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Disney Dream, will sail into service in January 2011 as the first new Disney cruise ship in over a decade. The "float out," moving the ship from its land-based construction site to a water-filled berth for the first time, is coming in three weeks. Construction will continue there until the ship is ready for sea trials and then service soon after.

Nearly all staterooms on Disney Dream are designed especially for families; including spacious suites with private verandas, oceanview staterooms with oversized portholes and inside staterooms with "virtual portholes" - video screens with a live feed from the bridge of the ship where Disney characters may show up "unannounced" at any time.

Disney Dream Suites
For families that really want to travel in style Disney Dream offers the Concierge Royal Suite. At an amazing 1781 square feet with veranda, it includes a master bedroom with queen-size bed, one in-the-wall pull-down double bed and one in-the-wall pull-down single bed in the living room. There are two bathrooms, one a master bath with double sinks, a rain shower and a whirlpool tub, and another half-bath with sink and toilet. There is a separate whirlpool tub on the veranda. There is a living room, media room, an open dining salon, a pantry, wet bar and walk-in closets.

This suite has two 42-inch LCD high-definition flat-screen televisions, one in the living room and one in the bedroom. There is an iPod docking station, couch, desk, chair, and dining table. The large veranda with Jacuzzi tub, also has patio furniture, deck lighting and Plexiglas railings with childproof locks.

The next category down is the 655 square-foot Concierge One Bedroom Suite with Veranda featuring an Art Deco glamour look from the 1920s. This suite has warm wood finishes, original artwork and a lavish marble and granite bathroom. There is one 42 inch high-definition LCD television, iPod docking station, refrigerator, desk, chair and dining table. The large veranda features its own furniture, deck lighting Plexiglas railings and the security of childproof locks.

Restaurants:
Disney Dream will have many of the same restaurants as the first two Disney ships but upgraded to reflect the latest in technology. Animators Palate is a main dining restaurant inspired by Disney animation. This room includes a unique dinner show where virtual windows come alive with our favorite Disney characters.

Cabanas is a casual dining restaurant on deck 11 serving fresh food for breakfast and lunch. At dinnertime their restaurant includes table service serving specialties from the main dining room.
Enchanted Garden is a main dining restaurant inspired by the gardens of Versailles. Every meal magically transforms from day to night during the service.

Palo is an intimate restaurant on deck 12 serving Northern Italian cuisine for dinner only. Palo offers sweeping ocean views and elegant decor for guests 18 or older. Remy is another adult only exclusive restaurant on deck 12 serving French cuisine.

Royal Palace is a main dining room on deck three amidships. It is inspired by classic Disney films like Cinderella and sleeping beauty and serves breakfast lunch and dinner fit for a King or Queen.

Dreamy Entertainment
For entertainment, Disney Dream offers one of the plushest and largest movie cinemas at sea featuring first run films in digital 3-D and Dolby surround sound and plush, stadium-style seating. The Walt Disney Theater is the live performance venue for the showing of original, Broadway-style Disney production shows with first run digital 3-D films as well .

There are several nightclubs and lounges on Disney Dream; some for adults only, some for all ages and some for kids only. The all-ages lounges include 687 where families can enjoy games and activities during the day and adults can have a cocktail at night. The Cove Café features gourmet coffee and snacks along with magazines and an Internet Café. Evolution is the dance club for all ages during the day and adults only at night. Skyline is an adults only cocktail lounge where the windows present virtual views of some of the world's most famous cities.

Add a magnificent pool deck water-park, including one of the longest waterslides at sea and the first to feature raft-riding, and you have a ship-load of fun for everyone.

This ship will be 128,000 tons.

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I'm booked on the August 28th sailing of the Disney Dream. I can't wait!!
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Excellent! I hope you will come back and give us a report.
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We're booked on Dream for two cruises in 2011. 4 nighter in May and the DVC Member Cruise in September.

