Photos: First Look at the New Disney Fantasy Cruise Ship

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The Disney Fantasy's three-deck elegant atrium lobby is the first space passengers will see when they board.
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The lobby decor is Art Nouveau-influenced, with fanciful metal work, gold Disney character friezes and a giant gold-plated crystal chandelier. A statue of Mademoiselle Minnie will overlook the scene.
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Shipyard workers put finishing touches on the Royal Court, where the design scheme is influenced by "Snow White," "Cinderella," "Sleeping Beauty" and "Beauty and the Beast."
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Proof the Disney Fantasy is very much still a construction site.
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Satellite Falls is a new wading pool with a waterfall feature for adults only. You can grab a drink at a nearby bar to enjoy while dipping in the water.
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The Disney Fantasy has two state-of-the-art theaters, both equipped to show first-run and 3-D movies. In The Walt Disney Theatre, Broadway-style shows will include the new musical "Wishes."
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In the Oceaneer Club, younger kids can get active in a "Toy Story"-influenced playroom.
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Innovative Magic Play Floors (in the Oceaneer Club and Oceaneer Lab), let kids ages 3-10 play games while following Disney characters around the room.
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In the private dining room at the adults-only "Remy," guests can dine in a space that re-creates the setting of the movie.
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Above the adults-only pool is a new family wading pool and shaded areas for those who want to lounge away from the sun.
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Disney Fantasy boasts an Aqua Duck water coaster, a 765-foot long ride above the ship's top decks (under the construction material is the main pool area).
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Interior cabins feature "magic" portholes with virtual ocean views and appearances by animated Disney characters.
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Our writer gets an inside look at Disney's newest cruise ship, Fantasy.

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