Disney Cruises Unveils Its New Ship


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Disney Cruise Line’s sixth ship, Disney Treasure, will join the fleet in 2024, and Peter Pan was on hand at the recent D23 Disney Fan Expo to assist unveil the ship’s details. On stage at the Anaheim event, the crew revealed the ship’s name and other unknown information to the audience by playing a smart concept film in which the famous character flies over the ship.

Disney Parks, Experiences, and Products Chairman Josh D’Amaro announced that the Disney Treasure will have a brand-new theme, unlike anything Disney Cruise Line has done before and that the theme of adventure.

Inspired by Walt Disney’s love of exploration, it is intended to serve as a platform for “epic experiences that immerse guests in some of the company’s most legendary stories.”

“A treasure is at the core of every journey, and we can’t wait for you to make memories aboard this wonderful ship,” D’Amaro added.

The Grand Hall, he said, will radiate adventure, inviting guests to seek all the treasures on board from the moment they set sail, and will draw on real-world influences from Asia and Africa, as well as pay homage to the far-away land of Agrabah from Walt Disney Animation Studios’ classic tale, “Aladdin.”

The Disney Cruise Line distinctive atrium figure statue will represent Aladdin, Jasmine, and the Magic Carpet sailing out into the sunset towards “a whole new world of adventure.”

As a follow-up to the Disney Wish, which sailed away in July, this ship is expected to arrive in 2024. The second of three brand-new vessels scheduled for delivery by 2025 will provide 1,254 guest cabins.

Meanwhile, in late October 2023, Disney Cruise Line will begin offering “Disney Magic at Sea” trips to passengers in Australia and New Zealand. The ship is the final stop on these unique cruises, designed to provide local customers with an unforgettable experience inspired by their favourite Disney, Pixar, Marvel, and Star Wars films.

Through February 2024, the Disney Wonder will set sail on “Disney Magic at Sea” trips from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Auckland. These cruises range in length from two to six nights.

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