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.
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I recently returned from a cruise on Disney Cruise Line’s newest ship, the Disney Dream! I was very excited for this cruise since we would be on the first cruise after the Maiden Voyage. I had followed the construction progress for months via the Meyer Werft website in Germany but seeing her in person would [...]
Post writen by Emiel and Yvette van Leeuwen As promised two weeks ago, we got in our car and drove to Papenburg again last Friday, November 12th, to watch the Disney Dream being towed 26 miles from Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany to Eemshaven in the northern part of The Netherlands. We arrived at Meyer [...]
“The ship is ready for prime time!” exclaimed Walt Disney Imagineer Frank de Heer, VP of New Ship Development. Large-scale construction on the Disney Dream is finished, and the shipbuilders move onto the final finishing phase of the ship before it sails to the United States. Thousands of spectators and media, including friends of the DIS Unplugged [...]
Post writen by Emiel and Yvette van Leeuwen Today is going to be a very busy day. We knew that right when we woke up in the morning. October 30, 2010: the day the Disney Dream will be floating out of the dock at Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany.