WATCH: 'Disney Magic' cruise liner arrives in Dublin Port

The ship is 300 metres long with over 2,700 passengers and 950 cast and crew

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Disney Magic makes maiden call to Dublin Port | Image: Conor McCabe Photography

Almost 3,000 passengers have arrived in Dublin on the maiden voyage of the cruise ship 'Disney Magic'.

The ship's passengers were greeted by a 'Game of Thrones' inspired entertainment spectacle on the quayside in Dublin Port - featuring music, drummers, dancers, entertainers, with Irish hounds and handlers.

Dublin is the only Irish port of call for 'Disney Magic' as part of a 12 night transatlantic cruise.

It started off from Port Canaveral, Florida and will finish in Dover, England.

Dublin Port says the selection of the capital as its chosen destination in Ireland highlights "Dublin’s growing international reputation as a marquee destination for cruise tourism".

Disney Cruise Line joins a long list of the world's largest cruise lines choosing to routinely call to the port.

This ship will visit Dublin again on June 13th.

The ship's art deco interior features specially commissioned paintings, sculptures and woodwork - as well as rare animation cells from the Disney archive.

All images: Conor McCabe Photography

It also has Disney-inspired dining, theatre, leisure and entertainment facilities.

At 300 metres long with over 2,700 passengers and 950 cast and crew, 'Disney Magic' is at the upper limit of Dublin Port's operational limit on ship length.

These passengers are loving it on board.