Disney Cruise Line’s newest ship, the Disney Treasure, will bring Walt Disney Animation Studios, Pixar, and Disney Parks stories to life like never before with new locations and redesigned familiar ones. On the Disney Treasure, guests can visit vibrant Mexican plazas, travel meandering rivers, dive underwater, and more.
The Disney Treasure will debut on 21 Dec. 2024, with a seven-night Eastern Caribbean cruise from Port Canaveral, Florida, followed by a season of seven-night Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries. Disney Voyage Line Castaway Club members may book a Disney Treasure voyage on 12 Sept. 2023, and all customers can book on 20 Sept.
Fans may recognise familiar rooms from the Disney Wish, the Disney Treasure’s sister ship, now themed to adventure, inspired by Walt Disney’s passion for travel. Disney narrative is everywhere, with themed rooms and live entertainment inspired by “Aladdin,” “Coco,” and “Zootopia.”
“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 vice president and general manager of Disney Cruise Line. “As we chart a course for adventure, we’re so excited for families to discover the excitement and exploration onboard the sixth Disney Cruise Line ship.”
Brand New Dining & Entertainment Inspired by Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios
Two Disney Treasure destinations will be inspired by Disney and Pixar’s vivid, vibrant worlds.
Plaza de Coco will be the first Disney and Pixar-themed theatre eating experience. This theatre-in-the-round will have dining tables around a central stage and exhibit effects throughout the space. Plaza de Coco will offer two evenings of special gastronomy during the journey.
On the first night, Miguel and his family will assemble at Mariachi Plaza to take guests on a colourful, music-filled trip celebrating family memories and togetherness. Miguel will bring his great-great-grandparents, Hector and Mama Imelda, to Santa Cecilia for a Día de los Muertos celebration on the second night using his magic guitar. Both nights will feature live entertainment and an exquisite Mexican dinner buffet.
Next, Jumbeaux’s Sweets will resemble the ice cream parlour Jumbeaux Café from Disney’s “Zootopia.” Pink furnishings, Victorian-style architecture, and an adorable sculpture of Officer Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde will feed guests comedy and heart by the cone full. Bunnies, elephants, sloths, and foxes may enjoy more than 20 types of homemade gelato, 16 flavours of ice cream and sorbets, speciality delicacies, chocolates, and more.
High Seas Disney Theme Park Adventures
Disney Cruise Line’s Disney Treasure will feature a unique selection of Disney Parks-inspired venues for the first time.
Disney Theme Park Adventures on the High Seas
For the first time, the nostalgia and lore from beloved theme park attractions will come to Disney Cruise Line with a unique lineup of Disney Parks-inspired venues aboard the Disney Treasure.
Skipper Society, a themed lounge near the Grand Hall, will bring Disney Parks’ iconic Jungle Cruise attraction to sea for the first time. The venue’s natural colourways and camp-style furnishings, paired with sly tributes to the trusty, dry-witted skippers, will offer an elevated, playful atmosphere. Guests will discover references to the famous attraction throughout the space, from a whimsical monkey-shaped chandelier to postcards and luggage tags brought back from travels abroad. Beneath a canopy of jungle foliage, guests will indulge in themed cocktails and light snacks and enjoy live entertainment.
Periscope Pub will become Disney Cruise Line’s first venue inspired by the spellbinding adventure of Walt Disney’s 1954 film, “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea,” and the celebrated Disney Parks attraction open at Walt Disney World from 1971 to 1994. The design of the submarine-style interiors will call upon 19th-century steampunk influences with polished metals and industrial touches. A mysterious window into the depths of the uncharted oceans along the ceiling will make guests feel like Captain Nemo on the Nautilus. At the same time, a decorative statement rug in the centre of the space will honour Captain Nemo’s fabled nemesis, the giant squid. This casual venue will be the ideal onboard locale for guests to unwind and watch live sports and news while ordering from a menu of craft brews and light bites.
Embracing the adventures of the future, the Tomorrow Tower Suite will capture the same forward-thinking mindset that inspired the Walt Disney World Resort theme park, EPCOT, with an energetic design. Throughout the suite, dynamic art pieces, molten metal accents and futuristic, colourful glass accents will evoke the distinct atmosphere of EPCOT’s World Discovery neighbourhood. Set high in the ship’s forward funnel; this one-of-a-kind suite will overlook the top deck of the Disney Treasure and glimpse the open horizon through an expansive two-story 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.
Classic Disney Adventures in Familiar Spaces
The Grand Hall will embody the ship’s theme of adventure, with statues and décor that call on the gilded palace and wonder of Agrabah from Walt Disney Animation Studios’ classic tale, “Aladdin.” The space will serve as the ship’s most prominent gathering space and offer dedicated entertainment moments and surprises.
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 brave Disney Princesses, Moana and Mulan. Named for Moana’s trusty sidekick, Heihei Café will echo the scalloped seashells and reflective blue waters of the Southern Pacific Isle of Motunui as portrayed in Disney’s animated feature “Moana.” The venue will feature furniture stylings that pay homage to a traditional construction technique used by the Polynesian people to craft seafaring vessels. Jade Cricket Café, inspired by the classic Disney film “Mulan,” will honour the Fa Family’s “lucky” cricket, Cri-Kee, represented by a jade sculpture on the bar top. From the central moon gate to the plum blossom flowers adorning the walls, symbols of Mulan’s strength, beauty, and heritage will fill the café, while the striking blue walls and metallic counters will be reminiscent of her armour.
Further, Sarabi, a central hub for a multitude of daytime activities and adult-exclusive evening entertainment, will evoke the natural beauty and openness of the savanna where its namesake, the lioness matriarch from Disney’s “The Lion King,” lived.
AquaMouse: Curse of the Golden Egg, Disney Cruise Line’s attraction at sea, will plunge guests into the world of Mickey Mouse animated shorts. Suspended high above the upper decks, powerful jets will propel two-person ride vehicles through 760 feet of winding tubes, offering breathtaking views of the ocean and the ship below. Onboard the Disney Treasure, AquaMouse will introduce a new storyline that follows Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse on a zany misadventure into an ancient temple for a glimpse of the legendary treasure within.
Classic Disney tales of adventure will inspire the artful accommodations aboard the Disney Treasure. The 1,256 staterooms onboard will feature custom artwork and design elements that evoke the exploratory spirit of beloved Disney and Pixar films, including “Aladdin,” “Pocahontas,” “Up,” and “Encanto.” At the same time, the concierge and royal suites will bring to life the incredible character journeys – and some beloved feline sidekicks – from “The Lion King,” “The Jungle Book” and “Aladdin.”
Finally, many Disney Cruise Line favourites will return to the Disney Treasure. In addition to an all-new, yet-to-be-announced stage production coming to the Walt Disney Theatre, “Beauty and the Beast” and “Disney Seas the Adventure” will thrill audiences with tales as old as time. In contrast, the upper decks will come to life with music and fireworks during the swashbuckling Pirate’s Rockin’ Parlay Party. Worlds of Marvel – which will include a new second dining experience with more details to come – and 1923 will round out the family dining rotation, while The Rose, Palo Steakhouse and Enchanté by Chef Arnaud Lallament will continue to wow adults with exceptional views, gourmet meals and delicious beverages. For kids of all ages, Disney’s Oceaneer Club, Edge, Vibe, and It’s a Small World Nursery return provide designated space to let their imaginations run free under the guide of Disney-trained counsellors.