A Closer Look at Disney Dream

Disney Dream Cruises


Disney Dream joined the fleet in 2011 and was the third ship to be introduced by the cruise line. As the sister ship to Disney Fantasy, she is larger than both Disney Wonder and Disney Magic and capable of carrying 4,000 passengers if all rooms are full. The ship is inspired by the golden age of cruising, in the 1930s, but there is still that touch of magic and imagination that you would expect from the Disney brand.

Unsurprisingly, there are plenty of things for young cruisers to get up to during their Disney Dream cruise, from youth activity clubs to ‘first at sea’ attractions like the exciting AquaDuck water coaster. You can ride singly or in a pair as you travel down four decks via a winding water tube; even travelling off the side of the ship at times.

There is also plenty for adults to do as well though, including a wide range of nightclubs, lounges and restaurants. From the adults-only skyline cocktail bar to the spectacular performances staged in the Walt Disney Theatre; it is not just the little ones who will always have a smile on their face. And when it comes to dining on board Disney Dream you will be able to experience the innovative ‘rotational dining’ that the operator deploys. This style of eating out means that you will get to enjoy a different restaurant each evening and form an excellent relationship with your server, who moves with you.

Wherever you turn there will be sprinklings of the type of wonder that only Disney can inspire. The magic extends all the way up to the ship’s funnel which plays familiar tunes from your favourite Disney movies such as ‘When You Wish Upon A Star’ and ‘It’s A Small World’. The ship mainly sails three and four night itineraries in the Bahamas from Fort Lauderdale.

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Ships' Registry: The Bahamas


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