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Which is Which? Disney Fantasy vs. Disney Dream

Attractions aren’t the only things that add bright color to Disney Parks during the evening hours – entertainment elements, like the Main Street Electrical Parade also brighten up the night. Read more about the MaBefore her Maiden Voyage on March 31, we told you about several of the differences between the Disney Fantasy and her sister ship, the Disney Dream. And if you’ve had the chance to sail on both ships, I’m sure you’ve been able to discover some yourself.

But what about the magical touches not as easy to spot? There are plenty, and we want to put you to the test to see who can tell us which design details are from which ship.

Is it the Disney Fantasy or the Disney Dream? The answers are posted below:

1. A. Disney Fantasy / B. Disney Dream
2. A. Disney Dream / B. Disney Fantasy
3. A. Disney Dream / B. Disney Fantasy
4. A. Disney Fantasy / B. Disney Dream
5. A. Disney Fantasy / B. Disney Dream
6. A. Disney Fantasy / B. Disney Dream

1. ATRIUM CHANDELIER

Which is Which? Is This on the Disney Fantasy or the Disney Dream

A.

Which is Which? Is This on the Disney Fantasy or the Disney Dream

B.

2. LOBBY STATUE

Which is Which? Is This on the Disney Fantasy or the Disney Dream

A.

Which is Which? Is This on the Disney Fantasy or the Disney Dream

B.

3. LOBBY MOSAIC

Which is Which? Is This on the Disney Fantasy or the Disney Dream

A.

Which is Which? Is This on the Disney Fantasy or the Disney Dream

B.

4. ROYAL DINING ROOM

Which is Which? Is This on the Disney Fantasy or the Disney Dream

A.

Which is Which? Is This on the Disney Fantasy or the Disney Dream

B.

5. STERN CHARACTER

Which is Which? Is This on the Disney Fantasy or the Disney Dream

A.

Which is Which? Is This on the Disney Fantasy or the Disney Dream

B.

6. BOW DESIGN

Which is Which? Is This on the Disney Fantasy or the Disney Dream

A.

Which is Which? Is This on the Disney Fantasy or the Disney Dream

B.

Vintage Walt Disney World: The Disney Wonder Debuts

Today back in 1999, the Disney Wonder arrived at Port Canaveral for the first time after leaving Italy. Below is a shot of the ship pulling into port behind its sister ship the Disney Magic.

Disney Wonder arrives at Port Canavera

As the second ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet, the Disney Wonder has many unique features that distinguish it from the other ships, including the Ariel statue in the atrium, Triton’s restaurant, Route 66, and Donald and Huey on the ship’s stern.

Disney Wonder

This year, the Disney Wonder voyaged to Hawaii for the first time, made its first call to Seattle and soon will depart for cruises to the Caribbean from Miami in December. That’s a lot of firsts for this classic Disney Cruise Line ship!

Disney Fantasy Moves a Step Closer to Reality with Final Building Block in Place

disney_fantasy_83555_orig-640x497The final building block for the newest Disney Cruise Line ship, the Disney Fantasy, was put into place on Sept. 3, 2011, at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg. Signaling completion of a major milestone in the ship’s overall construction, the final block was a 260-ton portion of the ship’s bow, complete with the signature Disney Cruise Line golden filigree.

Once all 80 building blocks of the Disney Fantasy are in place, the focus shifts to outfitting the interior spaces that include the whimsical children’s spaces, dynamic adult venues, spectacular restaurants and elaborate theaters.

Sister ship to the Disney Dream which entered service in January 2011, the Disney Fantasy will feature new design elements and guest experiences that give the ship an identity all its own, including:

  • “Animation Magic” dinner show that celebrates the magic of Disney animation and allows families to create characters that “come alive” and interact with classic Disney characters in animated films.
  • Europa — a nighttime entertainment district exclusively for adults with sophisticated bars and trendy lounges inspired by European travel.
  • Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique salon, where aspiring young princesses and pirates receive the full fairy tale treatment with pixie-dusted and pirate makeovers.
  • New main stage entertainment at the 1,340-seat Walt Disney Theatre, including “Disney’s Aladdin — A Musical Spectacular” — a Broadway-style production featuring the cast from the classic animated Disney film “Aladdin.”

The 4,000-passenger Disney Fantasy will sail week-long Caribbean cruises from Port Canaveral, Fla., with its maiden voyage scheduled for March 31, 2012.

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