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Disney Dream current position
Disney Dream current location is at North West Atlantic Ocean (coordinates 26.15928 N / -78.25116 W) cruising at speed of 10.9 kn (20 km/h | 13 mph) en route to BS GOC. The AIS position was reported 5 minutes ago.All Itineraries Current Position
Current itinerary of Disney Dream
Disney Dream current cruise is 5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise From Miami. The itinerary starts on 27 Mar, 2023 and ends on 01 Apr, 2023.
|Date / Time||Port|
|27 Mar 15:45||Departing from Miami, Florida hotels|
|28 Mar 08:30 - 16:45||Disney Castaway Cay, Bahamas DCL private island|
|30 Mar 08:30 - 16:45||Cozumel, Quintana Roo Mexico, Riviera Maya|
|01 Apr 08:00||Arriving in Miami, Florida hotels|
Specifications of Disney Dream
|Year of build||2010 / Age: 13|
|Builder||Meyer Werft (Papenburg, Germany)|
|Building cost||USD 900 million|
|Engines (power)||MAN B&W (76.8 MW / 102990 hp)|
|Propulsion power||46 MW / 61687 hp|
|Speed||22 kn / 41 km/h / 25 mph|
|Length (LOA)||340 m / 1115 ft|
|Beam (width)||41 m / 135 ft|
|Gross Tonnage||129690 gt|
|Passengers||2500 - 3500|
|Decks with cabins||9|
|Christened by||Jennifer Hudson|
|Owner||The Walt Disney Company (via Disney Magic Co Ltd)|
|Operator||Disney Cruise Line (via Magical Cruise Co Ltd)|
Disney Dream Itineraries
|Date||Itinerary||Departure Port||Price from|
|2023 Feb 27||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise From Miami With Marvel Day At Sea||Miami||$2755|
|2023 Mar 04||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise From Miami With Marvel Day At Sea||Miami|
|2023 Mar 09||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise From Miami||Miami|
|2023 Mar 13||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise From Miami||Miami|
|2023 Mar 18||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise From Miami||Miami|
|2023 Mar 23||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise From Miami||Miami|
|2023 Mar 27||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise From Miami||Miami|
|2023 Apr 01||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise From Miami||Miami|
|2023 Apr 06||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise From Miami||Miami|
|2023 Apr 10||5 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise From Miami With 2 Stops At Disney Castaway Cay||Miami|
|2023 Apr 15||7 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise From Miami||Miami|
|2023 Apr 22||7 days, round-trip Eastern Caribbean Cruise From Miami||Miami|
|2023 Apr 29||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise From Miami||Miami|
|2023 May 04||3 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise From Miami||Miami|
|2023 May 07||13 days, one-way from Miami to Barcelona||Miami|
|2023 May 20||7 days, round-trip Mediterranean Cruise From Barcelona With Silver Anniversary At Sea||Barcelona|
|2023 May 27||7 days, round-trip Mediterranean Cruise From Barcelona With Silver Anniversary At Sea||Barcelona|
|2023 Jun 03||9 days, one-way from Barcelona to Civitavecchia-Rome||Barcelona|
|2023 Jun 12||8 days, round-trip Mediterranean With Greek Isles Cruise From Civitavecchia With Silver Anniversary At Sea||Civitavecchia-Rome|
|2023 Jun 20||7 days, round-trip Mediterranean With Greek Isles Cruise From Civitavecchia With Silver Anniversary At Sea||Civitavecchia-Rome|
|2023 Jun 27||11 days, one-way from Civitavecchia-Rome to Barcelona||Civitavecchia-Rome|
|2023 Jul 08||7 days, round-trip Mediterranean Cruise From Barcelona With Silver Anniversary At Sea||Barcelona|
|2023 Jul 15||7 days, one-way from Barcelona to Southampton||Barcelona|
|2023 Jul 22||10 days, one-way from Southampton to Copenhagen||Southampton|
|2023 Aug 01||7 days, round-trip Northern Europe Cruise From Copenhagen With Silver Anniversary At Sea||Copenhagen|
|2023 Aug 08||11 days, one-way from Copenhagen to Southampton||Copenhagen|
|2023 Aug 19||7 days, round-trip Norwegian Fjords Cruise From Southampton With Silver Anniversary At Sea||Southampton|
|2023 Aug 26||4 days, round-trip France Cruise From Southampton With Silver Anniversary At Sea||Southampton|
|2023 Aug 30||4 days, round-trip Spain Cruise From Southampton With Silver Anniversary At Sea||Southampton|
|2023 Sep 03||7 days, round-trip Northern Europe And Norwegian Fjords Cruise From Southampton With Silver Anniversary At Sea||Southampton|
|2023 Sep 10||7 days, round-trip British Isles Cruise From Southampton With Silver Anniversary At Sea||Southampton|
|2023 Sep 17||11 days, one-way from Southampton to New York||Southampton|
|2023 Sep 28||5 days, round-trip Bermuda Cruise From New York||New York|
|2023 Oct 03||4 days, round-trip Halloween On The High Seas Bermuda Cruise From New York||New York|
|2023 Oct 07||6 days, round-trip Halloween On The High Seas Bermuda Cruise From New York||New York|
|2023 Oct 13||4 days, round-trip Halloween On The High Seas Bermuda Cruise From New York||New York|
|2023 Oct 17||4 days, round-trip Halloween On The High Seas Canada Cruise From New York||New York|
|2023 Oct 21||6 days, round-trip Halloween On The High Seas Bermuda Cruise From New York||New York|
|2023 Oct 27||4 days, round-trip Halloween On The High Seas Bermuda Cruise From New York||New York|
