Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call LIVE! Guidebook

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Category 7 Staterooms (Dream Class)

Category 7 Staterooms (Dream Class)

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When the Dream was launched, the ship had no Category 7 staterooms. Partway through 2011, the cruise line re-classified more than 80 staterooms on each Dream Class ship. 26 former Category 5 and 6 rooms on decks 5-9 are now Category 7A. While referred to as Navigator’s Verandah/Obstructed View, obstructed view is more appropriate. While the verandahs are full width and depth, with plexiglass-covered railings, either the left-or right-hand end of the verandah is hidden behind metalwork, creating a sheltered alcove. We stayed in one of these rooms (#7022) for the Dream’s Christening. In all regards but this one, these are identical to Category 5 and 6 rooms. While the exact amount of obstruction varies, the photos below are representative.

Looking out an obstructed-view verandah

Seating in an obstructed-view verandah

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