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Disney Dream arrives in Port Canaveral

Posted by Anita Dunham-Potter On January - 4 - 2011

Disney’s newest and largest cruise ship, the Disney Dream, arrived in grand style Tuesday morning at Port Canaveral. The 130,000-ton ship took center stage when it arrived in port with a show that included fireworks. The arrival of the Disney Dream in Florida marks the end of the ship’s nearly two-year construction journey and the start of an exciting new era for Disney Cruise Line.

disneydreamArrival Building on the success of its other two ships the Magic and Wonder, Disney decided to go even bigger, constructing the Dream, a ship that stands five decks taller and about half a football field longer than its predecessors. The Disney Dream is not a typical cruise ship. Disney has added unique touches that include a high atop the ship water coaster called the Aqua-Duck, which takes passengers down a four-deck drop and out over the edge of the ship. Additionally, every stateroom has a view or at least a virtual one. Passengers with interior cabins that might not be able to see the world go by will be able to see out of the ship through virtual portholes. Disney Dream will carry 4,000 passengers to vacations to the Bahamas. Stay tuned for more coverage on the Disney Dream at www.expertcruiser.com.

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