|2023 Oct 31||4 days, round-trip Halloween On The High Seas Bermuda Cruise From New York||New York|
|2023 Nov 04||6 days, one-way from New York to San Juan||New York|
|2023 Nov 10||7 days, round-trip Southern Caribbean Cruise From San Juan||San Juan|
|2023 Nov 17||3 days, one-way from San Juan to Fort Lauderdale||San Juan|
|2023 Nov 20||5 days, round-trip Very Merrytime Western Caribbean Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2023 Nov 25||5 days, round-trip Very Merrytime Western Caribbean Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2023 Nov 30||4 days, round-trip Very Merrytime Bahamian Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2023 Dec 04||5 days, round-trip Very Merrytime Western Caribbean Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2023 Dec 09||5 days, round-trip Very Merrytime Western Caribbean Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2023 Dec 14||4 days, round-trip Very Merrytime Bahamian Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2023 Dec 18||5 days, round-trip Very Merrytime Western Caribbean Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2023 Dec 23||5 days, round-trip Very Merrytime Western Caribbean Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2023 Dec 28||5 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise With 2 Stops At Castaway Cay From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Jan 02||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Jan 07||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise From Fort Lauderdale With Marvel Day At Sea||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Jan 12||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise From Fort Lauderdale With Marvel Day At Sea||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Jan 17||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Jan 21||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise From Fort Lauderdale With Marvel Day At Sea||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Jan 26||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise From Fort Lauderdale With Marvel Day At Sea||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Jan 31||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Feb 04||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise From Fort Lauderdale With Marvel Day At Sea||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Feb 09||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise From Fort Lauderdale With Marvel Day At Sea||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Feb 14||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Feb 18||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise From Fort Lauderdale With Marvel Day At Sea||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Feb 23||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise From Fort Lauderdale With Marvel Day At Sea||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Feb 28||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Mar 03||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise From Fort Lauderdale With Marvel Day At Sea||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Mar 08||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise From Fort Lauderdale With Marvel Day At Sea||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Mar 13||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Mar 17||5 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise With 2 Stops At Castaway Cay From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Mar 22||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Mar 27||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Mar 31||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Apr 05||3 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Apr 08||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Apr 12||3 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Apr 15||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Apr 19||3 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Apr 22||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 Apr 26||5 days, round-trip Western Caribbean Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
|2024 May 01||4 days, round-trip Bahamian Cruise From Fort Lauderdale||Fort Lauderdale|
Disney Dream Review
Review of Disney Dream
The 2010-built MS Disney Dream cruise ship is Walt Disney's third (Dream-class) liner with sistership Disney Fantasy (2012).
The vessel (IMO number 9434254) is currently Bahamas-flagged (MMSI 311042900) and registered in Nassau.
History - construction and ownership
DCL-Disney Cruise Line is a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company (shipowner). The company was incorporated in 1996 as "Magical Cruise Company Ltd". Walt Disney also owns the Bahamian private island Castaway Cay (exclusive port of call - for Disney ships only) and an exclusive Cruise Terminal at Port Canaveral (Orlando Florida). Disney cruises are marketed as "family vacations" and feature unique and exclusive activities, such as costumed Disney Characters, adults-only deck areas, dedicated facilities for teens, kids and infants-toddlers, signature (trademarked) shipboard facilities and activities, themed live entertainment.
