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Disney Cruise Line Unveils Disney Dream Details

Published on: October 30, 2009
The Disney Dream™ is the majestic third ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet. Boasting 14 towering decks, a ship length of 1,115 feet and a maximum width of 125 feet, the 130,000-ton vessel includes 1,250 staterooms and has the capacity to comfortably accommodate 4,000 passengers—along with the over 1,458 Crew Members who tend to the needs of every cruise Guest each and every day.

Building on the classic style of the previous 2 ships, the Disney Magic and the Disney Wonder, the Disney Dream is a valiant vessel distinguished for its classic early 20th-century design—which harkens back to the golden age of cruising—and state-of-the-art technology. As can be expected from Disney, the cruise liner was specially designed with families in mind, combining sleek style and convenient facilities with splashes of magic and cruise-industry firsts—like the splashtacular AquaDuck, the very first water coaster at sea.

Aboard the Disney Dream
Discover what awaits you and your family onboard the ship:

  • Staterooms
    Staterooms on board the Disney Dream feature contemporary amenities, ample space and elegant yacht-style decor. Most boast split bathrooms—a feature perfect for families and a cruise line industry first.
  • Youth Clubs
    Youth Clubs fulfill the recreational needs of younger Guests. Kids clubs, activity centers for tweens and teens, and a plethora of unique interactive programs and wondrously themed immersive spaces can be found throughout the ship.
  • Dining
    Dining options aboard the Disney Dream include elegant adults-only dining, gourmet Main Dining delights and mouthwatering made-to-order casual fare—in magically themed restaurants.
  • Entertainment
    Entertainment aboard the Disney Dream, including musical live shows, first-run films, Digital 3-D movies and fun-filled family deck parties, is available at lavish onboard venues each cruise day—and is unlike anything else offered on the high seas.
  • Pools
    Pools aboard the Disney Dream are terrific places to cool down and relax on sun-kissed afternoons. On Deck 11, you'll find 3 sparkling pools—one for kids, one for families, and one just for adults.
  • Nightclubs & Lounges
    Nightclubs & Lounges on the Disney Dream fill the nights at sea with live music, dancing and socializing. Explore The District—the ship's adults-only entertainment area, home to 5 distinct lounges and nightclubs.

Construction of the Disney Dream
Disney Cruise Line began construction on the Disney Dream in March 2009 with a steel-cutting ceremony at the world-renowned Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. Constructed as a thematic extension of the Disney Cruise Line fleet, the Disney Dream was designed to reflect the glamour of the golden age of cruising during the 1930's. Scheduled for completion in early 2011, the new ocean liner will feature the same attention to detail Disney is known for, while introducing new and immersive, one-of-a-kind venues and experiences for everyone in the family—be they young or simply young-at-heart.

Interior Design of the Disney Dream
To step aboard the Disney Dream is to be instantly transported to an age of adventure and wonder, where elegance and sophistication mingle with Disney storytelling and whimsy. Inside is an attention to detail one would only expect from Disney. Lavish decorative murals mingle with sparkling fixtures and furnishings. Original paintings, statues and woodwork envelop Guests in a radiant Art Deco ambiance that is both rich and distinctive. And wondrously themed venues—including charming youth activity clubs, resplendent restaurants, intimate lounges and stunning theatre spaces—transport Guests of all ages to faraway places where memory and magic come together.

Stroll through the radiant lobby atrium and behold a bronze statue of Admiral Donald—an installment designed by Walt Disney Imagineers to evoke the feeling of fun, adventure and sophistication that can be found throughout the ship.

Disney Dream, like the other two ships in the Disney fleet, will feature an interior design that blends elegant Art Deco style and Disney decor in a ship that will very much cater to families. The ship have a first-of-its kind water coaster, called appropriately the AquaDuck, which will send guests careening around the twin stacks on the upper decks of the ship and out over the ocean. The AquaDuck will stretch 765 feet in length and spans four decks of the ship. Guests slide 13 feet over the side of the ship in a translucent “swing out” loop allowing them to look down on the ocean 150 feet below. They will experience coaster-like thrills as high-powered water jets push them upwards and forwards at 20 feet per second.

