Disney Dream is a cruise ship operated by Disney Cruise Line, part of The Walt Disney Company, which entered service in 2011. It ranks #1 out of 4 Disney Cruise Line Cruise Ships based on an analysis of expert and user ratings, as well as health ratings. The 4,000-passenger Disney Dream is one of Disney’s largest ship. There’s an almost endless amount of one-of-a-kind entertainment, recreation and dining offerings on the Disney Dream to keep the entire family smiling from sun-up to well after sundown.
Ship highlights include the 765-foot water coaster, AquaDuck, Goofy’s Sports Deck, a virtual sports simulator and live shows that bring Disney favorites to life. While the ship emphasizes family-focused entertainment with nine specialized kids clubs, it’s also geared toward grown-ups with a host of adults-only spaces. A section of the ship called The District transforms into an adult oasis at night with five nightclubs and lounges, and adults can also enjoy the Quiet Cove pool and Senses Spa & Salon.
When it comes to dining, cruisers have nine themed venues to choose from including two specialty adults-only restaurants. In terms of lodging, the Disney Dream caters to cruising clans with perks like convertible sofas. Cabins range from Inside Staterooms that sleep up to four people to Concierge Suites that range from 622 to 1,781 square feet.
Chart a course for unforgettable adventure with the Disney Dream as your guide and drop anchor in some of the world’s most magical places, including the Bahamas and Disney’s very own Castaway Cay.