Rendering of Disney Treasure, setting sail Dec. 2024

New details about DCL’s sixth ship, Disney Treasure, as bookings set to open

CELEBRATION, FL — A new video showcasing new details about Disney Cruise Line’s sixth ship, Disney Treasure, went live yesterday on the Disney Parks Blog.

Viewers got a glimpse of several new concepts for the vessel, including themed spaces and live entertainment inspired by Aladdin, Coco, Zootopia and more.

Disney Treasure will embark on its maiden voyage, a seven-night Eastern Caribbean cruise from Port Canaveral, FL 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.

“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,” said Sharon Siskie, Senior VP and General Manager, Disney Cruise Line.


Here’s a look at some of the highlights …

  • Brand new dining and entertainment, inspired by Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios and debuting on Disney Treasure, includes Plaza de Coco, the first theatrical dining experience themed to the Disney and Pixar film Coco. The theatre-in-the-round entertainment venue will feature dining tables surrounding a central stage, with performances and show effects that will spread throughout the room. Passengers can look forward to two different nights of unique dining experiences at Plaza de Coco during their voyage.

    Aladdin and Jasmine figure prominently in Disney Treasure’s Grand Hall (rendering)

  • Disney Treasure’s sweetshop, Jumbeaux’s Sweets, will be reminiscent of the popular ice cream parlor, Jumbeaux Café, from the bustling mammal metropolis featured in Disney’s Zootopia. All are welcome to indulge in more than 20 flavours of handmade gelato, 16 flavors of ice cream and sorbets, specialty treats, candies and more.
  • Skipper Society, a themed lounge near the Grand Hall, will bring Disney Parks’ iconic Jungle Cruise attraction to sea for the first time.
  • Periscope Pub will become Disney Cruise Line’s first venue inspired by the Walt Disney’s 1954 film, ‘20,000 Leagues Under the Sea,’ and the much-loved Disney Parks attraction that was open at Walt Disney World from 1971 to 1994.
  • Disney Treasure’s Tomorrow Tower Suite will capture the same forward-thinking mindset that inspired the Walt Disney World Resort theme park, EPCOT, with an energetic design. Set high in the ship’s forward funnel, the one-of-a-kind suite will overlook the top deck of the Disney Treasure and the open horizon through an expansive two-storey window. With nearly 2,000 square feet of living space, the Tomorrow Tower Suite will comfortably sleep eight guests and feature areas for eating, sleeping and playing, as well as other perks like a full kitchen and private ensuite elevator.

    Disney Treasure’s Plaza de Coco dining and entertainment venue (rendering)

  • The Grand Hall will embody the ship’s theme of adventure, with statues and décor drawing inspiration from Walt Disney Animation Studios’ feature film, Aladdin. Just off the Grand Hall, two casual walk-up cafes will serve a selection of coffee, tea, specialty beverages and snacks, with new themes that draw inspiration from two Disney Princesses, Moana and Mulan: Heihei Café, named for Moana’s sidekick; and  Jade Cricket Café.
  • Sarabi will serve as a central hub for daytime activities and adult-exclusive evening entertainment, evoking the natural beauty and openness of the savanna where its namesake, the lioness matriarch from Disney’s “The Lion King,” lived.
  • Disney Treasure will also offer AquaMouse: Curse of the Golden Egg, Disney Cruise Line’s own attraction at sea. The water attraction is suspended high above the upper decks, propelling two-person ride vehicles through 760 feet of winding tubes, offering breathtaking views of the ocean and the ship below. Sister ship Disney Wish also offers AquaMouse, while Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream have AquaDuck, and Disney Magic has AquaDunk.
  • Disney Treasure’s 1,256 staterooms feature custom artwork and design elements from Aladdin, Pocahontas, Up and Encanto, while the concierge and royal suites will bring to life character journeys from The Lion King, The Jungle Book and Aladdin.
  • Disney Treasure will also feature a long list of Disney Cruise Line favourites including “Beauty and the Beast” and “Disney Seas the Adventure” at the Walt Disney Theatre (along with an all-new, yet-to-be-announced stage production); Pirate’s Rockin’ Parlay Party; Worlds of Marvel; 1923; The Rose, Palo Steakhouse and Enchanté by Chef Arnaud Lallament. For kids of all ages, there’s Disney’s Oceaneer Club, Edge, Vibe and It’s a Small World Nursery.
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