Disney Dream will have another stateroom innovation with all inside staterooms on the Disney Dream featuring a Virtual Porthole that provides guests with a real-time view outside the ship. High-definition cameras placed on the exterior of the ship feed live video to each Virtual Porthole. As guests observe the outside views, they also can glimpse animated characters such as Peach the starfish from the Disney Pixar hit film “Finding Nemo,” or Mickey Mouse.

Like other ships in the Disney Cruise fleet, Disney Dream will feature large spaces for children. The ship will have nearly an entire deck of youth spaces designed to inspire, entertain and unlock the imagination of children. There are two main spaces for children ages three to 10: At Disney’s Oceaneer Club, children can play among larger-than-life characters from Disney Pixar’s “Toy Story” in Andy’s Room; explore the Laugh Floor with lovable monsters Mike and Sully from “Monsters, Inc.”; or dive under the sea with Nemo and friends or visit Tinker Bell’s fairy forest.

At Disney’s Oceaneer Lab, children will feel as though they are embarking on a great seafaring adventure in a room filled with maps, maritime instruments and swashbuckling artifacts. They can try their hand at animation, become a pop star or navigate ships through digital seas. Both venues offer interactions with the animated characters such as Crush, the sea turtle from the Disney Pixar motion picture “Finding Nemo,” and Stitch, the mischievous alien from “Lilo and Stitch.” The characters chat, play and joke with children via 103-inch plasma screens.

Located inside the forward funnel will be Edge, a lounge just for tweens (ages 11 to 13). This tween area will be filled with a multitude of hi-tech entertainment, including the ability to create and star in photo postcards and video karaoke using green-screen technology. Teens have their own exclusive club aboard the Disney Dream with Vibe, an indoor/outdoor space created especially for guests ages 14 to 17. A “teen-only” swipe card provides access to the nearly 9,000-square-foot club. Teens can create and edit videos, play computer games, access the onboard social media application or try their hand at spinning and mixing dance tracks. Teens have their own private outdoor deck area with chaise lounges for sunbathing, two wading pools, misters and pop jets for cooling off, and deck games such as ping-pong and foosball.

Like other ships in the Disney Cruise fleet, Disney Dream will offer rotational dining among three themed restaurants. Throughout the cruise, guests will “rotate” to Animator’s Palate, a signature Disney Cruise Line restaurant that brings the magic of Disney animation into the dining room; Royal Palace, an elegant restaurant inspired by the classic Disney films “Cinderella,” “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” “Beauty and the Beast” and “Sleeping Beauty”; and Enchanted Garden, a whimsical, casual restaurant inspired by the gardens of Versailles and featuring a dining environment that magically transforms from day to night. Disney Dream’s specialty restaurant will be a larger version of Palo, which is on both Disney Magic and Disney Dream. Palo will also have an outdoor dining area.

On the Disney Dream, adults can escape into The District, a nighttime entertainment area with five unique venues. This playground for grownups features sophisticated lounges, each with its own unique design, look and feel. The District is located on Deck 4 aft and is open exclusively to guests age 18 and older. Sensational venues include: District Lounge, a sophisticated, yet relaxed area featuring live piano music and entertainment; Metro Pub a modern interpretation of a traditional pub; Pink, an elegant and upscale cocktail lounge serving champagne and top-shelf libations; Skyline, a chic, metropolitan “sky bar” with ever-changing views of stunning city skylines; and Evolution, a contemporary nightclub.

Senses Spa & Salon, a 16,000-square-foot facility, will have 17 private treatment rooms, two spa villas with indoor treatment rooms and private outdoor verandahs, and Rainforest, a special section of the spa offering steam, heat and hydrotherapy. Located in the forward section of the ship and spanning two decks, the spa features a design that is soothing – using a color palate of natural green, blue and soft brown hues, organic tropical motifs and lush woods to impart a calming effect. An ocean-view gym, a 2,500-square-foot facility, will have state-of-the-art exercise equipment and complimentary group classes such as yoga, Pilates, aerobics, stretching and spinning. Adults also can use a Quiet Cove Pool, a multi-level pool with varying depths.

