Dream Cruises was set to be launch the largest cruise ship in the world by passenger volume. They had already started constriction when they went bankrupt. So Disney acquired the ship and has named it the Disney Adventure!
Construction of the 208,000-gross-ton ship is projected to be completed at the MV Werften shipyard in Wismar, Germany, under the management of Meyer Werft. But don’t look for it to make its way to America anytime soon. If you want to sail on her, you’ll need to head to Singapore.
Disney Cruise Line and the Singapore Tourism Board are collaborating to homeport Disney Adventure exclusively in Singapore for at least five years beginning in 2025, marking the cruise line’s debut in Southeast Asia. Disney says Singapore was chosen due to its strategic location, world-class air connectivity and port infrastructure. It’s also home to over 40 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Aboard the Disney Adventure, guests will enjoy a collection of spaces and experiences inspired by fantasy, discovery and, of course, adventure. Disney isn’t giving details just yet, but they are saying she will feature innovative Disney experiences along with the dazzling entertainment, world-class dining and legendary guest service.
The ship was originally planned to have a roller coaster on it, but there’s no word if Disney is keeping those plans. More details about the maiden voyage and onboard experiences will be announced at a later date.
When she is ready to sail, we recommend booking through Mouse Fan Travel at mousefantravel.com.