Disney Cruise Line’s new ship will feature a lot of the same areas as its sister ship, Wish. But there’s also a lot of new areas coming to the Disney Treasure next year. Here’s everything that’s new (that we know about so far). Themed spaces and live entertainment will be inspired by “Aladdin,” “Coco”, “Zootopia,” and theme park attractions such as Jungle Cruise and 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
The Disney Treasure will embark on its maiden voyage, a seven-night Eastern Caribbean cruise from Port Canaveral, Fla., on Dec. 21, 2024, followed by an inaugural season of seven-night itineraries to the Eastern and Western Caribbean from Port Canaveral.
The Treasure is themed to adventure, inspired by Walt Disney’s love of exploration. Let’s take a look a the brand new dining and entertainment inspired by Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios:
Plaza de Coco Restaurant
Plaza de Coco will be the first theatrical dining experience themed to the Disney and Pixar film, “Coco.” Taking place in the same venue where the Frozen Arendelle dining area is on the Wish, this theater-in-the-round venue will feature dining tables surrounding a central stage, with performances and show effects that will spread throughout the room. Guests will enjoy two unique shows on two different nights during their voyage on the Disney
The story of Miguel and his familia will continue where it left off on screen as they gather in Mariachi Plaza to take guests on a colorful, music-filled journey that celebrates family memories and togetherness with a dinner menu of modern twists on traditional Mexican fare and a lineup of live entertainment. Families will be invited to join Miguel, his parents, Enrique and Luisa, and Abuelita Elena for a festive gathering that honors the heritage of music and love that runs deep in the Rivera family.
Families will gather for a second night of food and entertainment at Plaza de Coco, where Miguel will reunite with his great-great grandparents, Hector and Mama Imelda, by transporting them to the town square in Santa Cecilia with the help of his magic guitar. Together, Miguel and his ancestors will celebrate Día de los Muertos – Rivera family style, with a unique lineup of memorable songs from the film.
Zootopia Ice Cream Shop
Jumbeaux’s Sweets, will be reminiscent of the popular ice cream parlor, Jumbeaux
Café, from the bustling mammal metropolis featured in Disney’s “Zootopia.” Surrounded by playful pink interiors, Victorian-style architecture and an endearing sculpture of Officer Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde, guests will be served humor and heart by the cone-full. From bunnies and elephants to sloths and foxes, all are welcome to indulge in more than 20 flavors of handmade gelato, 16 flavors of ice cream and sorbets, specialty treats, candies and more.
This area is themed to Pixar’s “Inside-Out” on the Disney Wish cruise ship.
Jungle Cruise Lounge
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 colorways and camp-style furnishings, paired with sly tributes to the trusty, dry-witted skippers who lead world-famous tours across “treacherous” waterways, will offer an elevated, yet playful atmosphere.
In this open area, which is themed to “Princess and the Frog” on the Disney Wish, guests will discover references to the famous Jungle Cruise attraction throughout the space, from a whimsical monkey-shaped chandelier to postcards and luggage tags brought back from travels abroad. Beneath a canopy of untamed jungle foliage, guests will indulge
in themed cocktails and light snacks and enjoy live entertainment.
Nautilus 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Lounge
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 former Magic Kingdom attraction that was 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 throughout. A mysterious window into the mythical depths of the uncharted oceans that spans part of the ceiling will give guests a chance to feel like Captain Nemo on the Nautilus, while a decorative statement rug in the center of the space will be embroidered with a bold print to honor Captain Nemo’s fabled nemesis, the
This casual venue will be an ideal locale for guests to unwind and watch live sports, news and major broadcast events while ordering from a menu of craft brews and light bites.
Don’t let the name fool you, the Tomorrow Tower Suite on the Disney Treasure isn’t themed to Tomorrowland, but to the vision of the future seen at Epcot. This funnel suite will feature dynamic art pieces, molten metal accents, and futuristic, colorful glass accents will evoke the distinct atmosphere of Epcot’s World Discovery neighborhood.
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 sleep eight guests and feature designated areas for eating, sleeping and playing, as well as other perks like a full kitchen and private ensuite elevator.
Aladdin Main Lobby Area
The main lobby of the Disney Treasure, AKA the Grand Hall, will embody the ship’s theme of adventure, with statues and décor that call on the gilded palace of Agrabah from Walt Disney Animation Studios’ “Aladdin.” The space will serve as the ship’s most prominent gathering space and will offer its own dedicated entertainment moments and surprises.
