Disney Dream


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This is what happens when you tell your Children they are going to Disney on Christmas Morning, make sure your crank up the volume.

Video editing was completed by the fabulous Cocktail Deeva (George Clooney's girlfriend) - visit her site, also she has a new iPhone App worth downloading here


The Disney Dream will set sail this January, take a peak at the website for The Disney Dream here
Disney Dream will have its maiden voyage on January 26, 2011, the ship is decked with all the Disney Bells and Whistles and will be a truly magical experience.  The Disney Dream also features the first water coaster at sea, called "The Aquaduck".
Disney Cruise Line debuts the first-ever shipboard water coaster, AquaDuck, an exhilarating high-speed flume ride featuring twists, turns, drops, acceleration and river rapids.

AquaDuck combines the thrill of a coaster with the splashing fun of a water slide. It begins with a rush as riders slide through a "swing out" loop over the side of the ship. In the loop cantilevered from the side of the ship, guests are surrounded only by a crystal clear acrylic flume that provides a thrilling, unobstructed view of the ocean surface...150 feet below.

Utilizing some of today's latest water coaster technology, the excitement amplifies as riders experience the up-and-down sensations of a coaster. High-powered water jets accelerate guests upward and forward at a surging speed of about 20 feet per second.

Guests whoosh through the forward funnel, then glide along a stretch of river rapids, providing a stunning panorama of the ocean and the ship's upper decks before a splashdown on Deck 12.



Castaway Cay, Disney's private island paradise in the Bahamas, is a 1,000-acre tropical oasis featuring white sand beaches, crystal blue waters and enough relaxation and recreation for every member of the family. The Disney Magic and Disney Wonder call at Castaway Cay as part of Bahamian itineraries. Beginning in 2011, the new Disney Dream cruise ship will visit the island during three-, four- and five-night itineraries.