For entertainment, Disney Dream will feature two theaters – the Walt Disney Theater and Buena Vista Theater. The Walt Disney Theater will feature three major rotating productions, one of which will be a show focusing on “Disney Villains.” Buena Vista Theater will offer first-run Disney movies, among other entertainment. In public areas, Disney Dream will feature “Enchanted Art,” which looks like other hanging art pieces around the ship but is actually a framed LCD screen with technology that recognizes a guest is present. As a guest stops to view a piece of Enchanted Art, several seconds of animation in the picture are activated.

Nearly nine out of 10 of the 1,250 staterooms on the Disney Dream are outside rooms, and of those, 90 percent have a private verandah. To accommodate larger families and groups traveling together, there are 500 connecting doors adjoining staterooms. On connecting verandah staterooms, the partition between verandahs may be opened to create a larger shared balcony. The Disney Dream will have 21 suites, each lavishly appointed and designed with upscale furnishings. Most suites can connect to another stateroom, creating an exceptionally spacious living area for larger groups and families. Each suite has two bathrooms designed with opulent granite and marble finishes. The master bathroom features a whirlpool bathtub, a rain shower, double sinks and a television built seamlessly into the mirror. Suites also have a large private verandah, walk-in closet, living room and Blu-ray disc player. Both the living area and master bedroom have a 42-inch, high-definition LCD television.
Disney Dream is scheduled to sail alternating three- and four-night cruises to the Bahamas and Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay. During summer months, the ship will alternate four- and five-night itineraries with two stops at Castaway Cay


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7 Days - Resort & Cruise Package


 Your 7 Day Disney World & Cruise Combination Includes:

Unlimited admission (except for admission/activities priced separately) to all four Disney Theme Parks, Downtown Disney Pleasure Island, all three Disney Water Parks, DisneyQuest, and Disney's Wide World of Sports™ complex
Unlimited use of the Walt Disney World transportation system
Three- or four-day Disney Cruise Line voyage to The Bahamas and Disney's private island paradise, Castaway Cay

Choose from two land/sea combinations: a 3-day Walt Disney World® vacation followed by a 4-day cruise, or a 4-day Walt Disney World vacation followed by a 3-day cruise. Or ask about our cruise-only and special packages! Plus, check out our package add-ons -- great for enhancing your land and sea vacation experience!


                                      7-Night Land & Sea Vacation

Imagine a perfect balance of legendary service, incredible advent    ures and pure Disney magic, customized for your family. Start at the place where the enchantment never ends: the Walt Disney World® Resort, where all four Theme Parks are yours to enjoy with your Magic Your Way Tickets, along with a select Walt Disney World® Resort hotel. Plus you can choose to add the Disney Dining Plan, valid at select restaurants throughout the Walt Disney World® Resort. Then set sail on a wondrous Bahamian voyage to Nassau and Castaway Cay — with all the spectacular Disney Cruise Line® activities and amenities that make dreams come true.

3 Nights on Land & 4 Nights at Sea

Begin where dreams really do come true with all the magic of a 3-night Walt Disney World® Resort vacation. All four Disney Theme Parks are yours to enjoy throughout your stay. An entire world of recreation beyond imagination is at your fingertips. And while you are playing, you will be staying in your choice of selected Walt Disney World® Resort Hotels. Then you will sail away on our enchanting 4-night Bahamian Cruise which includes stops in Nassau and our private island paradise, Castaway Cay.

Cruise Itinerary

Day Port Ashore Onboard
Thursday to Saturday Walt Disney World® Resort    
Sunday Port Canaveral   4:00 PM
Monday Nassau 9:30 AM 7:00 PM
Tuesday Castaway Cay 8:30 AM 4:30 PM
Wednesday At Sea    
Thursday Port Canaveral 7:35 AM  


4 Nights on Land & 3 Nights at Sea

Begin where dreams really do come true with all the magic of a 4-night Walt Disney World® Resort vacation. All four Disney Theme Parks are yours to enjoy throughout your stay. An entire world of recreation beyond imagination is at your fingertips. And while you are playing, you will be staying in your choice of selected Walt Disney World® Resort Hotels. Then you will sail away on our enchanting 3-night Bahamian Cruise which includes stops in Nassau and our private island paradise, Castaway Cay.

