Disney Cruise Line Ships
Disney Ship Reviews
Ranked #1 of 4 Disney Ships
- Introduces new shows, Muppets interactive game
- Expanded adults-only top-deck serenity zone
- Placemats come to life during new dinner show
- Launched: 2012; Passengers: 2,500
Ranked #2 of 4 Disney Ships
- Pro: Superb entertainment and activity options are geared to cruisers of all ages.
- Con: You can't escape the Disney characters, music, merchandise and branding anywhere onboard.
- Bottom Line: It's one of the better choices for family travel, especially with very young kids.
- Launched: 2011; Passengers: 2,500 dbl. (4,000 max)
Bahamas - Disney Dream
Ranked #3 of 4 Disney Ships
- Cool programs and hangouts for kids, tweens, teens
- Three pools, waterslide and toddler splash area
- Three main restaurants include French and Brazilian
- Launched: 1998; Passengers: 1,754
Ranked #4 of 4 Disney Ships
- Magical deck parties with Disney characters
- Separate pools for kids, families & adults
- Rotational dining scheme -- new venue nightly, same waiters
- Launched: 1999; Passengers: 1,754
Disney Member Reviews
We recently returned from our Jan 19-23, 2015 4 night cruise on the Dream, 2 parents in mid 30's and 2 daughters, 5 & 7. This was our first ... Read more
I have been a DVC member since 1994 and last week was the first Disney cruise with my wife, no kids. Maybe I'm a little bias here but I felt the ... Read more
This being my first cruise experience, perhaps it is common practice to nickel and dime guests every step of the way, to which Disney does not ... Read more
Just returned from our MLK weekend cruise to Nassau, Bahamas and Castaway Cay on the Disney Dream. I've been on several cruise lines, but this has ... Read more
After attending a conference in Orlando (Rosen Shingle Hotel is great, highly recommended), my wife and I decided to have a long weekend on the ... Read more
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