The Disney Treasure, the sister ship to the Disney Wish, will embark on its maiden voyage on Dec. 21, 2024. While the ship has the same layout as the Wish, many areas have been rethemed.
Disney Treasure’s maiden voyage will be a seven-night Eastern Caribbean cruise from Port Canaveral, Fla., on Dec. 21, 2024, followed by an inaugural season of seven-night itineraries to the Eastern and Western Caribbean from Port Canaveral. Disney Cruise Line Castaway Club members can book a Disney Treasure cruise as early as Sept. 12, 2023, and bookings will open to all guests on Sept. 20, 2023.
Adventure will serve as the architectural and thematic foundation of the newest Disney Cruise Line ship, in honor of Walt Disney’s legendary passion for travel and exploration.
In addition to the return of two Disney Cruise Line restaurant concepts found on the Wish, the Treasure will introduce a brand-new family entertainment restaurant called Plaza de Coco, themed to the Disney and Pixar film, “Coco.”
In addition to three main family restaurants, the new ship will feature quick bites, casual dining, 24-hour room service, specialty treats, gourmet cafes, upscale dining just for adults, and Jumbeaux’s Sweets, inspired by the popular ice cream parlor featured in Disney’s “Zootopia.”
The “Aladdin”-themed Grand Hall atrium will serve as the ship’s most prominent gathering space.
Named for the lioness matriarch from Disney’s “The Lion King,” Sarabi will be a central hub for a multitude of daytime activities and adult-exclusive evening entertainment.
Periscope Pub will be Disney Cruise Line’s first venue inspired by Walt Disney’s 1954 film, “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea,” and the Disney Parks attraction that was open at Walt Disney World from 1971 to 1994.
Skipper Society lounge will be a centrally located outpost that will feature refined nods to the iconic Jungle Cruise attraction at Disney theme parks around the globe.
The staterooms onboard are built with families in mind and feature upscale amenities. Most will include Disney Cruise Line’s signature split-bath concept, and many will offer the option of a connecting door that adjoins staterooms to accommodate larger groups voyaging together – with 451 connecting doors in all. In addition, most of the ship’s 1,256 staterooms will offer an ocean view — including 877 (70 percent) with a verandah.
The concierge-level staterooms and suites will offer an exclusive concierge lounge with a private sun deck. They will feature interiors inspired by the majestic grasslands Simba calls home in Walt Disney Animation Studios’ “The Lion King.”
Four royal suites pay tribute to the feline companions of daring Disney characters. The upscale designs will include the Bagheera Royal Suites, honoring the noble panther from “The Jungle Book” and the lush forests he calls home, and the Rajah Royal Suites, themed to Princess Jasmine’s protective tiger who dwells in the royal palace of Agrabah in the Disney film, “Aladdin.”
Like the Disney Wish, the Disney Treasure is being constructed at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany and will also be powered by liquefied natural gas. At approximately 144,000 gross tons, the Disney Treasure will be slightly larger than the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy.
For more details on all that’s new on the Disney Treasure, read this story from our sister publication, Attractions Magazine. They also have a great story about the Disney Treasure’s theme of adventure and how it relates to Walt Disney.
To book a cruise on the Disney Treasure, contact your travel agent. We recommend Mouse Fan Travel. They can provide you a free quote.