Where Is The Disney Dream Right Now?
- Jason Spencer
AIS indicated 1 minute ago that the current position of DISNEY DREAM was reported to be in the North West Atlantic Ocean with coordinates of 25.51372 North and 79.99005 West.
Where is Disney Dream now?
The Disney Dream is now travelling around the East Coast of the United States (coordinates: 28.35890 North, -80.52008 West) while on her way to the US PCV-US PCV. It’s been 6 minutes since the AIS location was recorded. The Disney Dream, which was constructed in 2010, is Walt Disney’s third (Dream-class) liner. Her sister ship, the Disney Fantasy, was also completed in 2010. (2012).
What is Disney Dream’s current position?
On its way to the US PVCBS GOC, the Disney Dream is now located in the coordinates 26.0662 North and -77.82161 West.
Is the Disney Dream still in service?
This article focuses on the cruise ship that was taken. Disney Dreams! is the name of the show that can be seen in Disneyland Paris.
|Disney Dream departing Port Canaveral, Florida in September 2016.|
|Owner||The Walt Disney Company|
|Operator||Disney Cruise Line|
|Port of registry||Bahamas|
|Ordered||February 22, 2007|
|Builder||Meyer Werft, Papenburg, Germany|
|Cost||US $900 million|
|Laid down||August 19, 2009|
|Launched||October 30, 2010|
|Sponsored by||Jennifer Hudson|
|Christened||January 19, 2011, Port Canaveral|
|Acquired||December 8, 2010|
|Maiden voyage||January 26, 2011|
|Identification||IMO number : 9434254 MMSI number : 311042900 Callsign : C6YR6|
|Status||in active service|
|Notes||Captain Thord Haugen (1998 – Present)|
|Class and type||Disney-“Dream”-Class|
|Displacement||65,298 t (64,267 long tons; 71,979 short tons)|
|Length||1,114.7 ft (339.8 m)|
|Beam||121.4 ft (37.0 m)|
|Height||217 ft (66 m)|
|Draft||27.3 ft (8.32 m)|
|Decks||18 (14 Passenger)|
|Installed power||3 × 12-cylinder MAN diesels turning 3 × 14.4 MW (19,300 hp ) generators 2 × 14-cylinder MAN diesels turning 2 × 16.8 MW (22,500 hp) generators|
|Propulsion||2 × 23 MW (31,000 hp) Converteam Propulsion Motors 2 × 5 blade inward-turning fixed-pitch propellers|
|Speed||22 knots (41 km/h; 25 mph) (service) 24.7 knots (45.7 km/h; 28.4 mph) (maximum)|
|Capacity||2,500 passengers (double occupancy) 4,000 passengers (maximum)|
The third cruise ship to be operated by Disney Cruise Line, which is a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company, is called the Disney Dream. The Dream class begins with her as the first member. She now offers cruises to the Bahamas that are three days, four days, and on occasion five days in length.
How many people can the Disney Dream Hold?
The Disney Dream in Numbers – The Disney Dream was initially constructed in 2010 and will undergo refurbishment in the year 2020. It has the capacity to transport 3,500 people in addition to 1,400 crew members. The Disney Dream sets sail from Port Canaveral and the Port of Miami, and the normal journey for the ship takes between three and five days, beginning at its homeport and ending in either the Bahamas or Mexico. The standard inside stateroom is 169 square feet in size and is designed to accommodate anywhere from two to four passengers. There is either one queen-size bed or two twin beds in these rooms, in addition to a convertible sofa. A pull-down bed from the wall is included in several of the cabins.
- The Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom is 204 square feet in size and can accommodate two to four passengers thanks to its queen-size bed, two twin beds, and one single bed that converts into a couch bed.
- In certain cabins, there is a bed that pulls down from the wall.
- Depending on the deck you are on, there is a tiny aperture that provides an obscured and restricted view of the sea.
The Deluxe Family Oceanview Stateroom is 241 square feet in size and can accommodate between two and five passengers. This room may be configured with either one queen-size bed or two twin beds, in addition to a single couch bed. A huge porthole window with an ocean view is included in some of the cabins, in addition to a pull-down bed in the wall or an upper berth pull-down bed.
- Included in the Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Navigator’s Verandah’s total square footage of 246 feet is a veranda (which is just a fancy word for balcony).
- There is either one queen-size bed or two twin beds in addition to a single convertible sofa in this room type.
- Some rooms also feature an additional pull-down bed in the loft area.
The Deluxe Family Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah is 299 square feet in size, has a verandah, and can accommodate up to five passengers in one queen-size bed, two twin beds, or one single bed that converts to a sofa bed. The Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah is 246 square feet in size, including the balcony verandah, and can accommodate up to four passengers in either one queen-size bed or two twin beds, in addition to a single convertible sofa, and higher pull-down bunk beds. As you can see, whether you are traveling as a couple or with a large family, there are sleeping quarters available that will meet your needs.