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Tag Archives: cruise
In a ceremony very similar to last year’s Disney Dream ‘float out’ the 4th ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet, the Disney Fantasy, left the dry dock at Meyer Werft shipyard yesterday to begin the next stage of its … Continue reading
Thanks to Disney for allowing us all on set for the filming of a new interactive Enchanted Art adventure game that will soon appear aboard the Disney Fantasy. This Midship Detective Agency game features some of your favorite Muppets characters … Continue reading
A big thanks to the fine folks at Walt Disney Imagineering for making this latest video that goes behind the scenes on the creation of the Dumbo the Flying Elephant icon for the Disney Fantasy for Disney Cruise Lines. In … Continue reading
The Disney Fantasy may not be an exact duplicate of the Disney Dream, but it’s very close. Construction started on the Fantasy while construction on The Dream was still under way. So it may seem like work has been proceeding … Continue reading
There was news this week that Disney’s 3rd ship in its cruise line fleet, the Disney Dream, has been sailing to near sellouts since its launch in January with an average of 3,800 passengers a sailing on a ship capable … Continue reading