Despite the fact that Carnival just recently launched its own Dream ship, (see Carnival Dream Inaugural) Disney is naming its newest masterpiece the Disney Dream. Well let the pre-used name slide, after all Disney is known for dreamers and aboard the new ship is no exception. The creative team developed a 3-D digital movie theater, an interactive ocean lab for kids that lets them navigate the high seas, and a high-powered water coaster that sends guests soaring through a translucent funnel before making a 150-foot plunge.
Perhaps one of the most original ideas to appear on a cruise ship is Disneys virtual porthole, which makes a mundane interior cabin blossom into a fun-filled home base by bringing the outside world in. Families can peer through their stateroom window and see a real-time view outside the ship with guest appearances from their favorite animated characters to boot.
The whimsical Dream will be sailing a series of three and 4-night voyages in the Bahamas beginning in January 2011.
For more information or to book your Disney Dream cruise, visit www.disneycruise.com.