Disney Treasure, the sixth ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet, will set sail in 2024

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Posted: Monday September 12, 2022 8:48am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Announced D23 Expo yesterday, the sixth ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet, the Disney Treasure, will set sail in 2024.


According to Disney, "Imagineers have dreamed up a new design concept inspired by the theme of adventure, celebrating Walt Disney's lifelong love of exploration."

The Grand Hall—the three-deck-tall atrium that welcomes guests on board—is inspired by the grandeur and mystery of a gilded palace, drawing on real-world influences from Asia and Africa and paying homage to the far-off land of Agrabah. At the center, the signature statue will feature Aladdin, Jasmine, and their Magic Carpet.

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raymusiccity6 days ago

I think there's a fair amount of people that enjoy walking over to the 'Straw Market' and get a positive feeling of having visited another 'country'. :cool:

peter1143511 days ago

Did they say the theme of the 3rd?

CaptainAmerica11 days ago

Bonus: I'll never have to fly to Miami again.

ToTBellHop11 days ago

This and the 3rd ship have more of interesting themes (to me). But we shall see execution.

Andrew C11 days ago

Shoulda went nuclear.

Vipraa11 days ago

Port Everglades has the ability to fuel LNG. Cruise terminal 4 has facilities that can handle all of Disney’s ships.

CaptainAmerica11 days ago

Ours were two CC but also still had Nassau. But Nassau was being so strict with what unvaccinated kids under 5 were allowed to do so we just stayed on the ship.

EOD K911 days ago

We did the DVC cruise in 2018 for 5 nights with two stops at CC and no Nassau. It was great!!

CaptainAmerica11 days ago

Very few. There were a ton during COVID (I think because Key West stopped accepting cruise ships) but only 6 schedule for 2023. I did two this year and it's basically the greatest thing ever.

CaptainAmerica11 days ago

Isn't Disney getting purpose-built facilities in Fort Lauderdale for just this reason?

ChuckElias11 days ago

Yes, sorry. I was talking about the 3/4 nights.

Rlandrigan11 days ago

All the new ships are LNG fueled, which means they'll need the facilities at Port Canaveral, so yes

SplashZander11 days ago

Correct. The 7-day itineraries almost never stop in Nassau. Usually only the 3-4 day cash cows.

Andrew C11 days ago

I may be reading this wrong but there are many DCL itineraries that stop at Castaway but not anywhere else in the Bahamas...