Disney Dream Cruise Ship Profile

Ship Features, Itinerary, News, Photos, Review, Accommodations, Notable Rooms, Dining Venues, Kid's Areas, Deck Plan, Outdoor Spaces, Smoking Sections



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CDC Ratings

Sanitation Report

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2011 Rating 97 (Feb)
2011 Rating 100 (Jul)
2011 Rating 100 (De)
2012 Rating 100 (May)
2012 Rating 100 (Oct)
2013 Rating 100 (Jun)
2014 Rating 100 (Jan)
2014 Rating 100 (Aug)
2014 Rating 100 (Oct)
2015 Rating 94 (Nov)
2016 Rating 97 (Jun)
2019 Rating 100 (Nov)

The Center For Disease Control (CDC) performs unannounced inspections, which are conducted twice a year and required for any cruise ship with an international itinerary calling at a U.S. port. Vessels are evaluated proper food handling, preparation and storage procedures, and overall galley cleanliness. Ships’ potable water supplies used in spas and pools are evaluated, as well.

Deck Plan

Deck 14

Outlook Lounge

Deck 13

Goofy's Sports Deck, Edge, Currents Bar

Deck 12

Palo, Meridian Bar, Aquaduck, Waves Bar, Remy, Concierge Lounge, Concierge Suites

Deck 11

Cabanas, Video Arcade, Nemo's Reef, Mickey's Pool, Donald's Pool, Cove Pool, Café, and Bar, Spa, Spa Staterooms, Fitness Center, Salon

Deck 10

Passenger staterooms

Deck 9

Passenger staterooms

Deck 8

Passenger staterooms

Deck 7

Passenger staterooms

Deck 6

Passenger staterooms

Deck 5

It's a Small World Nursery, Passenger staterooms, Oceaneer Club and Lab, Vibe Teens Lounge

Deck 4

Evolution Dance Club, Skyline, Pink Intimate Cocktail Bar, D Lounge Family Nightclub, The District, Vista Café Coffee Bar, 687 Sports Bar, Photo Studio, Buena Vista Cinema, Pomenade deck

Deck 3

Animator's Palate, Royal Palace, Royal Court, Atrium, Guest Service, Bon Voyage, Preludes Boutiques, Walt Disney Theater

Deck 2

Enchanted Garden Restaurant, Passenger staterooms, Health center

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Adults Only

Quiet Cove Pool and Cove Bar
Reserved exclusively for guests 18 and older, the Quiet Cove Pool and Cove Bar is a retreat for adults to sunbathe and swim, indulge in a cool drink or enjoy a relaxing dip in a nearby hot tub overlooking the ocean.

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One of three fresh-water pools on the Disney Dream, Quiet Cove Pool features varying depths for taking a dip, sunbathing in comfort and enjoying a poolside cocktail. A series of connected circular pools includes a 4-foot-deep plunge pool and a 6-inch-deep sunbathing pool with built-in loungers and a mister. Guests also can splash up to Cove Bar, which is part of the pool, and sip a refreshing beverage.

Nearby, on the sides of deck 11, guests can soak in a whirlpool hot tub while overlooking the ocean. Four “infinity” whirlpool hot tubs – two for families and two just for adults – provide spectacular views of the ocean beyond.

Meridian Bar

Adults-only bar located on Deck 12, Aft next to Palo aboard the Disney Dream, is a charming nighttime spot inspired by the pioneering days of sea travel, where Guests can enjoy a pre- or post-dinner cocktail amid an indoor ocean view setting or breezy outdoor deck.


Adults-only bar located on Deck 4, Aft in The District area on the Disney Dream, is an elegant nightspot designed to look like the inside of a Champagne bottle, where adults can savor a cocktail and relax.


Adults-only cocktail lounge located on Deck 4, Aft in The District area on the Disney Dream, is a cosmopolitan sky bar boasting sweeping—and magically transforming—views of some of the world's most famous cities, where adults can savor a selection of the world's finest beverages.

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Kid's Programs

A Magical Oasis for Children

Only on a Disney Cruise Line ship can children become immersed in their favorite Disney stories.  There are two main spaces for children ages three to 10:  Disney’s Oceaneer Club and Disney’s Oceaneer Lab feature an interactive play-floor, a cruise industry first that blends the latest in gaming technology with Disney’s panache for storytelling. Located in the main gathering space in both venues, the interactive play-floor allows children to engage in team play exercises where their movements control the action on the interactive floor.

Both venues offer magical interactions with the animated characters such as Crush, the sea turtle from the Disney•Pixar motion picture “Finding Nemo” and Stitch, the mischievous alien from “Lilo and Stitch.”  The characters chat, play and joke with children in live, unrehearsed conversations from their digital undersea and intergalactic environments via 103-inch plasma screens.   

