There is a large and well kept fitness center forward of the Dream, and an extensive sports court high above on deck 13.
Forward on deck 11 is a large exercise facility with gorgeous ocean views. Right between the salon and the rainforest spa, this gym is stocked with shiny and new equipment from the Dream’s recent launch. The fitness center has all the latest cardio equipment, weight machines, classes in aerobics, yoga, and Pilates. All classes are free, which was a nice change on a cruise ship, but tipping is expected.
There is a small spinning area too, but not much space to put down your yoga mat should you want to work on your own. Some classes are held outside in the sun on one of the deck areas. When you reach Castaway Island, these classes travel to the beach.
Disney holds seminars in the fitness center too, like lectures on detox for health, weight loss, and acupuncture. Personal training is offered at $75/hour. Reservations for classes, seminars, and personal training are mandatory and can be made in the fitness center after 1pm.
A few bonus perks include showers, lockers, complimentary towels, complimentary water, and changing rooms. You must be 18 or older to use the fitness center.
On deck 13, a wide world of sports awaits you on Goofy’s Sportsdeck from basketball, to volleyball, mini-golf, and a virtual sports simulator. The sportsdeck is one of the highest accessible points on the ship and has some of the best views of the ocean.
The mini-golf course has many levels of difficulty. If you feel like a pro, you can try putting with purposefully crooked or bent club. You can putt from the Goofy or Max tee at each hole, each changing the course and adding to the difficulty. Don’t be surprised if Goofy or Max stop by to offer some tips, or just to mess with your swing.
Looking to shoot hoops, spike a volleyball, or blast a goal during your cruise? Goofy’s Sportsdeck includes a basketball court that can easily be converted into a mini-soccer pitch or a volley ball court. Games are organized by the staff to encourage rigorous competitive gaming.
You can also find some table sports, like foosball and ping pong here, fun for the whole family. And if you’ve slowed down a bit, there is a walking track that circles the entire sports deck with great views providing some low impact exercise.
Basketball, volleyball, and soccer can be played on this convertible sports court.
According to Disney, Goofy and his son Max designed this miniature golf course with nine Disney themed holes. Goofy has scrawled some golfing lessons on plaques hanging around the course, which are actually really funny.
On either side of the sports deck, there are digital sports simulators with a variety of state-of-the-art virtual sports games, like soccer, golf, tennis, ice hockey, and basketball. Realistic graphics and sounds make this a fun afternoon activity, and you don’t have to go searching for the ball if you hit it out of bounds.
On both port and starboard sides of the Dream on the promenade, there are four total shuffleboard courts. The equipment sits right next to the courts making a pickup game quick and easy.