Disney Dream to Undergo Significant Drydock Updates

Disney Dream

The Disney Dream will undergo significant upgrades when it enters drydock in Europe later this year.

According to Disney Parks Blog, the Disney Cruise Line vessel will have revamped youth spaces, a new funnel suite, a refreshed spa and new dining options.

The refurbishment will take place after the Disney Dream finishes its current summer deployment in Europe in late September.

Following the Disney Wish, the ship will get a duplex funnel suite.

The Dream Tower Suite will be created inside the vessel’s forward funnel, paying homage to the Disney Dream’s stern character and themed to the classic Walt Disney Animation Studios film, “Fantasia.”

Features to be added to the space include art deco motifs, celestial-inspired designs and a chandelier reminiscent of a scene from the movie.

The Disney Dream will also have a new Concierge Lounge inspired by the Disney Animation film, “Hercules,” and Mount Olympus.

Other new features include a refreshed check-in room and additional treatment rooms at the ship’s spa, as well as a new Mexican cantina restaurant.

The youth areas onboard will also undergo refreshments, with Edge, the tween club for guests aged 11-14, moving to Deck 5.

The space will also debut new features, including access to an outdoor deck with a ball pit and recreational games, and an exclusive club lounge for parties.

Guests aged 3 to 10 will see the creation of a new Marvel-inspired attraction at the ship’s Oceaneer Club.

The new features will debut ahead of the Disney Dream’s 2024-25 winter program. Sailing from Fort Lauderdale, the 2011-built vessel is set to offer a series of three- to five-night cruises to the Bahamas and the Caribbean.

The program will include visits to both of Disney’s private destinations in the region, Castaway Cay and Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point.

The itineraries are set to be repeated through early 2026.

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