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  • First Pictures inside the Disney Dream
    First Pictures inside the Disney Dream

    Even though the Disney Dream has floated out of its dock at Meyer Werft in Germany, that doesn’t mean the work is all done on the floating theme park. In fact, a lot of interior finishing work is still under way. Disney sent their photographer inside to snap a few…

  • Early Video Tour of the Disney Dream
    Early Video Tour of the Disney Dream

    The team at Disney Cruise Lines has produced a nice video that loops together all the concept art they’ve released for the Disney Dream, due to sail for the first time in 2011. I’ve never been on a Disney Cruise and this really makes me want to plunk down a…

  • Disney Magic Delayed by High Winds
    Disney Magic Delayed by High Winds

    CFNews 13 reports that high wind speeds, over 50 MPH in some cases, have caused the Disney Magic to remain berthed in the Bahamas overnight instead of sailing back to Port Canaveral to off-load and resupply this morning. The news came out when supply trucks were turned away from the…

  • Disney Dream Dining Revealed
    Disney Dream Dining Revealed

    Continuing my series on what’s coming next from the Disney Cruise Line, today we look at the new, and the classic, dining options that will be available on the Disney Dream when it sets sail in 2011. So what will the first set of passengers find? How about elaborately themed…

  • Disney Cruise Line adds Water Coaster to its new ship
    Disney Cruise Line adds Water Coaster to its new ship

    Hang on to those Hats and Glasses when you board the next innovation to come from the Disney Cruise Line. The new Disney Dream will debut the cruise industry‚Äôs first-ever shipboard water coaster, a.k.a. the AquaDuck. The ride will take guests on a high-speed flume ride above the upper decks…

  • DCL’s “Disney Dream” Celebrates Keel Laying
    DCL’s “Disney Dream” Celebrates Keel Laying

    The Disney Cruise Line has celebrated the keel laying of the Disney Dream, the first of two larger ships destined to expand the Walt Disney Company’s family cruise options to more people in more places around the world. The ceremony, including Donald Duck of course, took place at the Meyer…

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