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Our three night voyage on the Disney Dream was an absolute Dream! The ship was immaculate and the crew was friendly. From the moment we stepped onboard, we were in a in for a whirlwind of excitement. The first night we enjoyed the Sailing Away deck party, spent some time exploring the ship, caught the Golden Mickeys, and wrapped up the night with a cognac tasting. The second day we woke up early and enjoyed a spa treatment as the ship moved into dock at Nassau, the view from the spa is spectacular and watching the view change as the ship maneuvered into dock is very memorable. We spent a couple of hours exploring the shopping area right off the ship, but didn't feel very comfortable wondering around, so we returned to the ship. The rest of the day we relaxed onboard, enjoying Quiet Cove and meeting the various characters. The show for the second night was Villains Tonight, another enjoyable production. After dinner we went up on deck to enjoy the Pirates in the Caribbean deck party. We had the most amazing spot to watch the fireworks and boy was it a fantastic show! Following the deck party we had a late night Pirate Meal at the buffet. After bar hopping between Skyline and Pink we headed to bed. The next morning we woke up and enjoyed room service on our verandah as the ship docked at Castaway Cay. The view from our starboard cabin gave us an amazing opportunity to watch the beaches come into view as we enjoyed our coffee and pastries. We got ready and head off the ship to enjoy the morning out at Serenity Bay, having the required mixed drinks and great conversation with some new friends we made. We had lunch and headed back to the family area. We made it back to the family area to have a dance party with Minnie (boy can she get down!). Before heading back to the ship we took a few trips down Pelican Plunge. The last night of the cruise we bounced around to the various parts of the ship and stayed up as late as we could to make the trip last as long as we could. The show for our last night was Disney's Believe; this was by far my favorite show. The only thing that we regret about our vacation was that we only did a three night. The extra day at sea would have given us that much more time to enjoy the ship.

A Disney Dream

Disney Dream Cruise Review by msidescooter

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Trip Details
  • Sail Date: January 2015
  • Destination: Bahamas
Our three night voyage on the Disney Dream was an absolute Dream! The ship was immaculate and the crew was friendly. From the moment we stepped onboard, we were in a in for a whirlwind of excitement. The first night we enjoyed the Sailing Away deck party, spent some time exploring the ship, caught the Golden Mickeys, and wrapped up the night with a cognac tasting.
The second day we woke up early and enjoyed a spa treatment as the ship moved into dock at Nassau, the view from the spa is spectacular and watching the view change as the ship maneuvered into dock is very memorable. We spent a couple of hours exploring the shopping area right off the ship, but didn't feel very comfortable wondering around, so we returned to the ship. The rest of the day we relaxed onboard, enjoying Quiet Cove and meeting the various characters. The show for the second night was Villains Tonight, another enjoyable production. After dinner we went up on deck to enjoy the Pirates in the Caribbean deck party. We had the most amazing spot to watch the fireworks and boy was it a fantastic show! Following the deck party we had a late night Pirate Meal at the buffet. After bar hopping between Skyline and Pink we headed to bed.
The next morning we woke up and enjoyed room service on our verandah as the ship docked at Castaway Cay. The view from our starboard cabin gave us an amazing opportunity to watch the beaches come into view as we enjoyed our coffee and pastries. We got ready and head off the ship to enjoy the morning out at Serenity Bay, having the required mixed drinks and great conversation with some new friends we made. We had lunch and headed back to the family area. We made it back to the family area to have a dance party with Minnie (boy can she get down!). Before heading back to the ship we took a few trips down Pelican Plunge. The last night of the cruise we bounced around to the various parts of the ship and stayed up as late as we could to make the trip last as long as we could. The show for our last night was Disney's Believe; this was by far my favorite show.
The only thing that we regret about our vacation was that we only did a three night. The extra day at sea would have given us that much more time to enjoy the ship.
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Cabin Review

Cabin 6648
The stateroom was quiet and nicely positioned towards the aft. It was a short walk to the aft lifts, which made getting around the ship very easy. The Verandah overlooked an extended Verandah on deck 5, but we had no complaints about the view. The size of the room was more than enough room for the two of us.
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Port & Shore Excursion Reviews

  • Castaway Cay
    Castaway Cay (pronounced Key) is a picture perfect island. We spent the morning relaxing on the adult only beach, had lunch, and did the waterslide into the ocean! Disney does such an amazing job keeping this island in pristine condition to ensure every guest has the time of their lives. I only wish the ship stayed longer than 4:30.
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  • Nassau
    Not our ideal version of a port, we opted to spend most of our time exploring the ship. We did get off the ship to take a few photos with the ship in the background and with the Welcome to the Bahamas sign. We attempted to walk the market to find a souvenir but after about an hour we were tired of the crowds and being bombarded with tour offers and made our way back to the ship. We were very surprised by the lack of upkeep the port area has suffered, considering it's such a popular port for each cruise line.
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