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The Disney Dream will have 14 decks with 1,250 staterooms which can comfortably accomodate 4,000 guests. It will weigh in at 128,000 tons and have a length of 1,115 feet (more than three football fields).
The ship continues the traditional style of the first two ships in the fleet which were modeled after ships sailing in the early 20th century - known as the golden age of cruising.
Walt Disney had a dream...
How fitting it is for this new ship to bear that name. Walt would be very proud of the Disney Imagineering team that have designed a classic ship with true Disney flare. As I viewed the images on the Disney Travel Agent site, I was certain that this new ship will bring many dreams to reality in the years ahead.
Only one of a kind ...
When you think of Disney, what comes to mind? If you are even a slight Disney fan, you'll have no problem answering that question. Of course, it's Family fun.
What could be more fun than riding the only Water Coaster at Sea? The AquaDuck pictured above (courtesy of Walt Disney Imagineering Concept Art) is a 765-foot long water attraction that takes guests on a magical ride around the top deck, through one of the ship's funnels, and down a full four-deck drop. Now that's a water ride!!
A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes ...
My biggest joy is helping make dreams come true every day... I'm certain that the Disney Dream will make dreams come true once she begins sailing to the Caribbean and Bahamas in 2011.