Disney Fantasy Cruises
Disney Fantasy is the sister of Disney Dream, arriving a year later in March 2012. Although the ships are similar in many ways, there are also many differences that help to make them distinct from one another. The décor throughout harks back the grand days of cruising, in the 1930s, and therefore the whole ship has a homely feel about it. As you would expect, there is still room for Disney to add more than a drop of their creative influence on a ship that’s perfect for families.
Whatever your age, you will be filled with youthful abandon as you explore the different decks and spot some of your favourite characters along the way. Everything from the accommodation to the dining experience is themed with Disney’s films in mind and there is always magic waiting around every corner. There are over 5,000 beds on board the ship, meaning there’s plenty of space for everyone and that the ship is much larger than fleet mates Disney Magic and Disney Wonder.
Popular areas found on Disney Dream are also found here, such as the AquaDuck water coaster, but new additions like the Europa adults-only area are sure to be a hit with the older cruisers. If you ever want to escape to quieter surroundings, there is a range of fantastic bars and lounges in this part of the ship for you to enjoy.
Like the other ships in the fleet, Disney Fantasy features the line’s style of rotational dining. This allows you to experience a different restaurant every night of your cruise so that you can taste the wonderful variety on offer. In a familiar and enchanting touch, the ship’s horn also plays a host of recognisable Disney songs.
7-night Caribbean cruises are available on board Disney Fantasy, with the option to either explore the eastern or western islands. One port that is likely to be included is Disney’s own private island, Castaway Cay, which offers a fantastic range of exclusive activities. The ship sails out of its home port of Port Canaveral, Florida.
Ships' Registry: The Bahamas