Dream Partnership of Royalty

What’s in a name? If the name is DreamWorks, just split it. The “Dream”…”Works.” As far as Royal Caribbean cruise ships are, it sure does.

Last week, Shrek and Madagascar and Kung Fu Panda expanded their families. Or maybe Royal Caribbean expanded its family.

The first time the famous DreamWorks characters appeared on a cruise ship, it was Oasis of the Seas. That was in 2009. Last year, along came the identical twin to the Oasis, Allure of the Seas. Since the sea-faring siblings were identical, that meant DreamWorks was on board.

Then Royal Caribbean extended the agreement with DreamWorks to include Liberty of the Seas and Freedom of the Seas, it’s next-biggest ships. And as of last week, Voyager of the Seas was added to the list, as the fifth Royal ship on which you can rub shoulders with Shrek.

Five ships down, 17 to go.

Does DreamWorks work? You think?

Carnival Sensation
4 nights
January 15, 2012
Port Canaveral (return) to Bahamas
Inside $189

Interested in a “free” cruise? Check out our colleague Phil Reimer’s blog at portsandbows.com.

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