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New Disney Dream Construction Video

Christi Erwin Donnan

by , Director of External Communications

On Tuesday, the final block of the Disney Dream was put into place at the Meyer Werft shipyard, marking a major milestone in construction, and rounding out the 80 total blocks that make up the ship. It is impressive to witness the ship taking shape, but did you ever wonder how it happens?

In the most simplistic terms, the process of building the Disney Dream is similar to playing with building blocks. Pre-fabricated complete hull sections are joined in block units and are then brought together to form the ship.

Sounds simple, right? Well, check out this video and hear from some of the experts at Disney Cruise Line and Meyer Werft on how the Disney Dream is really coming together.

With the steel construction process complete, efforts now shift to connecting maintenance systems and further building out the interior of the ship. Each day the Disney Dream gets closer and closer to its Maiden Voyage and a reality that I can’t wait to experience!

Comments

  • Thank you for sharing this progress report video. It was wonderful watching the Dream come together. We’re sailing on the first Double-Dip on May 29th. ONLY 10 months and 26 days to go!

  • I am so excited to go on the Dream in June 2011.
    Seeing all the videos and pictures of the Dream being
    constructed gives me chills and goosebumps and I’ll
    have to pinch myself once I get onboard!

  • I have reserved the Maiden Voyage!!! I am so excited it is ridiculous. Taking someone special on their first Disney Cruise and can not wait to have him blown away by the Disney Cruise Line Experience especially aboard this incredible Ship!

  • I may not be able to make it this year, but someday I will!

  • That was absolutely amazing and so exciting! I can’t wait till my April 2011 voyage on the DREAM!!!

  • I can see my room!!!!!!!! maiden voyage!!!!!!!

  • Wondering how I can get on that maiden voyage!!!!!??

  • Looking forward to seeing the Dream firsthand next June. Will enjoy a World stay and then look for some more fun and relaxation on the Dream!

  • Thank you Disney! I am booked on her first Double-Dip May 29th! Very excited as this will be my VERY FIRST cruise and couldn’t have asked for it to be with a better cruise line than Disney! I am almost 32 yrs old and PROUD to be a lifelong fan of Disney!

  • Can’t wait. Booked for April 2011!

    One request…please make the Disney Blogs iPod and iPad friendly by moving to a different technology like the other Disney sites are beginning to use. Thanks!

  • I am so excited to be going on this magnificant ship!!!! I hope you can post more videos! I think our family will have the best vacation ever on the DREAM!!!!!

  • LOOKS GREAT – NOW MAKE THE PRICES EQUAL TO OTHER CRUISE LINES!

  • Thank you for sharing the video on this milestone! I can’t wait to sail on the Maiden Voyage in January!! Also sailing on the Dream in June, 2011.

  • It is so cool to be living in Disney history with the Dream being built and all the new things at Disney Calafornia Adventure! Disneyland in 15 days! I sooo want to go on the dream! Mabye next March!

  • So exciting!!!! Love all the updates. Please keep them coming!

  • Gonna be at the world in 15 days! Can’t wait! I would LOVE to try a cruise sometime!

  • Sailing on the Dream Feb 2011 – can’t wait!

  • May 2011, could not get more excited after seeing this video

  • April 2011 here we come!

  • Sailing November 2011. Can’t wait to explore the ship.

  • Looks awesome! January 26, 2011 won’t come fast enough.

  • You’ve made this lifetime Mouseketeer jump with happiness today, thank you. I get to sail on the Dream in February with a LOT of cool friends. 🙂

  • Sailing in June 2011 with 7 days at the the World as well……Can’t wait.

  • Can. Not. Wait.

  • Awesome – can’t wait! Cruising on the Disney Dream in February of 2011.

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