Just off the Grand Hall on higher decks, two casual walk-up cafes will serve a selection of coffee, tea, specialty beverages, and snacks. With brand-new themes, these “environments “bars” draw inspiration from two Disney Princesses – Moana and Mulan – and celebrate their adventures in all-new ways.
Named for Moana’s trusty sidekick, Heihei Café will echo the scalloped seashells and reflective blue waters of the storied Southern Pacific Isle of Motunui as its 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 honor the Fa Family’s “lucky” cricket, Cri-Kee, who will be 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 can be found throughout the café’s design. The striking blue walls and glimmering metallic counters will also be reminiscent of Mulan’s armor.
Lion King Activity Area
Sarabi will be the central hub for daytime activities and adult-exclusive evening
entertainment. This area (known as Luna on the Disney Wish) will evoke the natural beauty and openness of the savanna where its namesake, the lioness matriarch from Disney’s “The Lion King,” lived.
New ‘Slide’ Show
AquaMouse: Curse of the Golden Egg, Disney Cruise Line’s own attraction at sea, will plunge guests into the world of Mickey Mouse animated shorts. Just like on the Wish, 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 an all-new storyline that follows Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse on a zany misadventure into an ancient temple. Guests will journey with the pair as they embark on a tour of mysterious ruins for a glimpse of the legendary treasure within and encounter a series of hilarious mishaps and booby traps that take the trek in unexpected directions.
The two original cartoons on the Disney Wish will also be available on certain days on the Treasure. Curse of the Golden Egg will also be added to the Disney Wish as some point too.
Finally, the artful accommodations aboard the Disney Treasure will be inspired by classic Disney tales of adventure. The 1,256 staterooms onboard will feature custom artwork and design elements from “Aladdin,” “Pocahontas,” “Up,” and “Encanto,” while 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.”
More to Come
There’s one area announcement still to come. The area on the Wish that houses the Star Wars: Hyperspace Lounge will have a new theme on the Disney Treasure, but it hasn’t been announced yet. Rumors say it may be a Haunted Mansion lounge, but a Marvel, or other theme is still a possibility.
We also haven’t heard anything about the Disney Uncharted Adventure interactive game that’s on the Wish. Will it be the same game on the Treasure, a new one, or something else?
We also know a new broadway-type show is coming to the Walt Disney Theater, but we don’t know what it will be. We do know “Beauty and the Beast” and “Disney Seas the
Adventure” will be in the show lineup with the new show.
The Worlds of Marvel restaurant will feature two unique shows for each of the two nights guests will be dining there. One will be the Ant-Man and the Wasp show from the Wish, but we don’t have any details about the new show. From clues on the box sent to us as a teaser by Disney, it may more heavily involve Spider-Man.
All the other areas of the ship we haven’t mentioned will have similar designs as on the Disney Wish. The kids rooms, buffet, pools, and other restaurants and lounges, etc. will be pretty much the same theme and design as on the Treasure’s sister ship, Wish. Here’s some of the area which will be the same as on the Wish:
• 1923 restaurant
• Worlds of Marvel restaurant (plus one new show)
• Walt Disney Theater (plus one new show)
• Hero Zone
• Wonderland Cinema
• Neverland Cinema
• AquaMouse (plus one new show)
• Toy Story Splash Pad
• Quiet Cove
• Palo Steakhouse
• Enchanté by Chef Arnaud Lallement
• The Rose Lounge
• Senses Spa
• Marvel Super Hero Academy
• Fairytale Hall
• Walt Disney Imagineering Lab
• Star Wars: Cargo Bay
• Mickey and Minnie Captain’s Deck
Also like the Disney Wish, the Disney Treasure is being constructed at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany and will also be powered by liquefied natural gas. At approximately 144,000 gross tons, the Disney Treasure will be slightly larger than the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy. A third unnamed sister ship is also planned for a future date, but that one hasn’t yet started construction.
Disney Cruise Line Castaway Club members can book a Disney Treasure cruise starting Sept. 12, 2023, and bookings will open to all guests on Sept. 20, 2023. To learn more about Disney Cruise Line visit disneycruise.com/treasure, or contact your travel agent. We recommend Mouse Fan Travel for a free quote.
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