Disney Treasure to enter service in December 2024

Disney Cruise Line’s newest ship, Disney Treasure, will set sail in December 2024.

The vessel, which has 1,256 staterooms, will depart on its seven-night Eastern Caribbean maiden voyage from Port Canaveral on December 21, 2024.

That will be followed by a season of seven-night itineraries to the eastern and Western Caribbean.

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Disney Cruise Line Castaway Club members can book a Disney Treasure cruise from September 12, while bookings will open to all guests from September 20.

The cruise line said Disney Treasure is being built “for all sorts of capers and thrills”, and will pay homage to several Disney films, including Aladdin, Zootopia and the Marvel franchise.

Plaza de Coco will be the first theatrical dining experience themed on the film Coco, and will feature dining tables encompassing a theatre in the round.

Sweetshop Jumbeaux’s Sweets, based on the ice cream parlour in Zootopia, will offer more than 20 flavours of gelato as well as speciality treats.

For the first time, Disney Cruise Line will base some onboard venues on its theme park attractions, including the the Periscope Pub, inspired by the 1954 film 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, the Skipper Society lounge, based on the Jungle Cruise ride, and the Tomorrow Tower Suite, inspired by Epcot.

The Grand Hall will act as the “central hub” of the ship, and is based on Agrabah from Aladdin.

Just off the Grand Hall are two cafés: Heihei Café, named after Moana’s sidekick, and Jade Cricket Café, inspired by the lucky bug in Mulan. Both will serve coffee, tea, speciality drinks and snacks.

Additional dining options include a yet-to-be-named Marvel-themed restaurant in Worlds of Marvel, Californian restaurant 1923, Palo Steakhouse, The Rose and Enchante.

Similar to first ship in the Wish-class series, Disney Wish, the new vessel will feature the AquaMouse waterslide with a new story called Curse of the Golden Egg.

Passengers will be able to follow a storyboard of Mickey and Minnie Mouse as they explore the Temple of the Golden Egg while they slide through 760 feet of tubes.

The Walt Disney Theatre will feature a new “Broadway-style” show, which is yet to be announced, as well as performances of Beauty and the Beast and Disney Seas the Adventure.

Sharon Siskie, senior vice-president and general manager of Disney Cruise Line, said: “The Disney Treasure will bring brand new stories to life, blending one-of-a-kind experiences with the extraordinary entertainment, world class dining and unparalleled hospitality that make every sailing so memorable.

“As we chart a course for adventure, we’re so excited for families to discover the excitement and exploration that awaits onboard the sixth ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet.”

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