Disney Cruise Line's Disney Magic at sea
Another of our most recently assigned Cruise Ship Drawings is set to be taken aboard the vessel, where it shall hopefully be present to the Captain.
Our newest and youngest 'Volunteer
@ Sea', Ben is due to sail aboard Disney Cruise Line’s Disney Magic later this year during the early part of August and has generously agreed to present our drawing to the Captain, on behalf of Dream Designs Colchester.
In November 2010 Dream Designs Colchester especially assigned a Cruise Ship Drawing of Disney Cruise Line’s newest ship, the 124,000 tonne Disney Dream. We wrote to Karl Holz, President, Disney Cruise Line, to offer to send our drawing of the vessel to him.
Sometime later in early 2011 we received a response from Disney Cruise Line, on behalf of Karl Holz, President, Disney Cruise Line. We were informed by Disney Cruise Line that unfortunately due to their long established policy, they would be unable to accept our drawing.
The intention of this policy is to avoid any misunderstanding when projects are being created internally or current being worked on which might be similar to submissions made to Disney Cruise Line from outside their company. For this reason, they were unable to accept our offer to send them our drawing of Disney Dream.
However, Disney Cruise Line did acknowledge our accomplishments and wished us all the very best in the future. They also sent us a number of photographs of the Disney Wonder and Disney Magic.
Harry Cotterill, President & Managing Director, Dream Designs Colchester, said:
" Although we acknowledge and appreciate this policy, we hope that the Captain and crew aboard Disney Magic, might give our 'Volunteer @ Sea', Ben the opportunity to present our drawing to the them. However, if we are unable to present our drawing to the Captain or crew aboard Disney Magic, will shall endeavour to find another suitable location for the drawing."
Our ‘Volunteer @ Sea’, Ben shall board Disney Magic in Barcelona, along with his parents on August 6th 2011 and cruise the Mediterranean for 7 nights. During this time we hope that Ben will be lucky enough to have the opportunity to present our Cruise Ship Drawing to the Captain of the 83,000 tonne vessel.
'Volunteer @ Sea', Ben, said:
"It is a pleasure to be one of Dream Design Colchester’s 'Volunteers @ Sea'. I have always been a huge fan of theirs and now to be given the opportunity to represent them by presenting drawings to various ships is an honour. "
" To present the drawing to the Captain and the crew of the Disney Magic will be a unique and exciting experience and a way for us to show gratitude to them as they work so hard."
Harry Cotterill set up his blog when he was just 16-years old, making him one of the youngest cruise bloggers in the world. In later years he became known across the world for his amazing talent of drawing cruise ships!