The 4000-passenger ship Disney Dream is among industry's best cruise liners for families with small kids (younger than 8). MS Disney Dream is almost 50% larger, 2-deck taller and with 44% bigger passenger capacity in comparison to the older fleet mates Magic and Wonder. The ship design is inspired by traditional 1920s ocean liners. The vessel features a navy blue hull, 2 bright red funnels, elegant Art Deco decorations and some of the most innovative technologies and fun ideas at sea, including:
- 22 pieces of "Enchanted Art" adorning the walls of hallways - paintings and pictures that are actually framed LCD screens with a technology to recognize guests present and proceeding with one of several animations;
- wave phones in every stateroom (used to call or text other guests) and effectively replacing the old onboard beeper system (now the counselors' messages come directly to the parents' phones);
- the Magical Portholes on the walls of all Disney Dream Inside cabins (LED screens showing a real-time view of the ship).
The CLIENTELE consists almost entirely of North American travelers (the USA and Canada). The new Disney Lines approach to teens and young couples (by age-related activities and limited access onboard venues) adds a really strong appeal for multi-generational cruisers.
The DRESS CODE is similar to that of the Disney luxury resorts - day casual and evening resort casual (men - jackets (no ties) and pants, women - summer dresses). All Disney Dream sailings include one pirate and one semi-formal night. On 3-day Disney Dream cruises, one night is casual, 4-day sailings are with 2 casual evenings and on 5-day voyages 3 nights are casual.
Disney Dream TIPS (totaling the US $12 PP per day) are given to waiters (including the assistant waiters) and to cabin attendants. Additionally, a 15% gratuity on all drinks is automatically charged to guests' shipboard accounts.
Decks and Cabins
Most Disney Dream staterooms (1250 total, in 28 grades) are 205-255-ft2 Balconies. The ship has 21 Suites, 887 Balcony, 199 Oceanview and 150 Inside cabins. The largest accommodations are the Concierge Royal Suites (900 ft2 / 84 m2 plus 885 ft2 / 82 m2 terrace).
Disney Dream ship cabins are very well planned and equipped. Like on all Disney ships, Disney Dream staterooms are some of the industry's largest standard cabins, most of them designed to easily accommodate four passengers. Some of the best Disney cabins features are the ample closet space, the normal-sized living space and the split bathrooms (1 room with shower-bathtub-sink and a separate toilet and sink).
Beds on Dream are raised to allow storing 2 medium-sized suitcases underneath, staterooms also got 2 vanities, a 22-inches smart HDTV, an iPod docking station and 2 rechargeable "Wave Phones" to be used ship-wide. The Disney Dream Inside cabin has a most innovative feature (and the industry's first, for that matter) - the Magical Portholes, which are LCD screens (above the beds) in the shape of portholes, projecting a real-time view outside the ship (provided by cameras). Veranda cabins feature 2 chairs and a small table on the balcony. The Disney Dream suites. Concierge Suites and Concierge Family Cabins (Deck 11-12) are new for the line, offering direct access to the ship's concierge facilities (1 small lounge, a private sun deck area with chairs, free food and drinks).
Most 1-bedroom suites are with connecting doors (1 queen bed a sitting area with a double convertible sofa, 1 pull-down bed in the living rooms, a walk-in closet, 2 bathrooms (one with a hot-tub). The largest Disney Dream stateroom, the Royal Suite, adds to all previously mentioned a living room, a wet bar, a kitchenette, media library and a Jacuzzi on the balcony.
The boat has 14 decks, of which 9 are with cabins.
Shipboard dining options - Food and Drinks
The Disney Dream three themed main restaurants are called "Animator's Palate", "Enchanted Garden" and "Royal Palace". There are 2 adults-only specialty restaurants - "Remy" (named after the "Ratatouille" movie star, French cuisine) and "Palo" (Italian cuisine) as alternative dining options. The line's Rotational Dining system allows you to rotate to each of the three main restaurants each night while your servers follow you. The Animator's Palate has screens showing animated Disney characters and themes from "Finding Nemo" movie. The Enchanted Garden is a Versailles-inspired room, featuring lighting effects, transforming day into night. The Royal Palace is princesses-themed with numerous portraits of "Cinderella" and the "Sleeping Beauty" movie characters (even the bread baskets are shaped as Cinderella's coach). The food quality is very good, the service staff is amicable and timely.
The Remy specialty restaurant is a classy place to be on any special occasion, offering a marvelous French menu and charging serious prices - a service fee of $75 PP (reservations are required, along with the formal dress code), drinks and wine are additional. The Palo restaurant is an Italian (Mediterranean) eatery with $20 cover PP (serves dinner and on selected days - Champagne brunch). Superb fish and seafood entrees, a cold buffet (meats, cheese, shrimp, salads and desserts) and several hot made-to-order items. The "Cabanas" casual dining complex on Deck 11 has several food and drink stations for hot and cold buffet items (including made-to-order omelets and sandwiches). The "Flo's Cafe" offers burgers, chicken fingers, wraps, pizza, salads.
Follows the complete list of Disney Dream restaurants and food bars.
- Enchanted Garden Restaurant (696-seat forward Dining Room, inspired by the gardens of Versailles; serves as a buffet for breakfast and lunch, full service for dinner 5:45-8:15 p.m.)
- Royal Palace Restaurant (696-seat forward Dining Room, offers complimentary French cuisine; specialty coffees and drinks are extra)
- Animator's Palate Restaurant (696- seat aft Dining Room, animator's studio design, features favorite Disney-character dinner shows; serves complimentary drinks; Rotational Dining with two fixed Dinner seatings - at 5:45 p.m. and 8:15 p.m.)
- Flo's Cafe (quick service restaurant with 3 food stations: "Fillmore's Favorites" (lite lunch, complimentary), "Tow Mater's Grill" (burgers bar, complimentary) and "Luigi"s Pizza")
- Cabanas (self-service complimentary restaurant with American cuisine, pasta, sushi)
- Remy (reservations-only, adults-only French specialty restaurant for lunch and dinner; aft location, bookings via the Internet or onboard)
- Palo (144-seat Italian specialty restaurant; adults-only, reservation-only; aft location; bookings via the Internet or on board).
Shipboard entertainment options - Fun and Sport
The Disney Dream kids cruise fun clubs are the main reason for the line's high loyalty passengers ratio. Besides all the Disney characters and most innovative technologies and fun attractions on ships, the Disney children counselors are a pretty big reason many families to repeat their visits. Always smiling and friendly, they are hugely experienced, all college educated, attentive and downright. The Oceaneer's "Club" and "Lab" facilities (ages 3-10) are connected, thus doubling the fun space. The "Oceaneer's Club" features the "Andy's Room" (with oversized Disney characters for kids to climb on) and the "Laugh Floor" (with its "laugh-o-meter" and Mike and Sully of "Monsters Inc"). The "Oceaneer's Lab" is maritime-themed, featuring an Animator's Studio and a small Sound Studio. The new Disney approach allows all kids ages 3-10 to access the same clubs with separate rooms and age-related activities.
The ship's children club is called "Edge" (ages 11-13) properly secluded on Deck 13 in the funnel. The best attractions here are the 18 ft (5,5 m) tall LCD wall, the video karaoke, and numerous interconnected PCs. The teen-only "Vibe" club (ages 14-17) is of 9,000 sq. foot (836 m2), with a fountain bar and its own sun deck and pools.
The list with adults-only entertainment venues includes a dozen different lounges and bars (cocktail places), like the "Pink's Champagne Bar", the "687" sports bar, the "Evolution" nightclub, the top-deck "Meridien" wine bar (between Palo and Remy). Public spaces are decorated in deep blue and red, with numerous "Mickeys" just about everywhere (cabin, artwork, dinnerware, railings). One of the ship's most memorable places is the 3-deck high Atrium lobby with its golden hue, the wide royalty-style winding staircase, and the Donald Duck bronze statue. The Dream Atrium is a hub area connecting restaurants, theaters, and shops. You may check emails in the Internet cafe, but there's also Wi-Fi coverage throughout the ship. Like all Disney ships, Dream has no casino.
