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I don’t know about you, but I could watch Chef Scott Hunnel talk about food all day. Here, Chef Hunnel reveals one of the latest creations on the Remy menu — Jamon Wrapped Shrimp, a mouthwatering Italian-concept dish that is … Continue reading
Popular Cruise Line information site, Cruise Critic, has named the best of the best in the industry and Disney Cruise Lines took home some bragging rights. Disney Dream was named the “Best New Ship” and also carried off the award … Continue reading
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 … 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