Living Characters

Also in Disney’s Oceaneer Club and Disney’s Oceaneer Lab youth areas, Disney characters come to life and interact with children in one-of-a-kind experiences. On a 103-inch screen, Crush, the animated sea turtle from the Disney•Pixar motion picture “Finding Nemo,” or the mischievous animated alien Stitch make scheduled appearances to chat, play and joke with kids in live, unrehearsed conversations.

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Chill-Out Zones for Tweens and Teens


disney's tween club Edge

Located inside the forward funnel is Edge – the lounge just for tweens (ages 11 to 13).  This tween pad is filled with a multitude of hi-tech entertainment including the ability to create and star in photo postcards and video karaoke using green-screen technology.


Teens have their own exclusive club aboard the Disney Dream with Vibe – a trendy and inviting indoor/outdoor space created especially for guests ages 14 to 17. 

disney's teen club Vibe

A “teen-only” swipe card provides access to the nearly 9,000-square-foot club. Teens can create and edit videos, play computer games, access the onboard social media application or try their hand at spinning and mixing dance tracks. Teens have their own private outdoor deck area with chaise lounges for sunbathing, two wading pools, misters and pop jets for cooling off, and deck games such as Ping-Pong and foosball.

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Disney Dream

disney dream

Disney Cruise Line combines technological innovations and imagination to create a whole new level of magical experiences for families sailing on the Disney Dream. Throughout their cruise vacation, guests will encounter unexpected magic – such as a restaurant that transports guests under the sea, artwork that magically comes to life and youth clubs filled with immersive gaming environments and personalized character encounters. A first-of-its kind water coaster sends guests racing above the upper decks of the ship. An animated turtle engages children in conversation about life in the ocean. And, a sophisticated lounge where the sun sets over the skyline of a different world-famous city each night.  

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News Notable Rooms
Itinerary Dining Venues
CDC Ratings Outdoor Venues
Deck Plan Kid's Program
Adults Only  



Launched: 2010

Maiden Voyage: Jan 2011


GRT: 128,000

Length: 1,115 ft.

Draft: 26 ft.

Speed: 22 Knots

Passengers: 4,000


Disney Cruise Line accommodations were specifically designed with families in mind. Every room features art deco touches harking back to the cruising era of the 1920s and 1930s. Rooms feature teak accents, crown mouldings, and original artwork.

Standard Stateroom Amenities

Queen-size bed or 2 twin beds, a single convertible sofa, and upper-berth pull-down bed. Remote-control flat screen TV, ample closet space, cooling box, in-room safe, phone with voice-mail messaging, individual climate control, iPod docking station, couch, desk, chair, privacy curtain, porthole mirror, and privacy curtain to partition the room. A full bath with vanity, hair dryer, tub, and shower.

Stateroom sizes

Inside 184 - 214 Sq. ft.
Ocean View 203-241 Sq. Ft.
Verandah 246 - 304  Sq. ft. w/veranda
Suite 614 - 1029  Sq. ft. w/veranda


A magical porthole includes real-time views of the seas and animated Disney characters. The Deluxe Interior has a spilt bath to allow multiple people to use the facilities.

Ocean View

The Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom features a designated area to watch TV and movies on a comfortable couch that converts to a bed. Ocean view staterooms have portholes with views of the sea. The Ocean view family category has a full bathroom with a vanity, sink and full tub/shower, and a half bath with a vanity, sink and toilet. Most of these staterooms have round tubs with a built-in seat, a rain-style shower and a hand-held showerhead—perfect for bathing children. The Deluxe family porthole is accompanied with a seating area for gazing out to sea.


Navigator verandahs are typically smaller than other verandahs. One bathroom includes a vanity, sink and full tub/shower, while the half bath has a vanity, sink and toilet. The space includes deck lights, child-proof locks, railings covered in plexiglass, and patio furniture. The Deluxe Family Verandah has round tubs with a built-in seat, a rain-style shower and a hand-held showerhead—perfect for bathing children.

Concierge Suites

In addition to verandah amenities , concierge guests receive pre-arrival services like booking onboard amenities and shore excursions. Guests have access to the onboard concierge lounge where complimentary food and beverages are served all day. The concierge sundeck is a private area to soak up the sun's rays and relax in a secluded area. Guests receive other upgraded amenities like afternoon canapes, fruit, and cookies, a media library, and personal robe and slippers.

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Dining Venues

Disney Cruise Line continues its innovative rotational dining concept onboard the Disney Dream with elaborately themed restaurants, distinctly Disney touches, and world-class cuisine to create a magical dining experience.  Throughout the cruise, guests “rotate” through three different restaurants for dinner – with their servers accompanying them, providing guests with friendly, familiar, personalized service each night. 

