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DCL: More Details About the Disney Fantasy's High-Tech Entertainment (11-29-2011 06:11 PM)
More Details About the Disney Fantasy's High-Tech Entertainment
Disney Cruise Line released additional details about high-tech entertainment elements on the Disney Fantasy, which will enter service in March 2012. Included in the November 29 press release were descriptions of some of the Enchanted Art to be found on the ship. When guests approach these "paintings" hanging in the ship's public spaces, the images will come to life in brief animated sequences. First encountered on the Disney Dream, new Enchanted images on the Fantasy include Daisy Duck as "Pinky," modeled on a famous 1795 portrait by Thomas Lawrence; scenes inspired by the Nutcracker Suite and Pastoral Symphony segments of "Fantasia," and a pair of adjacent paintings where Dumbo and Timothy Q. Mouse fly from one frame to the other. It was also revealed that, in addition to the brand-new "Animation Magic" show in the Animator's Palate dining room, during a second meal in the dining room guests will experience "Undersea Magic," the Animator's Palate show that debuted on the Disney Dream, featuring Crush from "Finding Nemo." Finally, the cruise line identified the cities that would be depicted in Skyline Lounge, a cocktail lounge that is one of the hits of the Disney Dream. Styled after an urban penthouse lounge, sweeping nighttime cityscapes are displayed in the lounge's floor-to-ceiling "picture windows." With a flurry of Pixie Dust, every 15 minutes, the scene shifts to another great city. The Disney Fantasy's urban landscape will include Paris, London, Barcelona, Florence, Athens, Budapest, and St. Petersburg. Paris will be the only cityscape seen on both ships. Posted to the PassPorter News Desk and the PassPorter's Disney Cruise Line Guidebook Update List on 11-29-2011 06:11 PM
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