Yesterday, Disney Parks Blog unveiled new details about Disney Cruise Line’s future ship, the Disney Treasure, which will begin sailing December 2024. The Disney Treasure is a sister ship to the current Disney Wish, with a few theming changes:
- The overall theme of the ship is adventure (vs. enchantment on the Disney Wish)
- The Grand Hall atrium has a darker color scheme with design elements from Asia and Africa featuring Jasmine and Aladdin as the statue
- Sarabi will be the Lion King themed family lounge (replacing Luna from the Wish)
- Plaza de Coco restaurant (inspired by the Pixar film Coco) replaces the Frozen-themed dining room from the Wish
- A Zootopia-themed ice cream parlor replaces the Inside Out themed ice cream parlor from the Wish
- New themed lounges include Skipper Society (Jungle Cruise themed) and Periscope Pub (20,000 Leagues Under the Sea themed)
- The AquaMouse ride will feature a new story line, Curse of the Golden Egg
- A new Broadway musical (still to be announced) will debut on the Disney Treasure
- Staterooms will include artwork from Aladdin, Pocahontas, Up and Encanto
- Concierge rooms will feature The Lion King, Aladdin, The Jungle Book and Tomorrowland
You can see the full reveal video here:
Disney Treasure Itineraries
The Disney Treasure will sail from Port Canaveral to Eastern and Western Caribbean destinations. The inaugural voyage is December 21, 2024. Bookings for the Disney Treasure start in this order:
- Tuesday, September 12, 2023 – Pearl Castaway Club Members
- Wednesday, September 13, 2023 – Platinum Castaway Club Members & Golden Oak Club Members
- Monday, September 18, 2023 – Gold Castaway Club Members, Disney Vacation Club Members and Adventure Insiders
- Tuesday, September 19, 2023 – Silver Castaway Club Members
- Wednesday, September 20, 2023 — Open to the general public
You can see more details about the itineraries on the Disney Cruise Line Blog.
If my kids were younger, I would absolutely be in line to book a cruise on the Disney Treasure. The kids’ clubs and restaurants are hard to beat.
However, when my family sailed on the Disney Wish earlier this year, we didn’t love everything about it. See my review here. I’m afraid we might be outgrowing Disney Cruise Line at the moment.
While the new themed spaces on the Disney Treasure look fantastic, I’m 100% positive that the prices will be astronomical. So, there’s that.
What do you think of the Disney Treasure? Will you be booking a cruise on it?
Nancy lives near Dallas, Texas, with her husband and three kids. Her favorite vacations include the beach, cruising and everything Disney.