And we fully intend to be at Port Canaveral the day Dream arrives for the first time - - tentatively January 4, 2011.
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Disney Dream, will sail into service in January 2011 as the first new Disney cruise ship in over a decade. The "float out," moving the ship from its land-based construction site to a water-filled berth for the first time, is coming in three weeks. Construction will continue there until the ship is ready for sea trials and then service soon after.

Nearly all staterooms on Disney Dream are designed especially for families; including spacious suites with private verandas, oceanview staterooms with oversized portholes and inside staterooms with "virtual portholes" - video screens with a live feed from the bridge of the ship where Disney characters may show up "unannounced" at any time.

Disney Dream Suites
For families that really want to travel in style Disney Dream offers the Concierge Royal Suite. At an amazing 1781 square feet with veranda, it includes a master bedroom with queen-size bed, one in-the-wall pull-down double bed and one in-the-wall pull-down single bed in the living room. There are two bathrooms, one a master bath with double sinks, a rain shower and a whirlpool tub, and another half-bath with sink and toilet. There is a separate whirlpool tub on the veranda. There is a living room, media room, an open dining salon, a pantry, wet bar and walk-in closets.

This suite has two 42-inch LCD high-definition flat-screen televisions, one in the living room and one in the bedroom. There is an iPod docking station, couch, desk, chair, and dining table. The large veranda with Jacuzzi tub, also has patio furniture, deck lighting and Plexiglas railings with childproof locks.

The next category down is the 655 square-foot Concierge One Bedroom Suite with Veranda featuring an Art Deco glamour look from the 1920s. This suite has warm wood finishes, original artwork and a lavish marble and granite bathroom. There is one 42 inch high-definition LCD television, iPod docking station, refrigerator, desk, chair and dining table. The large veranda features its own furniture, deck lighting Plexiglas railings and the security of childproof locks.

Restaurants:
Disney Dream will have many of the same restaurants as the first two Disney ships but upgraded to reflect the latest in technology. Animators Palate is a main dining restaurant inspired by Disney animation. This room includes a unique dinner show where virtual windows come alive with our favorite Disney characters.

Cabanas is a casual dining restaurant on deck 11 serving fresh food for breakfast and lunch. At dinnertime their restaurant includes table service serving specialties from the main dining room.
Enchanted Garden is a main dining restaurant inspired by the gardens of Versailles. Every meal magically transforms from day to night during the service.

Palo is an intimate restaurant on deck 12 serving Northern Italian cuisine for dinner only. Palo offers sweeping ocean views and elegant decor for guests 18 or older. Remy is another adult only exclusive restaurant on deck 12 serving French cuisine.

Royal Palace is a main dining room on deck three amidships. It is inspired by classic Disney films like Cinderella and sleeping beauty and serves breakfast lunch and dinner fit for a King or Queen.

Dreamy Entertainment
For entertainment, Disney Dream offers one of the plushest and largest movie cinemas at sea featuring first run films in digital 3-D and Dolby surround sound and plush, stadium-style seating. The Walt Disney Theater is the live performance venue for the showing of original, Broadway-style Disney production shows with first run digital 3-D films as well .

There are several nightclubs and lounges on Disney Dream; some for adults only, some for all ages and some for kids only. The all-ages lounges include 687 where families can enjoy games and activities during the day and adults can have a cocktail at night. The Cove Café features gourmet coffee and snacks along with magazines and an Internet Café. Evolution is the dance club for all ages during the day and adults only at night. Skyline is an adults only cocktail lounge where the windows present virtual views of some of the world's most famous cities.

Add a magnificent pool deck water-park, including one of the longest waterslides at sea and the first to feature raft-riding, and you have a ship-load of fun for everyone.

This ship will be 128,000 tons.

Hello Mr. Motter,
Really enjoyed your update on the DREAM. We are bookeed for April 2011 taking our Son, Daughter in law and Grandaughter who will be age 6 then for the 4 nites. Got 2 aft connecting Cabins and Verandas Connect so quite excited if the new DREAM goes AFT into the Island. WOW what a view we shall have.
Your explaination of the dining rooms have me excited. Have you booked it yet?
Grandma Carole in Florida

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