Branding and merchandising are right in Disney’s wheelhouse. They don’t miss a chance to hock their wares on the Dream.
If you absolutely need a princess dress or a pirate costume, Disney has you covered at Mickey’s Mainsail. You can purchase a whole bunch of Disney branded gear, including toys and stuffed animals, a sunk cost if you brought the kids.
Luxury goods are sold at Whitecaps on a duty-free basis. Jewelery, leather goods, sunglasses, fragrances, deluxe brands and Disney fashion. You can also buy cigarettes and liquor, but you cannot drink the liquor on the ship, it will be delivered to your room on the last night of the cruise.
Boring! You can buy some grown up attire here, but what does that have to do with Disney cartoons and constant fun?
This is a great place to pick up an extra pair of flip flops, a bathing suit, suntan lotion or a magazine to read topside.
Frequent art auctions are held at Vistas Gallery, as well as art history lectures, and trivia sessions. There is quite a bit of Disney art here for the enthusiasts on board.
This photo gallery sells photographs of your trip in CD photo packages, photo books, and has a schedule of the available character photo opportunities.
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