$= Specialty restaurant, surcharge applies

Animator's Palate

The restaurant design is that of a classic animation studio filled with character sketches, maquettes (three-dimensional character models), paint brushes, colored pencils and other tools of the animation trade. Scenes and characters from popular Disney•Pixar films adorn the walls. Once the dinner service begins, however, the dining room begins a magical transformation as scores of wall-mounted LCD screens switch to scenes of a vivid undersea environment.  While dining, Crush, the surfer-dude sea turtle from Disney•Pixar’s “Finding Nemo,” makes a special appearance, swimming around the restaurant and engaging in live impromptu interactions with guests.  


Indoor/Outdoor casual dining restaurant located aft on Decks 11 and 12. At breakfast and lunch, Cabanas boasts the finest in made-to-order dining; at dinnertime, the restaurant is transformed into a table-service dining room serving Main Dining specialties.

Royal Palace

Elegant restaurant inspired by the classic Disney films "Cinderella," "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," " Beauty and the Beast" and "Sleeping Beauty." The restaurant serves continental and French cuisine.

Enchanted Garden

Whimsical casual restaurant inspired by the gardens of Versailles and featuring a dining environment that magically transforms from day to night.

Preludes Lounge

A good meeting lounge outside the Walt Disney Theater serving beverages and snacks. Only open during live show performances.

Eye Scream and Fro Zone

Choose from 2 quick-service venues conveniently located near Donald's Pool on Deck 11. Eye Scream Treats offers soft-serve ice cream and Frozone Treats whip up fresh fresh smoothies sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Flo's Café

Flo's Café, located near Donald's Pool on Deck 11 aboard the Disney Dream. With 3 unique stations themed after popular characters from the Disney"Pixar film Cars—Luig''s Pizza, Tow Mater's Grill and Fillmore's Favorites—this quick-service option serves a variety of delicious dishes.

Palo ($)

The 130-seat, Adult Exclusive restaurant located on Deck 10, Aft that boasts Northern Italian cuisine for dinner nightly, in addition to brunch on 4-night and longer cruises, and high tea on 7-night and longer cruises. Reservations are required and can be made online or upon boarding the ship. $25 per person for lunch and dinner.

Remy ($)

Disney's first-ever premier dining option. With French-inspired, gourmet cuisine by two award-winning chefs, Remy melds classic and contemporary styles in a sophisticated new dining concept exclusively for adults on the Disney Dream.

disney's Remy dinging room

Dinner at Remy is a lavish and leisurely affair, starting with a signature chilled Champagne cocktail made tableside, followed by eight to nine small courses complemented by a stellar wine list. Polished touches at Remy include a tableside trolley for serving international cheeses, decanting stations for wines, and post-prandial coffee service including French press and grand crème. $75 per person.

On cruises four days or longer, Remy hosts a Champagne Brunch for $50 per person.

The private Chef’s Table dining room

The dining room seats 16 and offers a glimpse into the kitchen. The room is furnished with rich “Ratatouille”-inspired décor – bold red carpet, chairs and drapes with touches of gold, opulent chandeliers, and scenes of Paris on the walls. The private Chef’s Table dining room has its own entrance to the kitchen to allow the chefs easy access, and offers a special multi-course menu.

Glass-walled wine room

Room with seating for up to 16 guests amid more than 900 bottles of wine including a fine rare selection of Old World wines balanced with a solid selection of New World wines. Once dinner is booked and guests are on board, they are invited to meet with a sommelier in Remy’s wine room to taste and pre-select their wines for the evening.

Room Service

Disney Cruise Line Room Service available 24 hours a day, for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Snacks are also available throughout the day and night. On the final night of your cruise, Room Service is available until 1:30 a.m. 

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Notable Rooms

Enchanted Art

Throughout the Disney Dream, guests will encounter Enchanted Art that immerses guests in Disney storytelling in a completely new way. Appearing as traditional framed art, Enchanted Art magically comes alive when guests pause to admire the artwork. Guests may see new and different animations each time they come back and visit the Enchanted Art pieces.

Virtual Porthole

The Disney Dream carries on the spirit of innovation with a cruise industry first for all inside staterooms. Virtual Portholes offer a “window” to the world with a real-time view outside the ship. High-definition cameras placed on the exterior of the ship feed live video to each Virtual Porthole. The live video feed corresponds to the stateroom location – with a view to port, starboard, forward or aft.


Dance club located on Deck 4, Aft in The District section on the Disney Dream, is a butterfly-themed hotspot celebrating all styles of music. During the day, Guests of all ages can partake in a number of fun-filled games and activities; while at night, adults are invited to dance, enjoy a mixed drink or sing karaoke.

