Posted Friday, February 25, 2011 12:13 PM | Contributed by Jeff
The new Disney Dream has a water ride, the AquaDuck, that propels guests through a clear tube that loops out over the edge of the ship. It has two interactive game floors that parents want to play on. too; a 3-D theater that screens Disney films; "virtual portholes" in windowless cabins that stream real-time views of the ocean; "enchanted art" that comes to life when someone walks by; a spa for teens; video screens where Crush from "Finding Nemo" has two-way conversations with kids over dinner, and a dance club where teens can be the deejay.
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Surprised they haven't installed a Dumbo clone or other famous simple Disney ride.
Long live the Big Bad Wolf
Aehm, the reason the ships do so well is because they are NOT Disneyland.
I'm sorry, but please explain because that doesn't really make sense to me. How would putting in a classic Disney themed flat be a bad thing? The Carousel on the new Royal Caribbean ships seem to do pretty well...
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