Deck 9. Aboard the Disney Magic -- as with other cruise ships -- use of the spa facilities is a separate cost. Disney Cruise Line officials said there was no price determined yet for the additional cost of the spa-treatment center. The fitness center -- which includes treadmills, elliptical machines, stationary bikes, machine weights and free weights -- also will be renovated and is expected to be about double the size of the current fitness center. Use of the fitness center is free of additional charges. "We use dry dock to further enhance the guest experience," said Jason Laseckia Disney Cruise Line spokesman. "This time, we're adding something new for the adults, with spa villa; something new for children, with Ocean Quest; and something new for the family, with the LED screen." Disney would not disclose the cost of the Magic's renovations.