When Disney Dream joined the fleet in 2011, it heralded a bigger-is-better era for the Mouse. Now comes Disney Fantasy, which is the same size but thinks even bigger. Because Fantasy will be plying the Caribbean on seven-night cruises (rather than Dream's three- or four-nighters), there are more shows, more space on deck for adults to lounge, (even) more activities for kids and a retooled playground of sorts for grownups. Pictured here is the Tube, a London-centric club that's one of the funkier parts of the European-themed bar "district," which also has an Irish pub and an Italianate lounge boasting a bar in the shape of a carousel.
Intrigued? Cruise Critic was allowed to roam the ship during a three-night sampler, March 23 - 26 -- and we've got the stories to prove it. Read on for 14 snapshots from Fantasy.