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New Disney Dream features magical water-coaster
Two big features are getting a lot of attention, the AquaDuck on-board water coaster and Magical Portholes on inside cabins.
Taking advantage of Disney's vast theme-park experience, the line custom designed an attraction worthy of land-based parks especially for the new ship. The AquaDuck water coaster will sweep guests on a 765-foot high-speed flume ride with uphill acceleration and a swing-out loop letting them look down to the ocean 150 feet below, all in about a minute.
From the "Why didn't I think of that?" department, Magical Portholes make standard inside staterooms something special. High-resolution cameras stream live digital video to each stateroom, reflecting the scene outside.
Look for Mickey and friends to swim by the porthole of each cabin from time to time too.
Currently on her way across the Atlantic and heading to Port Canaveral, Florida, new Disney Dream is the first of two new ships from the line with sister-ship Disney Fantasy scheduled to sail in 2012.
Photo courtesy Disney Cruise Line