District Lounge

Lively bar located on Deck 4, Aft in The District area aboard the Disney Dream, is an intimate nighttime spot with an attractive modern design. During the day, Guests of all ages can enjoy a variety of refreshing beverages; while at night, adults are invited to mingle over mixed drinks.


Bar located on Deck 13, Forward aboard the Disney Dream, is a sunny spot with a scenic view where Guests can sit back and relax while sipping a refreshing cocktail.

Bon Voyage

Bon Voyage, a relaxing lounge located on Deck 3, Midship aboard the Disney Dream, is a cozy bar where families can enjoy a refreshing beverage or snack throughout the day.


Intimate Lounge and private party space on deck 14 atop the forward funnel.

Vista Café

Café/bar bar located on Deck 4, Midship on the Disney Fantasy, is a charming onboard venue where Guests can enjoy coffee and a pastry in the morning and a pre- or post live show cocktail at night.

Buena Vista Cinema

The Buena Vista Theatre, a large-sized theatre located at Decks 4 and 5, Midship on the Disney Fantasy, is a chic cinema that screens first-run movies and digital 3-D films, and features plush stadium-style seats, a giant movie screen and advanced projection with Dolby sound.

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Outdoor Features


Stretches 765 feet in length - more than two and a half times the length of a football field - and spans four decks in height. Guests slide 13 feet over the side of the ship in a translucent "swing out" loop allowing them to look down on the ocean 150 feet below. Guests experience coaster-like thrills as high-powered water jets push them upwards and forwards at 20 feet per second. AquaDuck continues through the forward funnel, encounters a 335 foot stretch of river rapids and splashes down to an end on Deck 12.


Sunny bar located on Deck 12, Aft aboard the Disney Dream, is a breezy spot where Guests of all ages can relax with a chilled beverage

Nemo’s Reef

Little ones discover oceans of fun at this fanciful water-play area overflowing with pop jets, bubblers and lovable underwater friends like Nemo, Dory, Marlin and other favorites from the Disney•Pixar film, “Finding Nemo.” 

disney's nemo's reef

Shaded for protection from the sun and featuring a soft wet-deck surface, the 1,500-square-foot Nemo’s Reef is a place for children to cool off and play among colorful, interactive figures that move and spray water. Children will delight as they splash alongside Nemo swimming in a sea anemone, glide down a pint-sized water slide shaped like Mr. Ray and frolic near Pearl the octopus who “inks” herself with a mist of water. Kids can even get soaked in a water curtain that undulates back and forth like the EAC (East Australian Current).  Nemo’s Reef is surrounded by a glass enclosure, with a main guest entrance and a wheelchair-accessible entrance.

Donald's Pool

A place for families to gather and enjoy all of the activities up on deck. Overlooking Donald Pool is the giant Funnel Vision LED screen – more than 30 feet wide and 18 feet high – showing Disney films and other live broadcast events. A retractable floor extends over the pool, providing an ideal dance floor for deck parties.

As an added convenience for parents with children of different ages, Donald Pool, Mickey Pool and Nemo’s Reef are all located within the same vicinity, on deck 11 between the forward and aft funnel.

Goofy’s Sports Deck

On Goofy’s Sports Deck, the magic tees off on deck 13 with Goofy’s Golf – a miniature golf course where “lessons” featuring Goofy and his son, Max, lead guests through nine themed holes of wacky fun. Each hole offers special golf instructions – with a goofy twist. Lessons include:
• “Handling a dog leg” – Guests avoid a fire hydrant and use Pluto’s dog bone to guide them to the hole.
• “Stuck in the rough” – Goofy shows golfers how to avoid the tall turf and steer clear of a lawn mower.
• “Reading the green” – Stacks of books and a large magnifying glass are obstacles to circumvent on this undulating green.
• “Attacking the green” – Yo ho, yo ho! Golfers and landlubbers take a swashbuckling approach to sinking their putt on this pirate-themed hole.

Guests can choose to use the Goofy or Max tee on each hole, offering twice the fun. Family-friendly competitions and tournaments will keep the excitement on par while quirky golf clubs, some crooked and bent, will challenge golfers to stay on course. Goofy and Max may even swing by to interact with guests and offer some tips on club selection, stance or just goofing around.

Also on Goofy’s Sports Deck, two digital sports simulators provide a variety of virtual game experiences such as soccer, tennis, basketball, golf and more. With the simulators, guests can kick, swing and throw, participating in favorite high-action sports without the hassle of chasing the ball.

Max’s Courts are two mini-sized sports courts for little ones to enjoy soccer, basketball or group play. There’s full-court basketball that may also be transformed into a mini soccer pitch or volleyball court, plus table tennis and foosball tables. A walking track rings Goofy’s Sports Deck.

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