- Fun activities on board
All Disney stage shows feature intricate sets and Disney-themed captivating performances, and the big place for grand entertainment is the Disney Theater with goldies like the "Golden Mickeys" and "Villains Tonight", new amazing stage productions, like the "Disney's Believe" (directed by Gordon Greenberg) and all the best Disney movies in 3D. The themed Disney characters onboard have always been the greatest sensation of all, and there are countless opportunities to meet and greet Mickey and company around the ship - in contrast to Disneyland, here they all are accessible and will always stop for a hug and a photo with you. Another big success is the "Pirates in the Caribbean" kids party divided into two programs - the sing-along called "Mickey's Pirates in the Caribbean" followed by the "Club Pirate" (with many special effects) and great Disney fireworks between the shows.
- SPA and FITNESS, pools, waterslide, technology
The "Senses" Spa & Salon offers all the usual treatments (haircuts, manicures) and more exotic choices (hot-stone massages, mud baths). The "Chill" is a teen-only Spa within the facility. The Fitness Center along with the usual equipment offers at additional fee Yoga and Pilates classes. The Sports Deck has a small sports court, a mini-golf course, Ping-Pong tables, a walking/jogging track.
The pool deck has a large area for family fun water activities, featuring 2 hot tubs and 2 kids pools - "Donald's" (5 ft deep) and "Mickey's" (with a spiral slide). A big attraction here is the big LED screen mounted on the funnel. There's a toddler splash area (Nemo themed) located in the center on Deck 11 with huge glass panes for parents to monitor their kids.
The AquaDuck waterslide - the ever first water-coaster at sea is located atop the ship, featuring a 765 ft (233 m) long 4-decks high transparent tube, reaching the incredible 150 ft (46 m) above the ocean (there's a 42-inch (107 cm) height requirement). The "Nemo's Reef" is a small kids waterpark. And while speaking of water and pools - the adults-only "Quiet Cove" pool area is a great place to hide from all the little angels and devils around the ship.
Follows the complete list of Disney Dream lounges, clubs and other entertainment venues for kids, teens, and adults.
- Walt Disney Dream Theatre (1340-seat, offers live shows, aerial acrobatics performances, grand-style productions, 3D movies; with two evening shows - at 6:15 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.)
- Dream's Atrium (3-deck high central ship area, featuring marble-carpet flooring, grand staircase, and panoramic glass elevators)
- Mickey's Mainsail (Disney brand logo shop for postcards, souvenirs, DVDs, toys, clothes, games)
- Sea Treasures (duty-free crystal, brand jewelry, watches, precious stones, Disney merchandise, underwear, sport, and swimming apparel)
- Whitecaps (duty-free brand jewelry, perfumes, liquor, and tobaccos)
- Bon Voyage Bar (adults-only, serving wine, beer, and cocktails)
- Buena Vista Theatre (399-seat 4D cinema, features 3D movies, Dolby Surround 7.1 and Dolby 3D movie technology)
- Preludes Bar (quick wait-service snacks & beverages bar)
- Shutters PhotoShop (photo packages, accessories, photographic services)
- Vista Cafe (atrium bar for specialty coffees and teas, dinner cocktails, complimentary snacks, and pastries; Wi-Fi spot)
- D Lounge Bar & Nightclub; Evolution Disco & Nightclub; Vista Gallery
- The District (adults only area including the District Lounge, Evolution night club, Pink Champagne Bar, 687 Sports Bar, Skyline Bar)
- Pink (adults-only champagne bar; chocolate and alcohol tasting classes)
- Skyline Lounge (adults only cocktails bar, with glass walls and 7 LED screens)
- Vibe Disco & Club Lounge (teens only)
- It's A Small World Nursery (for 3 months to 3 yo infants and toddlers; reservations required)
- Dream's Oceaneer Club (kids 3-12 yo; with four play areas with themes from Disney films); Dream's Oceaneer Lab (play area for kids 3-12 yo)
- Senses Spa & Fitness Complex (with 17 treatment rooms; 1 Whirlpool; "Rainforest Room"; "Relax Room"; Fitness Centre /health and wellbeing seminars; Beauty Salon)
- Luxurious Spa Villas (two private suites with own hot tub, private verandah, Roman bed with canopy, open-air shower)
- Quiet Cove Pool (adults only pool, served by Cove Bar; with 2 Whirlpools)
- Chill Spa (teens only spa with separate relaxation area and treatment rooms)
- Cove Cafe (adult-only, with big TV screen; Wi-Fi spot)
- Eye Scream Treats Bar (complimentary ice cream, poolside)
- Frozone Treats (iced fruit smoothies bar, poolside)
- Whozits & Whatzits (pool shop for AquaDuck related stuff)
- Donald's Pool; Mickey's Pool
- Nemo's Reef (waterplay kids zone; features characters meetings and greetings)
- Arr-cade (kids/teens video games arcade)
- Waves Bar (family poolside bar)
- Outdoor LED movie screen (24x14 ft)
- Meridian Lounge & Bar (adults-only venue for dinner cocktails)
- Currents Bar (outdoor bar for cold drinks, refreshments, cocktails)
- Edge Lounge (11-14 yo teens-only club area, with a giant video wall, interactive games, Internet)
- Goofy's Sports Deck (Walking Track, Jogging Track, 9-hole Mini Golf Course, Virtual sport games simulators, combined sports court, Ping Pong/Foosball tables)
- Radio Studio (live radio programs for Disney Dream itinerary-related news and onboard events)
- Outlook Bar (retreat area with a piano and full bar; hosts weddings receptions).
