The Disney Dream set sail in January 2011 and then in March 2012 guests were introduced to the Disney Fantasy. The Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy are sister ships. As sister ships the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy have a lot in common, but they also have some differences. Let’s examine some of those differences.
- Itinerary: The biggest difference in my opinion is the itinerary. The Disney Dream currently has 3 and 4 night sailings to the Bahamas while the Disney Fantasy has 7 night sailings to the Caribbean.
- Adult Spaces: There are uniquely themed lounges and bars on each ship including the popular Skyline Bar. The District on the Disney encompasses 687 Lounge, District Lounge, Pink, and Evolution. Europa on the Disney Fantasy includes La Piazza, Ooh La La, O’Gill’s Pub, and The Tube. The Disney Fantasy also has the addition of Satellite Falls (a heated pool and waterfall) on the adult pool deck.
- Dining: Guests on the Disney Fantasy get to experience Animation Magic during their second dinner at Animator’s Palate.
- Kid Spaces: The Disney Fantasy has two additional kid spaces onboard. The Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique is on Deck 5 and the Aqua Lab on Deck 12.
- Design: The Disney Dream is art deco while the Fantasy is art nouveau.
The Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy are both amazing ships, but which do you prefer?
Written by Shante Carson — Shante is a Disney Cruise Expert with over eight cruises taken on the Disney Dream, Disney Wonder, and Disney Fantasy. Bon Voyage! Shante is ready to help you plan your magical Disney Cruise vacation. Book your next vacation with Shante at 252-917-0497 or email@example.com.