Disney Dream

Price: $ $ $ $     Size: XL     Built: Jan 2011    

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Disney Dream is an extra large ship, carrying 4000 passengers and 1458 crew, and sails from Port Canaveral, Florida.

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Disney Dream

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5 out of 5

Disney Dream

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The service was impeccable, the food delicious and abundant.  We will be returning for another cruise in the future, top notch company. My favorite part was Castaway Cay, their private Island. 

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5 out of 5

Disney Dream

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The Broadway shows were great!  The food was great!  Wish the drink of the day was included in the price. the cruise was a trip of a lifetime!    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXx

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5 out of 5

Everything was amazing

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everything that we could be in control of was absolutely outstanding.5 stars across the board.the only bad thing was the weather, but that is always a toss up with cruises.

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5 out of 5

Fun at Sea

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We took this cruise because we had never cruised before.  It was the best!  We didn't get ill, had plenty to do and we loved it!  We will definitely be cruising again.  3 days was not long enough - wish we had had a day at sea to do more activities on the ship!Love

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5 out of 5

Great Retreat

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The Disney cruise was great from start to finish.  Smooth onboarding, great food, good entertainment.  Spaces for kids and adults.  The only bad thing was that we had to depart.

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3 out of 5

Key Destination Missed Due to Weather

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Overall, the cruise was okay. The key destination - Castaway Key - was missed because the boat could not dock. Very disappointing. An offer for discount on a future Disney cruise or adventure would have been a nice gesture. 

Nassau was very disappointing also. We spent less than two hours on island. Many offers to buy drugs while walking to local restaurants and shopping. 

Will not likely cruise to the Bahamas with Disney again. 

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2 out of 5

Did not enjoy cruise at all

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I had no favorite part....I'm glad it was only 3 days, I could not wait to get off...Bahamas was run down, not as I remembered it....so we went back on ship..Another port when we were told we could not go to Castaway Cay would have been nice....or ditch Bahamas port completely......The whole cruise was not what we expected at all...

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Contributor Level: Purser
5 out of 5

Perfect family cruise!

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Although we only had a four night cruise, by the end of it we felt like we were leaving family. Every aspect of the cruise was positive and energetic. Our stateroom was spacious and slept 5. The food was incredible and we had two with allergies, they checked with us at each meal to make sure we had what we needed. The entertainment was the best and left even the adults feeling like kids again.  It was an expensive vacation, but now we know it was worth every penny!  We had two teens with us and they loved the teen club and meeting new friends.  We were all sad to leave!

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5 out of 5

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 It was absolutely wonderful for my family and my parents so many activities we just ran out of time food and service and cleanliness everything was impeccable ! I loved it

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Contributor Level: Third Mate
3 out of 5

Great experience! ...but not worth the cost/value.

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As a frequent cruiser on all cruise-lines, there is no comparison to Disney. This is my second time cruising on the Dream and the service, food, shows and atmosphere are the best experience on the seas.

 

However, for being 3 times the cost of other cruise lines I would have expected a much more careful experience. I want to emphasize that the majority of the crew members were outstanding, but I come from a company that prides itself on emulating the Disney brand's customer service. I was not impressed. We spent over $800 in the spa on services and received uninterested/bored greetings. It felt at times that we were not a new sale, so we were just taking up the crew's time. And we are very low-maintenance passengers.

 

Also, the food in the first day's restaurant was SO GOOD - Animator's Palate!! The other two restaurants made us long for our first night. The waiter staff was so friendly, funny and engaging. Even when we would have a new team for breakfast, we felt like our waiter was only serving us - what a great experience to start your day!

 

Finally, the stop at Castaway Cay was so relaxing. The beaches were immaculate, clean, and spacious. We stayed at the adult beach which was quite and relaxing and the waters were perfect. My only regret was that many of the activities that were recommended to us by our fellow experienced cruisers, were not listed on the activities schedule, nor on the app. So we missed out on several events (including the fireworks) that were not listed anywhere.....

 

The convenience and excitement of being on the Disney Dream (which is a gorgeous ship) was truly a Dream. The detail that goes into the ship is breath-taking and I would recommend that every cruise-goer tries it at least once. However, the price makes it a tough choice as to whether the investment is worth it. I believe with the new ships from other cruise lines, you can have ALMOST as good an experience at a third the cost.

 

Thank you Disney for having us and (asides from the Spa service) you are the standard for most companies :)

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Deck 4

Deck Four features the second level of the Walt Disney Theater, Buena Vista Theater, Vista Cafe, Vista Gallery, Shutters "Capturing Memories", D-Lounge,...

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Deck 5

Deck Five consists of categories 4E, 6B, 7A, 8A, 8D, 9A, 10A and 11B, as well as Disney's Oceaneer Club, Disney's Oceaneer Lab, nursery, Buena Vista Theater,...

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Deck 11

Deck Eleven features staterooms in categories V, and T, as well as Mickey's Pool and Slide, Donald's Pool, Eye Scream/Frozone Treats, Cove Cafe, Flo's...

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Deck 3

Deck Three features restaurants - the Animator's Palate, Royal Palace, as well as the Walt Disney Theater, Mickey's Mainsail, Sea Treasure, White-caps,...

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KAllred72
Contributor Level: Purser

Definitely take clothes to dress up for Pirate night, just makes it more fun!!

dcombsbrat
Contributor Level: Third Mate

Take a large cup with a lid to fill at the drink stations. The cups provided are very small.

GillianCameron
Contributor Level: Purser

You don't need to bring towels to the beach on Castaway Cay everything is provided... You can bring your own bottled water on board...

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Price

XL

Size

Jan 2011

Built

4000

Total Passengers

2.74

Crew to Passenger Ratio

14

Number of Decks

1250

Total Cabins

31

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