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Tag Archives: disney dream
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
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
Remy, a restaurant which shares the name of Pixar’s chef rat from Ratatouille, will be a very exclusive ticket for those on board the Disney Dream. It’s rumored to have just 80 seats a sitting and a very special menu. … Continue reading
Here’s a video of some of the interior work underway upon the Disney Cruise Liner the Disney Dream. This is a very rare look behind the scenes and I’m definitely getting excited for my chance to walk the decks and … Continue reading
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.