NEW DBTN Podcast

Have you checked out the NEW Disney Parks Podcast at www.disneyparkspocast.com.

New UPDATE iPhone App

The WDW DBTN FACTS application is now on SALE for $.99 on iTunes

LIKE US on Facebook

Don't forget to LIKE us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/DBTNpage/

The WDW DBTN FACTS application is now only $.99 on iTunes

Disney Dream


Disney Dream General Facts

1/26/2011 is the date of the scheduled maiden voyage

14 decks will be on the Disney Dream cruise ship

1,115 feet long is the length of the ship

125 feet is the maximum width of the ship

187 feet is the height of the ship

26 feet is the size of the ships draft

22 knots is the speed of the speed daemon

121 feet is the length of the beam

85,000 tons is the total weight of the Disney Magic

1,250 state rooms will be on the Disney Dream

150 rooms are inside staterooms which is 12% of the total rooms

1,100 staterooms are on the outside of the ship which is 88% of all rooms

199 staterooms have an ocean view

860 staterooms have a verandah

21 suites are also on the Disney Dream

1,340 guests can be seated in the Walt Disney Theatre


8,708 square feet is the size of the Walt Disney Theatre

399 guests can be seated in the Buena Vista Theatre

5,188 square is the overall size of the Buena Vista Theatre

4,000 passengers can travel comfortably on the Disney Dream

1,458 crew member will also travel on the ship

40% larger than previous ships the new Disney Dream will be

5007 beds will be on the Disney Dream ship, that is 1907 more beds then on the Disney Wonder and Disney Magic

2 decks tall than previous ships is the new Disney dream Ship

696 guests can be seated at the Enchanted Garden restaurant main

14,714 square is the size of the Enchanted Garden restaurant

696 guests can be seated in the Animator's Palate restaurant

13,196 square feet is the size of the Animator's Palate restaurant

696 guests can be seated on the Royal Palace restaurant

13,390 square feet is the size of the Royal Palace restaurant

4,563 square feet is the size of the Palo adult-exclusive fine dining restaurant

2 Concierge Royal Suite with Verandah (Category R) 887 and 898 square feet, sleeps 5 are on the Disney Dream

19 Concierge One-Bedroom Suites with Verandahs (Category T) 536 square feet, sleeps 5. Queen-size bed, living area with double convertible sofa, Murphy
bed, walk-in closet, whirlpool bathtub, rain shower, private verandah, concierge service can be found on the Disney Dream

20 Concierge Family Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah (Category V) 263 square feet, sleeps 5. Queen-size bed, double convertible sofa, pull-down bed,
privacy divider, split bath, round tub, private verandah, concierge service can be found on the Disney Dream

317 Deluxe Family Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah (Category 4-A,B,C,D) 256 square feet, sleeps 4-5. Queen-size bed, single convertible sofa, pull-down
bed, Murphy bed (in most), privacy divider, split bath, round tub, private verandah can be found on the Disney Dream

543 Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah (Category 5-A,B,C,D,E; 6-A,B) 203 square feet, sleeps 3-4. Queen-size bed, single convertible sofa, pull-down bed (in most), privacy divider, split bath, private verandah can be found on the Disney Dream

108 Deluxe Family Oceanview Stateroom (Category 8-A,B,C,D) 241 square feet, sleeps 3-5. Queen-size bed, single convertible sofa, pull-down or Murphy bed
(in most), privacy divider, split bath, round tub, window view, “sit in” porthole seat. Deluxe Family Oceanview Staterooms have a "sit in" porthole window seat can be found on the Disney Dream

91 Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom (Category 9-A,B) 204 square feet, sleeps 3-4. Queen-size bed, single convertible sofa, pull-down bed, privacy divider, split bath, window view can be found on the Disney Dream

19 Deluxe Inside Stateroom (Category 10-A) 200 square feet, sleeps 3-4. Queen-size bed, single convertible sofa, pull-down bed (in most), privacy divider, split bath can be found on the Disney Dream

131 Standard Inside Stateroom (Category 11-A,B,C) 169 square feet, sleeps 3-4. Queen-size bed, single convertible sofa, pull-down bed (in some), privacy divider can be found on the Disney Dream

25 Staterooms equipped for guests with disabilities, in a variety of categories can be found on the Disney Dream

3rd longest cruise ship in the world as of 2010

70,000 eggs are used per week

12,000 pounds of chicken are used per week

5,000 pounds of beef tenderloin are used per week

5,000 pounds of watermelon are used per week

2,000 pounds of shrimp are used per week

1,500 pounds of lobster are used per week

3,000 liters of milk per cruise

14 feet long is the length of Sorcerer Mickey on the stern of the ship

2,500 is the wright of Sorcerer Mickey on the stern of the ship

15,000 miles is the total miles the Sorcerer Mickey traveled from California to Germany

22 feet diameter at the ceiling plate and comes down 13 feet from the ceiling is the dimensions of the Atrium chandelier

24kt gold plated with a total of 88,680 Swarovski crystal beads ranging in size from 6mm to 12mm is all part of the chandelier

80,000 light points on Disney Dream – “double the normal number for a ship this size,” according to Meyer Werft, the shipyard in Germany where Disney Dream was built.(A “light point” is shipbuilders’ lingo for “anything that’s a light.”)

2 huge mosaic walls based on the Disney•Pixar animated feature “Finding Nemo” are showcased in Cabanas casual-dining restaurant on Deck 11.

25 feet wide and more than 8 feet high and contains approximately 194,500 tiles in 200 colors of hand-crafted Venetian enamel is the size of the mosaic walls

9 artists created the mosaics based on Pixar designs depicting the underwater world of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and characters featured in the motion picture.

67 choices of courses are available via simulator on Deck 13. It’s a pay-for-play onboard excursion for which guests need to reserve a tee time. It’s $25 a half hour, $45 an hour.

3 dozen animated characters and objects that may pop by the Magical Porthole are Peach the starfish from the Disney•Pixar film “Finding Nemo,” Dumbo the flying elephant, the house from the Disney•Pixar film “Up” or even Mickey Mouse.

100 wall-mounted LCD screens that switch to scenes of a vivid undersea environment in Animator’s Palate restaurant

16 light pads are located on the perimeter that detect motion and location and trigger actions in the Disney’s Oceaneer Club and Disney’s Oceaneer Lab

28 monitors integrated with one another to create a grid display 15 feet by 15 feet on the center of the PlayFoor in Disney’s Oceaneer Club and Disney’s Oceaneer Lab

AquaDuck

765 feet long is the length of the new AquaDuck on the Disney Dream ship, this 2x the length of a football field

13 feet over the side of the Disney Dream in a translucent “swing out” loop is what guest will experience on the new AquaDuck allowing guests to look down on the
ocean 150 feet below.

20 feet per second is the speed your will travel on the AquaDuck

335 feet is the length of the river rapids on the AquaDuck

46 feet high is the overall height of the ride and is roughly equivalent to 41/2 stories

10,000 gallons of water are pumped per minute to propel guests through the attraction

150 feet above the ocean's surface is the loop that extends over the edge of the ship is about

20 feet per second is how fast the High-powered water jets accelerate guests upward and forward on the AquaDuck

3 portholes in the tween club provide silhouetted views of AquaDuck riders as they pass through the funnel

48 inches is the minimum rider height requirement for AquaDuck