Between 2011-2022, Disney Dream's itinerary program was based on short-breaks (3-night and 4-night) roundtrips to The Bahamas departing from Port Canaveral/Orlando Florida. Call port destinations included Castaway Cay (DCL's private Bahamian island) and Nassau.
The ship's last voyage from Port Canaveral was on June 3, 2022 (3-day to Castaway Cay), while the last departure from Port Canaveral was on June 6st, leaving for the new homeport Miami. The first voyage from PortMiami departed on June 7th (4-day maiden voyage). Out of Miami, Disney Dream offers two itineraries: 4-day "Bahamian Cruise" (Nassau and Castaway Cay) and 5-day "Western Caribbean Cruise" (Grand Cayman and Castaway Cay). Select 7-day Western Caribbean voyages visit Cozumel Mexico, Grand Cayman, Falmouth Jamaica).
In Port Canaveral, Disney Dream was replaced by the new Disney Wish, starting on July 22, 2022.
In 2023, Disney Dream will be homeported (for the first time) in Port Everglades/Fort Lauderdale (Florida USA). The new homeporting (beginning November 2023) follows the European deployment (Mediterranean from Barcelona and Civitavecchia-Rome, and UK-Baltic from Southampton). The new 4- and 5-night itineraries visit ports in The Bahamas (Castaway Cay, Nassau) and Western Caribbean (Cozumel Mexico, Grand Cayman).
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The Walt Disney ship Dream is company's third liner, with sistership Disney Fantasy. Each vessel is 40% larger in size than the oldest Disney ships (Magic and Wonder). While its capacity (at double occupancy) is 2500, the Dream-y ship of Disney can accommodate up to 4000 passengers at full/max occupancy (all berths).
The vessel (Mayer Neptun yard/hull number 687) is powered by MAN B&W marine diesel engines (3x 12-cyl, 2x 14-cyl) plus diesel generators (3x 14,4 MW, 2x 16,8 MW) with total power output 76,8 MW. The propulsion system is electric (based on two converteam propulsion motors) with total power output 26 MW, plus two FPPs (5-blade Fixed-Pitch Propellers/inward-turning).
The vessel was ordered on February 22, 2007. The design was announced on Oct 29, 2009. Vessel's construction started with the keel-laying ceremony on August 19, 2009. The exterior (hull and superstructure) was completed on June 1, 2010. The ship was launched (floated out from drydock) on October 30, 2010, and paid in full by the shipowner Walt Disney Company on December 8, 2010. Liner's first cruise/maiden voyage was on January 26, 2011. The Bahamian itinerary from homeport Canaveral-Orlando (Florida) visited Nassau and Castaway Island.
The Disney ship Dream has company's classic "ocean liner" design inspired by the 1920s-30s' passenger ships. The hull is painted in navy blue, both funnels are in bright red. The Art Deco-styled Atrium Lobby looks jazzy and elegant, with a huge glass chandelier and the bronze statue of Donald Duck - standing right in front of the marble stairway. Walt Disney's most famous character - Mickey Mouse - can be seen everywhere - in staterooms, artworks, on dinnerware, on railings. The swimming pools are small, but the AquaDuck has the craziest waterslide at sea, with a transparent tube spinning over the ocean. The ship provides numerous regularly scheduled activities for families, kids, teens and adults, and plenty of dining and entertainment options.
On November 6, 2017, on MS Disney Dream was the premiere of the "Beauty and the Beast" musical developed as an exclusive evening production show.
The vessel's last drydock (for regularly scheduled maintenance works) was in 2020 (at Damen Shiprepair Yard in Brest France).