Disney Dream Overview

By Staff

Disney storytelling meets cruising luxury on Disney Dream. From restaurants that seamlessly blend animation with world-class food to full-scale stage productions of Beauty and the Beast and The Golden Mickeys at the Walt Disney Theater, Dream offers the kind of magical experience for children only Disney can provide.

While younger kids will be thrilled to meet their favorite Disney characters throughout this family-friendly ship, parents will appreciate Dream's kids, tween, and teen clubs, which offer supervised, age-appropriate activities for cruisers 3 to 17 in designated kid-friendly activity centers. In 2018, the ship received several upgrades, including new interactive Star Wars-themed children's areas and the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, which gives kids character makeovers.

Disney Dream has plenty for adults, too. With the little ones 6 months and older entrusted to the ship’s It's a Small World nursery, parents are free to soak in one of Dream's oceanview hot tubs, grab a glass of bubbly at Pink, the ship's champagne bar, or dance the night away at the caterpillar-to-butterfly-themed Evolution.

Departing from Florida's Port Canaveral, Disney Dream cruises offer 3- to 5-day round-trip sailings to the Bahamas, including a stop at Castaway Cay, Disney's private island where passengers are treated to water sports and a host of other outdoor activities.

Disney Dream Highlights

  • Walt Disney Theater featuring productions of The Golden Mickeys and Beauty and the Beast
  • Disney character experiences and photo opportunities
  • Kids' programs including the Oceaneer Club/Lab (ages 3-12), Edge (11-14) and Vibe (14-17)
  • It's a Small World nursery (6 months - 3 years)
  • Adult-exclusive dining at Remy and Palo
  • Kid-friendly activities including: Midship Detective Agency, Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, and Arr-Cade
  • Pirates in the Caribbean deck party
  • Donald's and Mickey's pools with the AquaDuck watercoaster and toddler splash area
  • Pink champagne bar
  • Skyline bar and lounge

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Disney Dream is Best For

With Disney in its name, it should come as no surprise that Dream is a family-friendly ship. From kid-pleasing touches from ship-wide interactive artwork to princess-themed dining, this vessel was designed to appeal to young cruisers and their families.

You Should Know

Disney ships are designed to appeal to children and multigenerational groups. Although the ship has several adults-only spaces, cruisers looking for a quiet, laid-back vacation with more varied entertainment and activities would probably prefer a different cruise line.

Disney Dream Cabins

1250 cabins and 31 cabin categories.

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Inside Cabin Inside
(23 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 178 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $299/night
Oceanview Cabin Oceanview
(34 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 223 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $315/night
Balcony Balcony
(204 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 266 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $337/night
Suite Cabin Suite
(9 Reviews)
Avg. Size: 903 sq. ft. Avg. Cost: $783/night

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Disney Dream Dining

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Cabanas Cabanas
(6 Reviews)
Palo Palo
(6 Reviews)
Funnel Vision Funnel Vision
(3 Reviews)
Frozone Treats Frozone Treats
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Disney Dream Onboard Activities

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AquaDuck AquaDuck
(8 Reviews)
Currents Bar Currents Bar
(2 Reviews)
Jogging Track Jogging Track
(1 Review)
Funnel Vision Funnel Vision
(3 Reviews)

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889 Disney Dream Reviews

Amazing! by sherylyn11

Sail Date: / Traveled As: Family (older children)

This was my 2nd Disney cruise and I can't wait to plan another. Everything about it was wonderful!

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A bit disappointing by nike13

Sail Date: / Traveled As: Family (older children)

I used to tell anyone I could that Disney was far better than any other cruise line but not anymore

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It was just ok for me. Not sure if I will do another Disney cruise. by twillalove7408

Sail Date: / Traveled As: Family (older children)

I enjoyed most everything but the extra fees and tips kind of turned me off to Disney. I really was annoyed that my child was not given a lanyard and a arm band at the beginning because we had never sailed with Disney before. It kind of turned me off

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341 Disney Dream Tips

Feb 05, 2015

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

Aug 13, 2014

Don't miss the buffet when you first get on the cruise before it leaves port. They had all you can eat shrimp, crab claws, prime rib, lamb chops and more.

Sep 13, 2014

The breakfast on the cabana was fast not to many Waiting on line.

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