We can finally put all the rumors to the side now that we finally have official statements from Disney themselves. Just as expected the Magic will sail Canada & New England and Bahamas during the summer, and head down to the gulf for the winter. The Wonder will sail out of Seattle for the summer [...]
Entries Tagged ‘Disney Dream’
Bob Iger, Mickey Mouse and godmother Jennifer Hudson christened the new Disney mega ship in Port Canaveral. The new ship is ready to sail the caribbean while the Disney Wonder sails west towards Alaska
The highly anticipated Disney Dream had arrived in her new home of Port Canaveral Florida. An estimated crowd on 2,000 people watcher her sail in. In typical Disney fashion, it was a sight to behold that no one will forget. Just take a look at the photos. Plus I got video!
Pretty cool thing just happened onboard Disney’s Flagship. While wetdocked in Bremerhaven, Germany to undergo final outfitting, she encountered an event that, well I can guarantee wont happen in the Caribbean: Snow! The pictures say it all.
The Disney Dream just completed its passage down the River Ems. The shipyard that it was built at, Meyer Werft of Papenburg, Germany, is technically inland, linked to the sea only by this narrow, twisty river. There are even parts that they have to sail the ship backwards through. Well the Dream just completed this [...]
The Disney Dream has now had her first taste of water. She was successfully floated out at Meyer Werft Shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. The 128,000 grt ship is still on track for a January 26th maiden voyage.
Disney’s very own blog has the scoop on the progress of the Dream. This post features the development of the adults only pool area. Kinda small for a ship that big if you ask me. Click here for full details Disney Dream Shipyard Reports 1 2 3
Some pictures from Shipspotting. One more and video after the break below:
This morning marked a major step in the building process of one of the most highly anticipated cruises to be launched. Taking place in Papenburg, Germany, the Disney Dream received her last building block. Remember that ships are build like legos now. Shipyards will create huge, sometimes the width of the ship, blocks that are [...]