Disney Cruise Line Transforms Guest Areas

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The Star Wars: Millennium Falcon aboard the Disney Infinity.
Star Wars: Millennium Falcon about the Disney Dream.

This fall, Disney Cruise Line will be transforming guest areas throughout the Disney Dream.

Enhancements include two new interactive youth areas, one will be Star Wars-themed and the other Disney Infinity. The Star Wars: Millennium Falcon area in Disney’s Oceaneer Club, open to ages 3 to 12, is a play area inspired by the spacecraft from Star Wars, where children can sit in the cockpit and pilot the spaceship through different locations around the galaxy. This area will also include Star Wars-themed crafts, games, and activities. Children will also be able to watch Star Wars Rebels, a Disney XD animated series on a large screen and enjoy gaming stations. The Disney Infinity Toy Box area, also in the Oceaneer Club, features a high-tech interactive space based on the video game. Children will enjoy virtual experiences, a life-sized Disney Infinity Base will set the stage for kids to take the part of characters for group games, and an interactive floor will allow kids to be immersed in the Toy Box. A sweet shop, Vanellope’s Sweets & Treats, serving handmade gelato and the Bibbidi Bobbido Boutique will open after the Disney Dream undergoes dry dock Oct. 4-24, 2015.

For the adults, Deck 13 forward will include a new water feature, Satellite Falls, which is a circular splash pool with benches and a gently falling rain curtain.

These upgrades to the Disney Dream will debut on the Oct. 26 4-night voyage from Port Canaveral sailing to the Bahamas and Castaway Cay. For more information, call (888) 325-2500, or visit disneycruise.com.