Disney Dream The third ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet embarked on its maiden voyage on January 26, 2011, after a christening on January 19. At 130,000 tons, the ship is much larger than its predecessors, with 14 decks, a ship length of 1,115 feet, and a maximum width of 125 feet. There are 1,250 staterooms, with a capacity of 4,000 passengers and 1,458 crew members. Innovations include Magical Portholes, which offer a real-time view of the world outside for inside cabin passengers, interactive floors in the children’s club, and the AquaDuck, the first water coaster at sea, which allows guests to swoosh up, down, around, over the edge of the ship, and back before making a splash landing. There is a new fine dining restaurant, Remy, offering French culinary delights. Admiral Donald presides over the lobby with a bronze statue. Construction on the Disney Dream had begun with a ceremony at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany, on March 2, 2009.