Disney Dream Cruise Review by emigirl66
- Sail Date: December 2012
- Destination: Bahamas
I have to say that the overall presentation of this cruise ship is incredible, with beautiful chandelier, and modern innovations like the detective game (that I really recommend you try) and the moving pictures.
The dining was really good, the food was nice and I really like the animators palate, it is a perfect place for families get involved into the activities and plus you also get to talk to crush the sea turtle from Nemo!Cabanas is what I call the perfect breakfast and lunch area, allowing you to eat anytime (so you can play as long as you want) and has a broad selection of food that you can choose from.
The entertainment was incredible, just like Disney usually has and the live shows were the best of the best. They saved the best show for last, Disney's Believe and I highly recommend you watch it.
Youth activities were very nice and I had a very good time at edge. The only downside to it was it was not comparable to Disney's Oceaneer Club, Disney's Oceaneer Lab and Vibe and I really suggest that they upgrade the tween play area.
Overall I loved this hip but i think that 3 days is too short of a cruise, I would say to get to do everything you want to do on the cruise, it might take a little longer than three days.