Disney Dream Photos; Cruise Ship Fuel Consumption

cruise ship Disney Dream

Disney Dream

This week our primary focus is the Disney Dream of Disney Cruise Lines. The Dream was the third ship built for Disney. But while she maintained the traditional ocean liner look of Disney’s two earlier ships, she is a much larger ship. In addition, she was built at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany, which is known for its quality.


The Disney Dream sails from Port Canaveral to the Bahamas on three, four and five day Bahamas cruises. As a result, I have run across her several times during Bahamas cruises on other ships.


These meets have afforded me the opportunity to take quite a few exterior pictures of Disney on Disney Dream. Inasmuch as she has the lines of a traditional ocean liner, she is quite photogenic.


Thus, we have a photo essay showing Disney Dream in Port Canaveral. http://www.beyondships2.com/disney-dream-port-canaveral-photo-essay.html


We also have a photo essay showing the ship maneuvering in Nassau harbor. http://www.beyondships2.com/disney-dream-nassau-photo-essay.html


To go along with this photo essay, we have a video of the ship underway in Nassau. http://www.beyondships2.com/disney-dream-nassau-video.html


In addition to the material on Disney Dream, we have a new FAQ. This one answers the question how many miles to the gallon does a cruise ship get? The answer discusses cruise ship fuel consumption and some of the techniques that cruise lines are using to reduce fuel consumption. http://www.beyondships2.com/faq-cruise-ship-fuel-mileage.html


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