Itinerary information (days, times and ports of call) subject to change.

Cruise Itinerary

Day Port Ashore Onboard
Sunday to Wednesday Walt Disney World® Resort    
Thursday Port Canaveral   4:00 PM
Friday Nassau 9:30 AM 7:00 PM
Saturday Castaway Cay 8:30 AM 4:30 PM
Sunday Port Canaveral 7:35 AM  
 Month  2010 Sail Dates  2011 Sail Dates
 January  7, 14, 21, 28  - - - - - -
 February  4, 11, 18, 25  3, 10, 17, 24
 March   4, 11, 18, 25  3, 10, 17, 24, 31
 April 1, 8, 15, 22, 29  7, 14, 21, 28
 May 6, 13, 20, 27  5, 12, 19, 26
 June  - - - - - -  - - - - - -
 July  - - - - - -  - - - - - -
 August  26  25
 September  2, 9, 16, 23, 30  1, 8, 15, 22, 29
 October  7, 14, 21, 28  6, 13, 20, 27
 November  4, 11, 18, 21  3, 10, 17, 20
 December   2, 9, 16  1, 8, 15, 27

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7-Night Land & Sea Vacation Dates

Booking a Disney Cruise Line® vacation early is the best way to get a great price plus your first choice of available staterooms and Walt Disney World® accommodations.

Dates listed below indicate the arrival date for the land portion of the vacation.

* Indicates itinerary with 2 stops at Castaway Cay.



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Adult Fun: Kids aren't the only ones having fun

  • Beat Street (Disney’s Magic) and Route 66 (Disney’s Wonder) - An entire nighttime entertainment district offering three themed clubs for adult fun, from live music and dancing to improvisational comedy, to an intimate jazz club.
  • Palo - Exquisite adult-exclusive dining in an elegant, romantic restaurant high atop the ship.
  • The Vista Spa & Salon - Offering invigorating workouts and pampering treatments such as facials and massages.
  • Serenity Bay - An adult beach on Castaway Cay is the perfect place to truly relax on this ultimate vacation.
  • Programming to suit every taste with guest lecturers, wine tasting, dance lessons, culinary demonstrations and more.

Onboard Entertainment. Spectacular. Disney-style entertainment including one-of-a-kind shows.

  • Three different Broadway-style Disney stage shows in the state-of-the-art Walt Disney Theater.
  • ESPN® Skybox sports bar for sports fans to cheer on their favorite teams with 13 screens to view non-stop live sporting events.
  • First-run films in the beautiful Buena Vista Theater.
  • Relax in the casual atmosphere of Promenade Lounge and listen to the live trio.
  • Dance the night away at an exciting deck party with special surprises.

Spacious Staterooms. Roomy staterooms, created with special Disney touches everywhere.

  • Overall, staterooms offer substantially more space than other cruise ships and most accommodate at least three guests comfortable; 73% are outside staterooms, 44% of those staterooms have private verandahs.




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$ 2,900.00 For Island Wedding Package  Only
$ 1,900 Onboard Ship Package

Disney Cruise Line Wedding

The Wedding Package is an "add-on" on top of your regular cruise fare. The price is $1900 for an onboard wedding or $2900 for a Castaway Cay wedding.

In either case, the legally binding portion of the marriage is actually accomplished before you get on the ship. Your marriage license is completed in the cruise terminal. So technically you are already married when you start the cruise.

If you choose an onboard wedding, it is held either on Deck 7 (there is a small "secret" sun deck there) or in one of the lounges. The wedding ceremony is followed immediately by a cake cutting and champagne toast.

