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Overview

Last renovated in 2015 (after being introduced in 2011), the 4,000-passenger Disney Dream is one of Disney's largest, newest ships. Highlights include the 765-foot AquaDuck water coaster, a virtual sports simulator (for an extra fee) and theatrical performances that bring Disney animated favorites – like "Beauty and the Beast" – to life.

While the ship emphasizes family-focused entertainment with five specialized kids clubs, parents can enjoy the adults-only Quiet Cove pool and the Senses Spa & Salon. At night, a section of the ship called The District transforms into an adult oasis with host of bars and lounges. In terms of dining, the ship offers nine themed venues including two specialty adults-only restaurants.

Staterooms also cater to cruising clans, offering perks like sofa beds. Over 85 percent of cabins have ocean views or verandas. Those looking for extra space can opt for Concierge Suites, which range from 622 to 1,781 square feet.

While some recent cruisers commented that the ship is more expensive than other mainstream competitors, most said it was well worth the price due to the personalized attention they received from the staff.

In 2018-19, Disney Dream departs from Port Canaveral (Orlando), Florida, to sailings in the Bahamas

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Last renovated in 2015 (after being introduced in 2011), the 4,000-passenger Disney Dream is one of Disney's largest, newest ships. Highlights include the 765-foot AquaDuck water coaster, a virtual sports simulator (for an extra fee) and theatrical performances that bring Disney animated favorites – like "Beauty and the Beast" – to life.

While the ship emphasizes family-focused entertainment with five specialized kids clubs, parents can enjoy the adults-only Quiet Cove pool and the Senses Spa & Salon. At night, a section of the ship called The District transforms into an adult oasis with host of bars and lounges. In terms of dining, the ship offers nine themed venues including two specialty adults-only restaurants.

Staterooms also cater to cruising clans, offering perks like sofa beds. Over 85 percent of cabins have ocean views or verandas. Those looking for extra space can opt for Concierge Suites, which range from 622 to 1,781 square feet.

While some recent cruisers commented that the ship is more expensive than other mainstream competitors, most said it was well worth the price due to the personalized attention they received from the staff.

In 2018-19, Disney Dream departs from Port Canaveral (Orlando), Florida, to sailings in the Bahamas

Ship Size
XL
Price
$$$$
Year Built
N/A

Pros & Cons

  • Five specialized kids clubs

  • Pricier than other mainstream cruise lines

4.40Scorecard
  • 4.0Expert Rating »
  • 4.4Traveler Rating »
  • 5.0Health Rating »

Rankings

Disney Dream ranks #3 out of 4 Disney Cruise Line Cruise Ships based on an analysis of expert and user ratings, as well as health ratings.

Cabins

Disney Dream offers a wide range of accomodation options. Browse cabins to find the stateroom that suits your needs.

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Deck Plans

Disney Dream contains 14 decks. Find out which features are available on each Disney Dream deck.

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Traveler Reviews

A ship’s traveler rating is provided under license by Cruiseline.com , which manages one of the largest databases of cruise reviews and ratings by travelers. A total of 0 guests have reviewed Disney Dream, giving it a rating of 4.4 on a scale of 1-5.

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Reviews by Traveler Type

Families w/young children51.9%
Families w/older children15.4%
Couples9.2%
Groups6.6%
Singles/Friends2.3%
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