Disney Dream is a big, bold, and innovative cruise ship inspired by the ocean liners in of the 1920’s. It features all the luxury of these vintage vessels, but it also comes with incredible innovations that make sailing in the 21st century a dream.
Disney Dream is a modern-day cruise ship built specifically for Disney Cruise Lines and made to “wow” passengers. This vessel is 40% larger than its fleet mates, Disney Magic and Disney Wonder, and it offers more technologically advanced features than these contemporary ships. Disney Dream’s signature touches include Art Deco styling, gorgeous glass chandeliers, enchanted artwork that seems to come to life, and spectacular spaces for premier parties like Dream’s popular Pirate Party and semi-formal evening event.
Disney Dream is a dream of a ship for sailing to magical places in the Caribbean. Take a 3 or 4-Night cruise on Disney Dream and you’ll be able to visit heavenly locales like Castaway Cay, which is an exclusive port for Disney Cruise Lines passengers.
There are five main restaurants on Disney Dream, as well as a food court and an adults-only eatery called Remy. All of the themed restaurants on Disney Dream offer rotational dining where passengers sit with the same assigned dining mates throughout their cruise. One of the most popular eateries on Disney Dream is Animator’s Palate, a restaurant that actually turns from black and white to color as offered meals progress from breakfast to dinner.
Bars and Clubs
On Disney Dream, there are distinct kid-free zones with bars and clubs for the over-21 crowd. The Pink Champagne Bar in one of these areas is a favorite because of its specialty cocktails and premium spirits. Many cruisers also love 687 for watching sports games and Evolution for al fresco sipping.
Disney Dream features the world’s first water coaster at sea, Aqua Duck, where cruisers ride down rivers and through gushing waters like they were in a Disney Park. For those who like a little more relaxation on their cruise, there is a tranquil adult pool to swim in on Disney Dream. Also on Disney Dream’s deck, passengers can play soccer, basketball, and Ping Pong. Inside Disney Dream, folks enjoy watching stage productions with popular Disney characters and they receive access to amazing activities like getting massages and taking exercise classes. Of course, there are many magical kid-centric things to do on Disney Dream, such as spending time in a Kids’ Club filled with Wii stations and a sound studio.
This is a bit of what’s offered on a Disney Dream cruise. To learn more, head over to the Disney Cruises website. You can book your Disney Dream cruise directly from the site!