The Castaway Cay wedding is a bit more involved. The cruise line gets you off the ship before the rest of the passengers. The bride is transported by golf cart to the wedding location (usually the Heads Up Bar, at the end of the family beach) and then the groom is brought to the location. After the ceremony, the wedding party is transported back to the ship and does a cake cutting and champagne toast at Palo.

Weddings & Vow Renewals

Disney Cruise Line® has special Wedding and Vow Renewal vacation packages to choose from. For more information on booking a Disney Cruise Line® wedding or vow renewal, please call (321) 939-7100.

Packages are for bride and groom. For guidelines on other requests, such as additional guests or private reception, please contact Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings department directly, by telephone at (321) 939-7100 or by fax at (321) 939-7172. Special transfers to and from the ceremony location (e.g., limo or town car) and to and from the County Courthouse to obtain the marriage license (Monday-Friday, excluding U.S. holidays) are also to be pre-booked directly with Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings department.

A Disney Cruise Line® Wedding or Vow Renewal includes the following magical elements*:

  • Ceremony aboard the Disney Wonder®, Disney Magic®, or on Disney's private island, Castaway Cay
  • On-Site Wedding Coordinator to assist with wedding ceremony and reception
  • Officiant to perform wedding ceremony
  • Solo musician (pianist) for wedding ceremony
  • Choice of fresh flower bouquet for bride and fresh flower boutonniere for groom
  • Cake & champagne reception including an elegant two-tier wedding cake with  keepsake cake topper and one bottle of champagne for the toast, served by  Host/Hostess
  • Dress steaming for bride
  • Confirmed dinner for two at "Palo" on night of wedding (Bride & Groom only)
  • Special wedding gift
  • Disney Cruise Line Wedding Certificate
  • $100.00 onboard stateroom credit (for Bride & Groom only)**
  • Florida marriage license (for non-Florida residents only)

*All prices and other terms are subject to change without notice. Ask about our rates, Resorts and dates available throughout the year. Ceremony locations are subject to availability. Advance reservations required and subject to availability.

**Credit good towards merchandise, spa treatments, shore excursions and other onboard activities. Any unused portions are nonrefundable and nontransferable


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Driving to the Disney Cruise Line

From the Orlando International Airport, the port is just a short drive along Florida's Beeline Expressway (S.R. 528) to reach the cruise terminals, restaurants, parks, beach and other places of business and recreation.

Port Canaveral is even closer to Melbourne International Airport. From the airport follow signs to eastbound U.S. 192, cross the Indian River and turn north on SR A1A. Drive along the coast until you reach Port Canaveral. Or take, U.S. 192, westbound to Interstate 95 and drive north to the Beeline Expressway's east exit.

From the Daytona Beach International Airport, go east to Interstate 95, then drive south to the Beeline Expressway's east exit.

Once you arrive at the port, finding the cruise terminals is easy. Signs along the highway clearly chart your course. Cruise Terminals 5 and 9/10 are located on the north side of the port and can be reached via SR 401. Cruise Terminals 2, 3 and 4 are on the south side near Jetty Park. Just turn left off SR 528 into Port Canaveral, then make a right turn onto George King Boulevard and follow the signs.

Parking at the Port is $12 a day.


Wireless Internet Service

If you have a wireless ready laptop, you can use your personal computer to access the internet while onboard both the Disney Wonder and Disney Magic. You will find several "hot spots" throughout the ship, including most staterooms. Printing is not available for wireless connections
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Cell Phone Usage on the Disney Cruise

Cell phone service is available through most major providers (AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, Team Mobile, etc.) The ship must be 8 to 10 miles out to sea before you can access cell service. NOTE THAT SERVICE IS LIMITED TO THE STATEROOMS. Common areas will not have cell access.

Disney recommends that you contact your cell provider prior to sailing. They can advise what is needed to arrange for access. International roaming fees will be billed to your account. (These charges vary and can take up to 90 days to appear on your statement.)



Pirate Ghost Ship Sighted at Disney's Castaway Cay:
Disney Cruise Line Guests Get Up Close with Hollywood's Newest Star

CELEBRATION, Fla., July 5 /PRNewswire/ -- A mysterious pirate ship has landed at Disney's private island, Castaway Cay, providing Disney Cruise Line guests with a swashbuckling photo opportunity and a sneak peek into movie- making magic.

