If you’re hoping to set sail on a Disney Cruise Line vacation soon, there are plenty of new options to explore!
You could plan a cruise on the new Disney Wish or wait until the Disney Treasure makes its debut. Next year, Disney will even be opening a NEW private island! But now the cruise line has announced some new destinations that we’re pretty excited about!
In collaboration with the Singapore Tourism Board, Disney Cruise Line has announced new voyages to Southeast Asia, which will be the first time the cruise line has had destinations in that area.
Under a recently signed Memorandum of Understanding, Disney Cruise Line and Singapore Tourism Board agreed that Singapore will be the homeport for a brand-new Disney cruise ship beginning in 2025. More details about the maiden voyage, itineraries, and onboard experiences will be announced in the future.
“This is a very exciting year for The Walt Disney Company — 2023 marks our 100th anniversary,” Disney Parks, Experiences, and Products Chairman Josh D’Amaro said. “As part of this, Disney Cruise Line is currently undergoing an ambitious expansion with new ships and new destinations around the world. We are incredibly excited to make Singapore the home port to our seventh-launched ship, which will sail from here year-round starting in 2025.”
“We look forward to welcoming the magic of Disney Cruise Line to Singapore in 2025,” said Keith Tan, Chief Executive, Singapore Tourism Board (STB). “This is an important milestone for STB and reflects Disney Cruise Line’s strong confidence in Singapore and Southeast Asia. The new Disney cruise ship will be an attraction itself and is expected to boost the tourism sector in Singapore for many years to come.”
It’s estimated that the ship will have a passenger capacity of about 6000 with around 2300 crew members. It’s expected that this ship will be among the first in the industry fueled by green methanol, one of the lowest emission fuels available.
“Construction is projected to be completed at the MV Werften shipyard in Wismar, Germany, under the management of Meyer Werft, the Papenburg-based company that built the Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy and Disney Wish and is constructing two additional Wish-class ships.”
We’ll make sure to keep you updated once more details are announced about this arrangement, so stay tuned to AllEars!
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