Disney Cruise Line: Virtual Portholes In Cabins

Remember when you first started cruising decades ago? With a limited budget, your cabin was small and the only view you had was during daytime through that small, round porthole. All you could see was the sea. If you were in an inside cabin, you saw nothing.

Now, with ever-advancing technology, even the lowest inside cabins on cruise ships could offer more enjoyable porthole views. Of course, the scenes are digital, and portray fascinating video of soaring clouds, high mountains, stately sailing ships and sandy beaches.

Now on some, there are animated cartoon and movie characters. Passengers on Disney’s Dream and Fantasy ships will now enjoy inside what they fantasize about picturesque happenings outside.

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