Disney Dream Cruise Ship Arrives At Port Canaveral, Florida

Disney Dream cruise ship's Art Deco atrium lobby 

The brand new Disney Dream cruise ship entered its Florida port welcomed by a fireworks display this week, after crossing the Atlantic from a ship yard in Germany. The Maiden Voyage is set for January 26th, 2011 and according to Disney Cruise Line webpage, it is nearly fully booked. Disney Dream is scheduled to sail three, four and five-night cruises to the Bahamas, from Port Canaveral. This is the third Disney cruise ship and the first new one in over a decade. A forth ship, Disney Fantasy, is set to debut in April 2012.

Disney Dream is 14 decks tall and can comfortably accommodate 4,000 passengers in 1,250 staterooms with extra storage and split bathrooms. There will be a crew member for every 2,7 passengers. Now that's a lot of pampering if you ask me, but I think I could survive a few days without lifting a finger! Out of all the pools, spa and fitness facilities, restaurants, live shows and youth clubs Disney Dream promises, the AquaDuck seems to be the best piece of entertainment they have there. No wonder, as it is the very first water coaster at sea! You can have a virtual tour of the AquaDuck in the video below.



  1. I just watched the AquaDuck video on YouTube - and it looks amazing! What an experience.

    But I don't know if I have the guts to ride it - just might chicken out at the last minute.

    Luckily, there seems to be a ton of things to see and do - and when you factor in all the wonderful destinations, this new ship is sure to be a hit!

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