Disney Treasure

Specifications of Disney Treasure

Year built2024 new ship
BuilderMeyer Werft (Papenburg, Germany)
ClassDisney TRITON
Building costEUR 960 million (USD 1,1 billion)
Speed24 kn / 44 kph / 28 mph
Length (LOA)341 m / 1119 ft
Beam (width)41 m / 135 ft
Gross Tonnage144000 gt
Passengers2476 - 3466
Crew1555
Passengers-to-space ratio42
Decks15
Cabins1238
Decks with cabins10
Sister-shipsDisney Wish, Disney 2025
Christened bytba
OwnerThe Walt Disney Company (via Disney Magic Co Ltd)
OperatorDisney Cruise Line (via Magical Cruise Co Ltd)

Disney Treasure Review

Review of Disney Treasure

The 2024-built DCL Disney Treasure cruise ship is The Walt Disney Company's second in a series of all three newbuilds (currently on order or under construction). The Disney ship Treasure was originally scheduled for launch and inauguration in 2022. However, due to Coronavirus-related issues (shipyard closures, supply chain disruptions, financial loses), the boat's introduction was postponed for 2024-Q3.

MS Disney Treasure is DCL fleet's 6th vessel. The other two units from this series (TRITON-class sisterships) had their launches and deliveries also postponed - from 2021 to 2022 (Disney Wish) and from 2023 to 2025 (Disney tbn). The TRITON-class is very similar (as size/volume and capacity) to the sisterships Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy. The new boats are planned for year-round deployment in the Caribbean and Florida-homeported - in PortMiami (Disney 2025) and Port Canaveral (Disney Wish, Disney Treasure).

Like all DCL ships, the Disney Treasure vessel (IMO 9834741) will be Bahamas-flagged (MMSI tba) and registered in Nassau.

MS Disney Treasure is Aladin-themed - after the main character in Disney's "Aladdin" animation by Walt Disney Studios. The musical fantasy comedy film was produced by WDAS-Walt Disney Animation Studios and released in 1992 by Walt Disney Pictures/Disney Live Action.

History - construction and ownership

DCL-Disney Cruise Line is a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company (shipowner). The company was incorporated in 1996 as "Magical Cruise Company Ltd". Walt Disney also owns the Bahamian private island Castaway Cay (exclusive port of call - for Disney ships only), an exclusive Cruise Terminal at Port Canaveral (Orlando) Florida USA and the exclusive Lighthouse Point (privately-developed cruise resort complex on Eleuthera Island, Bahamas). Disney cruises are marketed as "family vacations" and feature unique and exclusive activities, such as costumed Disney Characters, adults-only deck areas, dedicated facilities for teens, kids and infants-toddlers, signature (trademarked) shipboard facilities and activities, themed live entertainment.

MS Disney Treasure cruise ship

In early-March 2016, Walt Disney announced plans to build three new liners (the company's largest) and in July 2017 signed a 3-unit shipbuilding agreement with Meyer Werft Gmbh (Germany). Triton-Class vessel's interior design, facilities and cruise itineraries are still a well-protected secret. What is known so far is that they will be LNG-powered (by liquefied natural gas), gross tonnage 144,000 GT tons (larger than the originally announced 135,000 GT) and passenger capacity 2500 (1250 staterooms). This design is only slightly larger than the previous Disney Dream-Class.

 

The 3500-passenger ship Disney Treasure primarily targets the "family with kids cruising" market and specifically the families with children younger than 8, which is The Walt Disney Corporation's major revenue provider.

The TRITON-class Disney Treasure features some of the most innovative technologies and "best fun" ideas at sea, including:

  • pieces of "Enchanted Art" adorning the walls of hallways - paintings and pictures that are actually framed LCD screens with a technology to recognize guests present and proceeding with one of several animations;
  • wave phones in every stateroom (used to call or text other guests) and effectively replacing the old onboard beeper system (now the counselors' messages come directly to the parents' phones);
  • the Magical Portholes on the walls of all Inside cabins (LED screens showing real-time outside views).

The company's clientele consists almost entirely of North American travelers (USA and Canada). Disney's new approach to teens and young couples features age-related activities and limited access to shipboard venues, adding a really strong appeal for multi-generational cruisers.

Onboard dress code is similar to Disney's luxury resorts - daily casual and evening resort casual - men with jackets (no ties) and pants, women - with summer dresses (optional gowns). All Disney Triton-Class ship cruise itineraries include one "pirate night" and one semi-formal night. On 3-day cruises, one night is casual, 4-days are with 2 casual evenings, on 5-days and longer - 3 nights are casual.

DCL's shipboard gratuities are now USD 14.50 per person per day (US$15.50 per Suite guest daily). Tips are generally given to waiting staff (including assistant waiters) and cabin attendants/stewards. Additionally, a 15% gratuity on all beverages is automatically charged to the passenger's shipboard account.

