Disney Cruise Line has announced their newest ship will homeport in Singapore for five years beginning 2025.
Once complete in 2025, the yet-to-be-renamed ship will be the eighth vessel on the DCL fleet, and Disney’s largest cruise ship by a significant margin over DCL’s three new Triton class vessels, which includes the 2022-built Disney Wish, the planned 2024 completion of the Disney Treasure, and the planned 2025 completion of ‘Global Dream.’
Disney said in a statement that the new ship would feature innovative experiences, dazzling entertainment, world-class dining and legendary guest service.
Guests of all ages will find dedicated spaces and activities designed specifically for them. Families can create unforgettable memories with beloved Disney & Marvel characters such as Captain Mickey Mouse and Captain Minnie Mouse, Disney Princesses, Marvel Super Heroes and more.
Disney Cruise Line estimates the passenger capacity of the 208,000-gross-ton ship to be approximately 6,000, with around 2,300 crew members.
It is expected to be among the first in the cruise industry to be fuelled 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 same company that built the Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy and Disney Wish and is constructing two additional Wish-class ships.
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