Our recent podcast was a review of the new Disney Fantasy by travel agent, Debra Gordon. Deb was kind enough to share pictures from her voyage of some of the places and new features she reviewed on the ship. First, is the new addition to the adults-only area, Satellite Falls. This space on the Dream is pretty much wasted, so it is interesting to see something as technical as a television satellite utilized in a unique way for guests.
The pool deck on the Disney Fantasy has two waterslides: the smaller one for children, and the AquaDuck (seen on the far left) which is the first water rollercoaster at sea, debuted on the Disney Dream and returns on the Fantasy.
Another new feature on the Disney Fantasy is the AquaLab, a water play area featuring Donald's nephew's: Huey, Duey and Louie. While Nemo's Reef on the Dream and Fantasy is for the smaller set, this play area is designed with older kids and tweens in mind.
The nightclub area has been newly designed as Europa, and features bars which represent a variety of European countries. England is represented with "The Tube", themed as the British Underground and features subway handles, backlit menus and phone booths to dance in.
Ooh La La is the French-themed nightclub and champagne bar, and is decked out in plush cushions and sumptious fabrics.
Other bars include La Piazza, the Italian themed nightclub and O'Gills Irish Bar, as well as Skyline which features a changing cityscape every 20 minutes of various European skylines. Bathrooms near Europa feature oddly designed stalls, colorful mosaics and a reflective ceiling to watch out for.
Although not mentioned on the podcast, I thought you might like pictures of the new teen pool area.
And the cabanas on Castaway Cay...
I'll leave you with a shot of the beautiful atrium which perfectly showcases the classy style of Disney's ships.