Decks and Cabins

MS Disney Treasure staterooms (1238 total, in 26 grades) are mainly midship-located Balconies. All cabins and suites are well planned and equipped with the travel industry's latest amenities. Like on all Disney ships, passenger staterooms by sizes are ranked among the industry's largest standard cabins, designed to easily accommodate four people. Cabins are with ample storage space, lounge/living area and split bathrooms (1 room with shower-bathtub-sink-WC, and separate toilet-sink). Beds on are raised to allow underbed storage for 2 medium-sized suitcases. Each cabin has as standard amenities 2 mirrored vanities with chairs, 22-inch smart HDTV (satellite reception, infotainment system), iPod docking station, 2 rechargeable "Wave Phones" (for shipwide use).

The boat has 15 passenger-accessible decks, of which 10 are with cabins. There are a total of 35x wheelchair-accessible cabins for passengers with disabilities or reduced mobility.

DCL's innovative Inside Cabin features (industry's first) "Magical Portholes" - large, round-shaped LCD screens (positioned above the beds) projecting real-time outside views provided by the ship's cameras. Veranda Cabin's balcony is fitted with 2 deckchairs and a low table.

Concierge Suites and Concierge Family Cabins offer direct access to the ship's concierge-served facilities (1 small lounge, private sundeck area with chairs, free food and drinks). Most 1-Bedroom Suites are with connecting doors, Queen bed (convertible to twins), sitting/lounge area with double sofabed, 1 pull-down bed (in the living room), walk-in closet, 2 bathrooms (one with a whirlpool hot-tub).

One of the largest accommodations are the Royal Suites, featuring a separate living room, wet bar, kitchenette (small cooking/dining area), media library, outdoor/balcony Jacuzzi.

The "Treasure Tower Suite" is DCL's (and the industry's) second-of-its-kind loft suite (following the Wish Tower Suite on MS Disney Wish) integrated in the forward funnel/smokestack.

The unique passenger accommodation is sized 1965 ft2 (183 m2), with max capacity 8 passengers, and interior design themed on Walt Disney's 3D animation film "Moana" (2016). The Treasure Tower Suite features 2x master bedrooms, 4x full bathrooms, half-bath (powder room), library (converting to a bedroom), kids' room (with built-in bunkbeds). The living room (on the lower level) is flanked by an open dining area, a pantry, and a bar, all offering unique views across the ship's upper decks through a 2-story window wall.

Shipboard dining options - Food and Drinks

Disney's ship Treasure is "adventure-themed" and has 3x themed MDRs (main restaurants) called "Animator's Palate", "Enchanted Garden", and "Royal Palace". There are 2x adults-only specialty restaurants - "Remy" (named after the "Ratatouille" movie star, French cuisine) and "Palo" (Italian cuisine) as alternative dining options.

DCL's Rotational Dining system allows you to rotate to each of the three main restaurants each night while your servers follow you. The Animator's Palate has screens showing animated Disney characters and themes from "Finding Nemo" movie. The Enchanted Garden is a Versailles-inspired room, featuring lighting effects, transforming the day into night. The Royal Palace is princesses-themed with numerous portraits of "Cinderella" and the "Sleeping Beauty" movie characters (even the bread baskets are shaped like Cinderella's coach).

The food quality is very good, the service staff is amicable and timely.

 

The Remy restaurant is a classy place to be on any special occasion, offering a marvelous French menu and charging serious prices - a service fee of $75 PP (reservations are required, along with the formal dress code), drinks and wine are additional. The Palo restaurant is an Italian (Mediterranean) eatery with $20 cover PP (serves dinner and on selected days - Champagne brunch). Superb fish and seafood entrees, a cold buffet (meats, cheese, shrimp, salads and desserts) and several hot made-to-order items. The "Cabanas" casual dining complex on Deck 11 has several food and drink stations for hot and cold buffet items (including made-to-order omelets and sandwiches). The "Flo's Cafe" offers burgers, chicken fingers, wraps, pizza, salads.

In mid-September 2022, DCL revealed that the statue of the Disney character Aladdin (together with Jasmine on the Magic Carpet) will be centrally positioned in the Atrium's Lobby (base level/at the staircase's bottom) along with the stage for live performances. The midship-located Great Hall Atrium is a 3-deck high entertainment area (Gilded Palace-themed/Arabian desert kingdom Agrabah) with an open-floor design and a grand sweeping staircase. At the stern (aft hull section) is painted the Disney character Aladin.

 

Disney's 35-minute youtube video production released on April 29, 2021, revealed the following signature features of DCL Disney Treasure.

