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  • Deck of the Disney Fantasy at Night
    Deck of the Disney Fantasy at Night

    There are many ways the Disney Fantasy is the most magical of Disney’s fleet of cruise ships. It’s built for longer cruises, so there is just more stuff crammed in there. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t so much detail that you don’t find yourself alone every now and then….

  • Disney Fantasy – Enchanted Art
    Disney Fantasy – Enchanted Art

    Enchanted art is the logical progression of those little digital frames you send your grand parents stuffed with pictures of their grand children. Some people liken it to the moving photos in Harry Potter films, but it’s really more magical than that. Disney pushed the concept with pixie dust adding…

  • Disney Fantasy – Dining Options Explored
    Disney Fantasy – Dining Options Explored

    The Disney Fantasy continues its trek to America. To entertain us in the meantime, the crew has released a video journal to educate us to the ship’s many options for all its passengers. In this episode, they explore dining options while at sea with a special highlight on Animator’s Palate….

  • Exploring the Disney Fantasy’s New Water Features
    Exploring the Disney Fantasy’s New Water Features

    We’re less than two months away from the christening ceremony of the Disney Fantasy (taking place in New York City, btw). The information about the ship is starting to flow like a firehose now. Take, for instance, this new video showcasing the new and improved water features coming to the…

  • Disney Fantasy vs. Disney Dream, What’s Different
    Disney Fantasy vs. Disney Dream, What’s Different

    Via a new video we catch up with Frank de Heer, VP of New Ship Development for Disney Cruise Line, and Philip Gennotte at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany who discuss the difference between building the Disney Fantasy and the Disney Dream. Keep your eyes peeled for some…

  • Disney Dream Sails To The Sea
    Disney Dream Sails To The Sea

    Disney Cruise Line just released this 1 minute video showing the highlights of the conveyance from Meyer Werft shipyards to the sea, where the Disney Dream will be undergoing engine testing and the addition of final details.

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