The Disney Dream is the third ship in the growing Disney Cruise Line fleet and to sail in January 2011. The 128,000 tonne ship is the largest in the fleet and carries over 4,000 passengers, which is about 40% larger than the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder. As with all Disney Cruise Line ships she will be designed with classic 20th century style in mind combined with state of the art technology and modern innovations.
The Disney Dream has been designed to combine elegant style with family cruises in mind. With the usual fantastic Disney entertainment and casual atmosphere mixed with relaxation and glamorous formal evenings, the Disney Dream will make for a magical holiday.
As with all Disney Cruise Line ships there is fantastic selection on dining options onboard. With three main dining rooms to experience, adults only dining in Palo's Italian specialty restaurant and Remy's luxurious French restaurant. There is also the buffet serving food all day and a great selection of quick service restaurants.
The Disney Dream is going to boast a fantastic array on onboard entertainment. With the usual Walt Disney Theatre offering Broadway-style shows and the Buena Vista Theatre boasting first showings and 3D viewings of the latest Disney films. For those who like to relax in the lounge bars onboard there is a great selection including family friendly lounges and adult only cocktail bars and a night club.
The Disney Dream will feature the Senses Spa & Salon as well a fitness centre with all the latest equipment. The spa is an adult only (over 18) area that offers a great variety of treatments and therapies. The Rainforest room includes a Hamam (steam bath), a Caldarium (steam room) and Laconium (dry sauna).
The Aqua Duck is an exciting transparent tube water coaster. Designed for adults and pre-teens & teens and kids. Donald's Pool caters to both parents and kids, allowing the entire family to cool off and make new friends while onboard. Mickey's Pool is the ship's children's pool — at 2-foot deep it is designed for young kids — and the pool features Mickey Mouse's smiling. Nemo's Reef on the Disney Fantasy is a fanciful water play area designed for children. It is located on Deck 11, Midship, adjacent to Mickey's Pool. Featuring fountains, bubblers and pop jets, this fun-filled splash deck stars some of your favorite characters from the hit Disney•Pixar movie, Finding Nemo.
The Quiet Cove Poolis reserved for adults and guest 18 years of age and older, along with the Senses Spa & Salon — offering therapeutic and beautifying personal care services for men and women — to offer a peaceful onboard retreat. The ship alss boasts a well-appointed fitness centre with a breathtaking ocean view.
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