Disney Cruise Line is due to expand its fleet with 3 new ships and offered a sneak peek of what they will look like.
The cruise company unveiled an artist's impression of the new design, which includes bright red funnels with Mickey Mouse prints. The vessels' bows will be black with ornate gold features.
The newbuilds are scheduled for deliveries (one unit per year) in 2021 (Wish), 2022 (TBN) and 2023 (TBN). Each of them will have a gross tonnage of approx 140,000 and around 1,250 passenger staterooms.
Disney Chairman & CEO Bob Iger revealed the new designs at the annual shareholders meeting of The Walt Disney Company in January. It is just one of the few details Disney has revealed about the newest additions.
Disney Cruise Line has promised that the newbuilds will offer "more innovation, new technologies, spectacular entertainment and more Disney stories and characters than ever before".
Disney's voyages depart from ports in the USA (California, Florida, New York, and Texas) with itineraries to the Bahamas, Caribbean, and other sunny destinations.
From August 2019 guests can expect roundtrip itineraries from homeport Dover UK.