Thursday, February 03, 2011

Maiden Voyage of Disney's Dream

Disney Cruise Lines newest ship Dream, set sail last week on its maiden voyage with 3,100 passengers aboard. The ships first cruise was a 4 night, from Port Canaveral to the Bahamas, with a stop at Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island.

The Dream was christened on January 19 in Port Canaveral, FL. The red-carpet, waterside celebration had singers, dancers, marching bands, flag bearers, and Academy Award–winner Jennifer Hudson, who is the ship’s godmother. Most of Disney's characters were in attendance as well.

Disney Dream is Disney's biggest ship to date. It is 50 percent larger than Disney Magic and Disney Wonder. It is 1,115 feet long, has 14 decks, can sleep 4,000 passengers and has over 1,450 crew members. It offers six restaurants, nine bars and nightclubs, seven Disney-themed kids’ areas, three swimming pools, including one adults-only, the Aqua Duck, a 765-foot-long water coaster, a fitness center, and spa and salon. It also features a fireworks spectacular at sea called “Buccaneer Blast!” Choreographed to a dramatic score including songs from “Pirates of the Caribbean”.

The Dream offers three, four and five night Bahamian itineraries departing from Port Canaveral, FL year round.

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