Disney Dream offers magical collectibles and apparel – in limited supply – for shoppers at sea

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Guests looking to spend a little extra cash while aboard the new Disney Dream cruise ship can expect to find a fairly standard offering of Disney merchandise and collectibles along with a few Cruise Line-exclusive gems.

Three main stores sit just outside the ship’s Walt Disney Theatre, with plenty of apparel, artwork, and yes, duty-free liquor available for purchase.

Sea Treasures:

Sea Treasures storeWhite Caps - Disney Dream shopping

Mickey’s Mainsail:

Mickey's Mainsail storeWhite Caps - Disney Dream shopping

White Caps:

White Caps - Disney Dream shopping

A fourth much smaller store, Whozits & Whatzits, sits between outdoor walkways near the main deck pools, and primarily is good for buying AquaDuck-related merchandise (shirts, mugs, pins, etc.).

Inside the main three shops, there is plenty of Disney Cruise Line clothing to be found:

Disney apparelWhite Caps - Disney Dream shopping

2011 Disney Cruise Line apparelWhite Caps - Disney Dream shopping

Princesses-in-waiting can find their dresses aboard the ship as well:

Disney Princess merchandiseWhite Caps - Disney Dream shopping

Collectors will have no problem finding a few items to take home, such as character statutes (like the Dream’s new Admiral Donald Duck) and trading pins:

Miniature character statues - Disney Dream shopping

Pins - Disney Dream shopping

For the fancier shoppers, long jewelry cases feature watches, pendants, and other accessories:

JewelryWhite Caps - Disney Dream shopping

And right now, during the Disney Dream’s first sailings, there is a variety of inaugural merchandise available:

Disney Dream Inaugural merchandiseWhite Caps - Disney Dream shopping

But shoppers on the Dream should act quickly and visit the stores early on in the voyage, as there is a finite amount of stock available during each trip and the most popular items could sell out before returning to Port Canaveral.

And while at sea, be sure to check the daily Personal Navigator guides for store hours. Stores are closed while the ship is docked at any of the ports of call, but open longer hours when at sea.

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