Exciting new enhancements will be added to Disney Cruise Line’s Disney Dream, when she undergoes a drydock period at Freeport, Bahamas in October 2015.
The popular Oceaneer Club, will transport young cruisers between the ages of three and twelve, to a far away galaxy at the new Star Wars: Millennium Falcon. This Star Wars themed youth area, inspired by the spacecraft from the legendary saga, will enable young cruisers to sit in the Millennium Falcon’s cockpit and navigate through hyperspace as well as lightspeed jumps to different locations around the galaxy.
Children will also be able to express their creativity through Star Wars-themed games and activities. They can also watch episodes from the new Disney XD animated series, Star Wars Rebels, on a large screen or virtually join the rebellion at several gaming stations. Also in the Oceaneer Club, a high-tech interactive area, called Toy Box, based on the Disney Infinity video game offers more fun for kids.
Vanellope’s Sweets & Treats will satisfy the sweet tooth of cruisers of all ages, with handmade gelato and ice cream, an assortment of candy, and delectable novelty treats for purchase.
Exclusively for adults, Deck 13 forward will include a new water feature, named Satellite Falls, similar to that already found on board Disney Fantasy. The circular splash pool underneath the ship’s satellite, will feature benches and a soothing waterfall, providing a cool, relaxing escape while the kids burn all their energy in the Oceaneer Club. Also on the upper deck, adults can enjoy the sunny benefits of private sun loungers and shady canopies on the private sun deck.
The new enhancements will be in place, ready for the four-night voyage on October 26th 2015, which departs Port Canaveral sailing to the Bahamas and Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay. The Disney Dream will continue to sail three- and four-night cruises from Port Canaveral to the Bahamas throughout 2015 and into 2016.
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21-year-old travel journalist, Jordan, has been reporting on cruise news since 2011. Since taking his first voyage on board Royal Caribbean’s Independence of the Seas in 2009, Jordan has now been on over 50 cruises. He currently studies Journalism at Southampton Solent University.