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Name: Disney Fantasy
Owner: Disney Cruise Line
Operator: Disney Cruise Line
Ordered: February 22, 2007
Builder: Meyer Werft, Papenburg, Germany
Yard number: S. 688
In service: 2012 (planned)
Status: Under construction
General characteristics
Type: cruise ship
Tonnage: 128,000 GT (gross tonnage)
Length: 330 m (1,100 ft)
Beam: 37 m (120 ft)

The Disney Fantasy is an upcoming cruise ship for the Disney Cruise Line, part of The Walt Disney Company. The Disney Fantasy will be the fourth ship in the cruise line when it enters service in 2012.

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History

In February 2007, Disney Cruise Line announced that it had commissioned two new ships for its fleet.[1] The first steel-cut, for scrollwork on the ship's hull, took place in March 2009 at the Meyer Werft shipyards in Papenburg, Germany.[2] Later that month, the two ships were named, with the Disney Fantasy set to enter service after its sister vessel, the Disney Dream.[3]

Features

The Disney Fantasy will be basically identical to the Disney Dream, with a design 128,000 GT (gross tonnage),[4] a length of 330 meters and a width of 37 meters. The Fantasy will have 1,250 staterooms.[4] Additional features, such as on-board services and amenities, have not been announced.

Initially, the Disney Fantasy will be based at Disney Cruise Line's terminal at Port Canaveral, Florida.[5] Although no ship-specific itinerary plans have been announced, it is expected that the Fantasy will call on Disney's private Castaway Cay during cruise itineraries in the Caribbean Sea.

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