Disney Dream is the third ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet. Disney Dream is the sister ship to the Disney Fantasy. Disney Dream set sail for the first time in 2011 (12 years after the Disney Wonder). The Disney Dream is 40% larger than the first two Disney ships. Disney Dream has 14 decks and can hold up to 4,000 passengers. Let’s explore some of the ship’s highlights.
Itineraries- Guests on the Disney Dream can enjoy 3 and 4 Night Bahamian Cruises. Cruises depart from Port Canaveral and sail to Nassau and Castaway Cay.
Youth Clubs & Activities- Disney Dream has themed youth clubs for kids of all ages. Disney Dream also introduced the world to the first water coaster at sea, the AquaDuck. AquaDuck spans four decks as you travel 765 feet. There’s usually a contest onboard to see who can ride the AquaDuck the most on each cruise.
Dining- The Disney Dream has three complimentary main dining restaurants including Animator’s Palate, Enchanted Garden, and Royal Palace. Disney Dream has two adult only restaurants, Palo and Remy. Palo is an Italian restaurant and Remy has French cuisine.
Family Entertainment- Disney’s Believe, Villains Tonight, and The Golden Mickeys are the Broadway style productions featured on the Disney Dream. Families can also enjoy first run films, fireworks, and lots of character interactions throughout their cruise.
Nightclubs & Lounges- The District is the adults only entertainment area on the Disney Dream. The District includes several bars and lounges such as District Lounge, 687,Evolution, Pink, and Skyline. Skyline is my favorite adult only area on the Disney Dream. The “skyline” behind the bar changes every 15 minutes with breathtaking views of various international skylines.
Written by Shante Carson — Shante is a Disney Cruise Expert with over ten cruises taken on the Disney Dream, Disney Dream, Disney Magic, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.