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Tag Archives: cruise
Just before the departed Castaway Cay on our way back to Port Canaveral, the crew of the Disney Dream treated everyone on board to a serenade of every song in the horns memory. Not sure if this was a special … Continue reading
The Disney Dream sailed on its inaugural voyage today. But that cruise almost didn’t happen. A passenger on a nearby ship caught video of the two ships coming perilously close to colliding. Although this video was just posted today, this … Continue reading
A couple hundred Disney cast members, a bevy of specially invited press, hundreds of members of the public, and a few rather large rodents, greeted the arrival to Florida of the newest ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet this … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading