Dream On

Written by  Nina Hemphill Reeder


One the most exciting new ways to see the Caribbean is with Disney’s latest addition to its cruise line fleet—the Disney Dream. Hanging out poolside is always fun, but there’s plenty more to do while at sea aboard the 14-deck, 4,000-passenger ship.

 


The Dream holds the first-ever water coaster; two theaters for movies and live performances; a running track; a spa; and an array of dining options, including two adult-only fine dining restaurants, Palo and Remy, which considerably raise the standard for cruise cuisine. And while Disney is known to cater to children—there’s daycare for tykes and a lounge just for the teens—the Dream also accommodates its adult passengers with nightclubs, bars and other exclusive areas on the ship just for the grown-ups.


But all the fun doesn’t stop onboard. The Dream’s three-, four- or five-night cruises, departing from Port Canaveral, Fla., dock at Nassau and Castaway Cay, where Disney animates its 1,000-acre private Bahamian island with water slides, water sports, games and outdoor dining for kids of all ages (disneycruise.disney.go.com).

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