The Disney Company released its first quarter earnings report on Tuesday, February 7, 2012. You can read the written report here(the one where you have to add a million dollars to the numbers in the tables). Theme Park revenues and operating income soared for the last 3 months of 2011. Since the information in the [...]
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Blog written by Emiel and Yvette van Leeuwen On the morning of January 8th, we planned to go to Papenburg Germany to the Meyer Werft shipyard for the float out of the Disney Fantasy. Our day started at 5:00am when the alarm clock went off. To shorten our drive we stayed the night before with [...]
Disney Cruise Line (DCL) announced a brand-new stage show called “Wishes” for the Disney Fantasy. This show will headline the state-of-the-art Walt Disney Theatre, and include 12 musical numbers (one original), 12 Disney characters, 18 puppets, 290 costume pieces, 2 confetti drops, 1 flying aerial stunt, and indoor fireworks… whew. I was part of a [...]
We all love how Disney transforms their parks and resorts for the Holiday season. When vacationing on the Disney Cruise Line during the holidays, guests find that same magical decor! Disney’s newest ship, the Disney Dream, is joining in the festivities for the very first time this week! Guests sailing out of Port Canaveral will [...]
Up, up, up and away! People love to reach higher levels. This is true in life, but not necessarily with physical heights. Raise your hand if you’re afraid of heights. Okay, back on point. This is a Disney blog after all. One of the questions many Disney park enthusiasts ask themselves months before a Disney [...]
A recent post in a thread in the Disney Cruise Line forum of the DISboards found a flier with the 2012 and 2013 itineraries and sail dates for the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy. Guests can book these cruises beginning today, October 18. The Disney Dream will sail 3, 4, & 5 days Bahamian cruises to Nassau [...]
While Americans celebrated the last gasp of summer over the Labor Day holiday, across the Atlantic Ocean, workers in the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany labored to complete Disney Cruise Line’s newest ship – the Disney Fantasy. Continue after the break for Disney’s video of the ship’s bow being set in place.