Disney Dream cruise ship to sail into Liverpool for one day only - what to expect

The spectacular ship will dock in Liverpool, but can spectators see inside?
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Mickey Mouse and the rest of the Disney gang are coming to Liverpool this week, on the iconic Disney Dream ship.

The Disney Dream cruise will stop at Belfast, Greenock (Glasgow and Edinburgh), Liverpool, Ringaskiddy (Cork) and Portland (Stonehenge) as part of its seven-night adventure from Southampton.

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The ship will be sailing between Sunday, September 10, to Sunday, September 17, 2023. Disney fans can see the incredible ship dock in Liverpool on September 14, from 8am. Guests will board the ship at around 5pm.

Including everything you’d expect from a Disney experience, the cruise features live shows, fireworks, movie screenings, interactions with all the famous characters, waterslides and splash zones, kids’ clubs and lots more.

The cruise is pretty expensive, with prices varying depending on the number of guests. For two adults and two young children, an inside room will cost £4915, an oceanview room will cost £5214, a verendah room £5641, and a concierge room £10,823.

Can I see inside the Disney Dream cruise ship?

Unfortunately, spectators from land are not allowed on board without a ticket, and will have to admire the ship from afar.

Will I see fireworks when the Disney Dream docks in Liverpool?

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According to the Disney Cruise website, ‘fireworks illuminate the night on most itineraries’ however, there are no specific details about the trip to Liverpool.

Other ships set to dock in Liverpool in September 2023

  • September 12: Viking Venus
  • September 14: Disney Dream
  • September 16: Hanseatic Spirit
  • September 17: Borealis
  • September 18: Viking Saturn
  • September 20: Norwegian Dawn
  • September 21: Seven Seas Splendor
  • September 22: Europa II
  • September 23: Viking Venus