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Presenting the Disney Dream!

Jonathan Frontado

by , Public Relations Director, Disney Cruise Line, Adventures by Disney and Disney Vacation Club

Hey Disney Parks Blog readers! The news is finally out, the Disney Dream is coming our way and it’s packed with amazing innovations and overflowing with Disney Magic … and Wonder.

The Disney Dream is full of cruise industry firsts, including the first-ever shipboard water coaster! Guests will have the opportunity to get swept away on a high-speed flume ride with twists, turns, drops, acceleration and river rapids – all while traversing the upper decks of the ship.
Disney Dream Duck Slide

Another cool feature of the Disney Dream can be found in all inside staterooms – a Virtual Porthole! These provide a real-time view outside of the ship via a live, high-def feed. The best part is a special Disney touch. You may glimpse animated characters such as Mickey Mouse or Peach (the starfish from Disney Pixar’s “Finding Nemo”) as they pop by your Virtual Porthole.
Disney Dream Virtual Porthole

The Disney Dream is also brimming with all the features that set Disney Cruise Line apart… enchanting areas for kids where Disney stories come to life, delightful dining experiences for the whole family, sophisticated and trendy adult nightlife and exclusive clubs for teens and tweens.

During the next few weeks we’ll be sharing various blog posts dedicated to specific areas and experiences aboard the ship so make sure to come back an check those out.


  • On the Disney Dream What Will the Kids Clubs be will they still be Disney’s Oceaneer Club and Disney’s Oceaneer Lab or will they be something else.

  • Cannot wait to sail on the Dream. Sorry to disagree with you Minesh,but NOT having a casino is what makes the Disney Cruise ships special and unique in the cruise industry. I hope they keep them off.

  • Everything about this ship looks great!!! I think the virtual portholes are brillant, the aquaduck is amazing and the rest of the ship looks beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing the excitment of this Dream come true! I will be booking my Dream cruise this week, it will be my 10th on Disney.

  • Anything about where it is being docked and where it is going? It looks amazing.

  • Jonathan, I have been waiting for this for what seems like forever! My first cruise on the Magic was-hands down-the best vacation of my 44 years!

    When can we start booking for the Disney Dream? Do you think we can get on the maiden voyage?

  • I’ve heard some amazing things about the debut in New York earlier today. Any chance we’ll be able to get a peek at what was shown off?

  • The ship looks really nice and that water slide seems really fun! A small point, though, is the idea of presenting city skylines in the lounge. If you are on a cruise, Wouldn’t that mean that you want to “escape” of things like cities?

  • Looks nice, that Corridor reminds me of Horizons.

  • This ship looks awesome. We are awe struck! Can’t wait until 2011 for the Dream and 2012 for the Fantasy. 🙂

  • Everything look so GREAT!!! They took the great features from the Magic and Wonder and plused them for the new ships! The Auquduck waterslide looks awesome! The Enchanted Garden Restaurant looks really cool. I love sitting outside eating at topsiders on the Magic. I am so glad to see this reataurant on the new ship as cabanas. I can’t wait to get on this ship!!! It looks like the maiden voyage is Jan 26 ,2011.

    Did they say what Mickey is on the Bow?
    Magic = Sorcerer Mickey
    Wonder = Steamboat Mickey
    Dream = ?

    Where is the ESPNzone?

  • That water slide is intense.

  • Well that just takes the cake I must say! It’s a shame they don’t have casinos on Disney Cruise Lines. And the slide looks SO MUCH FUN!

  • My girlfriend and I are talking about taking a Disney Cruise for our honeymoon (tentatively in September 2011). When does this ship set sail? I think this would be a great experience!

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