Guests sailing on a Disney Cruise Line vacation will discover a 175-foot ghost ship anchored at Castaway Cay. The ship is the Flying Dutchman, which makes its silver screen debut on July 7 in Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest. The Flying Dutchman's commander is the legendary Davy Jones, who serves as nemesis to the infamous pirate, Captain Jack Sparrow, in the upcoming film.

"The Pirates of the Caribbean movie franchise is extremely popular, and having the Flying Dutchman ship at Castaway Cay is something truly unique that only Disney Cruise Line could offer guests," said Disney Cruise Line President Tom McAlpin.

The intricate film prop is unlike any other pirate ship -- with ragged sails and a barnacle-encrusted bow, the ship looks like it was raised off the ocean floor to haunt the open seas for eternity. The Flying Dutchman will provide a scenic photo backdrop, and guests renting boats on the island will be able to get an up-close look at the ghost ship.

While visiting Castaway Cay, guests should also be on the lookout for the infamous Captain Jack Sparrow. With the Flying Dutchman lurking just off the shore, the eccentric captain may be spotted around the island. Guests are encouraged to approach the hero and hear his tales about adventure on the high seas. The charming pirate graciously accepts requests for portraits and autographs -- if guests can manage to track him down.

Disney Dreams Stage Show and Sail Away Party Enhanced

The award winning "Disney Dreams" stage show has become "Disney Dreams...An Enchanted Classic." Timon and Pumbaa will be making their debut aboard the Disney Cruise Line when they appear as part of the Lion King's "I Just Can't Wait to be King" and "Hakuna Matata" numbers.

During the "Beauty and the Beast" number, you'll have "snow" falling from above while sparkling pyrotechnics enhance Cinderella's transformation from rags to radiance.

Best of all, Tinkerbell will "fly" overhead leaving a glittery trail of "pixie dust" in her path.

On both ships the summer voyages will kick off an expanded Sail Away Party. The interactive dances will feature new music, the Disney characters and the "Ariel Vision" jumbo screen. It might be you seen dancing on the big screen among the special effects planned during this celebration.

Disney to build two new ships

2/22/07 - Bob Iger, President and CEO of the Walt Disney Company announced that Disney Cruise Line will be adding two new ships to its fleet.

The new ships will be built at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany and will be launched in 2011 and 2012. Each ship will be 122,000 tons with 1250 staterooms. They will be two decks taller than the Disney Magic/Wonder.

Disney Cruise Schedules Holiday Festivities
Disney Cruise Line passengers who sail in December can celebrate the holiday season with a tree lighting ceremony with Disney characters, holiday decor, carolers, gingerbread house building and even faux snow that falls. Both Disney ships -- Disney Magic and Disney Wonder -- are decked with boughs of holly and filled with holiday themed entertainment and activities for the entire family. It starts at Disney's private cruise terminal at Port Canaveral, Fla., where holiday decorations and Disney characters await all who board a Magical Holidays sailing. Onboard, guests find highlights including a nearly three-deck-tall tree in the atrium lobby, where "snow" magically falls; a Christmas Day visit from Santa Goofy, with surprises for all the kids; international holiday caroling by crew members; family time to design and decorate their own gingerbread houses; a reading of "'Twas the Night Before Christmas" by Mrs. Claus; traditional holiday feasts in Disney's three themed dining rooms; and multiple faith and inter-denominational holiday services. .
 On the line's private island, Castaway Cay, guests will be treated to a "Magical Wonderland" as the sandy Bahamian island is transformed into a "snowy" holiday hideaway. In addition to faux snow flurries, guests will see Christmas trees, Mr. and Mrs. Snowman (with shell noses and tropical shirts), carolers and a sleigh full of presents. The island's tram that transports guests across the 1,000-acre island has been decorated to resemble a reindeer, complete with antlers and tail. At the beach, families learn the art of sand sculpting, while kids can make candy cane reindeers, paper plate angels and snowflake-mobiles

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