Posted Monday, March 5, 2012 4:51 PM | Contributed by Jeff
The Disney Fantasy, a 130,000 ton, 1,115-foot-long addition to the Disney Cruise Line, arrived at Manhattan’s Terminal’s Pier 88 last week from Germany, where the ship was built. The christening was held on Thursday night. Actor Neil Patrick Harris hosted the evening, leading the ship’s production cast in several song and dance numbers that poked fun at Disney’s over-the top tendencies and commercial prowess.
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I suspect the anti-obesity exhibits won't find their way to the new cruise ship.
I hate cruise ships with black hulls. Looks too old-fashioned.
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“Disney ships are considered among the most attractive cruise ships afloat,” said Dennis Nienkerk, a luxury cruise specialist with Strong Travel Services in Dallas, “reminiscent of true ocean liners of years gone by.”
I love cruise ships with black hulls. Looks nice and old-fashioned. :)
I hate cruise ships with black hulls.
I believe that once they went black...they couldn't go back.
Personally, I like the look. I think I have about another year or two before we try out a Cruise. My 5 year old still is prone to some separation anxiety and if we are going to do it then I want to enjoy some of the adult aspects of the ship as well.Last edited by wahoo skipper, Thursday, March 8, 2012 8:14 AM
They are great ships, but the lack of a casino = RCCL for me.
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