  • onboard appearances by Disney characters (Olaf, Captain Minnie, Captain Mickey, a fairy godmother)
  • The 760-ft (232-m) long waterslide (Slide-a-Saurus Rex) has show scenes, special lighting and sound effects. In comparison to Fantasy-Dream, Treasure has more swimming pools (7x) and outdoor deck spaces, plus AquaMouse (pool district/water playground for families).
  • The Oceaneer Club (a dedicated venue with supervised activities for children 3- to 12-years-old) is currently not available on other Disney ships. Other kids clubs include Marvel Super Hero Academy (Spider-Man, Ant-Man, The Wasp, Black Panther, kids can make their own-design superhero costumes), Fairytale Hall (Rapunzel Art Studio, Belle Library, Anna and Elsa’s Summerhus), Imagineering Lab (VR experience/kids can design and virtually ride their own roller coasters - based on designs like Tomorrowland's Space Mountain Roller Coaster, Anaheim Disneyland's Matterhorn Bobsleds roller coasters, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad/mine-train roller coaster), Small World Nursery (for toddlers 6-months to 3-years-old, with babysitting), Hero Zone (indoor playground/sports arena), Olaf’s Royal Picnic (character interactions, live music performances).
  • For teenagers (11 to 17-yo) are designed exclusive hangouts with supervised programs. Children 11 to 14-yo have a separate hangout.
  • On the deck above the Navigation Bridge/Wheelhouse are positioned staterooms. Some of the Suites are 2-level accommodations (fleet's first duplex apartments with connecting spiral staircases).

New for DCL dining venues include Palo Steakhouse (115-seats, also serving traditional Italian cuisine/Cogsworth-themed), Enchante Restaurant (by Michelin chef Arnaud Lallement/Lumiere-themed, 45-seats), The Rose Restaurant & Bar Lounge ("Beauty and the Beast" movie-themed, ).

Quiet Cove Pool District is an adults-only Sundeck with a swimming pool (infinity pool), Jacuzzis, Pool Bar, Pool Cafe.

The boat has two 3D Cinemas (named Wonderland Cinema, Never Land Cinema). These are screening rooms (with capacity 84 seats and 86 seats) for films produced by Walt Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm.

Luna Square is a midship-located space with family-style entertainment during the day, and in the evenings transforming into an adults-only venue. Luna Lounge features a 2-deck LED screen, Bar (Luna Libations), stage (for interactive and live shows, like “Villains Game Night”, “Disney Songbook”, “Disney Uncharted Adventure”.

Star Wars superheroes entertain adults at the new Star Wars movie-themed "Hyperspace Lounge”. The venue became "hyper-famous" for offering one of the world's most expensive cocktails - the Kaliburr Crystal, priced at USD 5000. The new drink is encased inside a camtono (a security container for storing valuables in The Mandalorian/The Book of Boba Fett) which opens with a button touch and a twist of a rotary cylindric handle. The carrier's side panels then fall open granting access to the "content" - three shot-style glasses full of the expensive concoction. While the ingredients are not listed, there are some speculations that one of them is Remy Martin's Louis XIII cognac (US$3000-4000 a bottle) or other top-shelf liquor.

  • Regular-priced beverages at the Hyperspace Lounge are priced from US$15.
  • With the purchase of any cocktail, guests can take home as a souvenir the Hyperspace Lounge Glass for an additional US$12.

Like the TRITON sisterships, Disney Treasure has 3 fleet's first family restaurants with table-service: "Arendelle" (with a Frozen Dining Experience/live shows featuring Disney Frozen 2 film's characters Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Sven, Olaf), "1923" (the year Walt Disney Studios opened/with menus featuring California food specialties), and "Worlds of Marvel" (superheroes and multimedia dining experience).

Also new for the DCL fleet are the "quick food" bars "Marceline Market" and "Mickey and Friends Festival of Foods". Both are complimentary and open throughout the day.

  • "Marceline Market" is a food marketplace with a changing menu (and daily specials), both indoor-outdoor seating. All dishes are freshly prepared and include American and international classics, seafood, comfort foods, baked goods, soups, salads, vegetarian and vegan fare, desserts. Marceline Market is casual, with buffet-style dining (for breakfast and lunch) and table-served diners (with cooked-to-order entrees).
  • "Mickey and Friends Festival of Foods" is a family restaurant (for quick bites) open throughout the day, including for lunch and dinner. This is an outdoor (seaside boardwalk-style) eatery with shaded seating and all 5x themed food stations - Mickey’s Smokestack Barbecue (fleet's first BBQ bar), Donald’s Cantina (fleet's first Mexican food bar), Daisy’s Pizza Pies, Goofy’s Grill, Sweet Minnie’s Ice Cream (also offering soft ice cream).

At Disney Treasure's "Worlds of Marvel Restaurant" (deck 4) is hosted DCL's "Avengers: Quantum Encounter”. The new cinematic experience combines dining (Marvel Cinematic Universe-themed menu) with superheroes (Ant-Man and The Wasp on an action-packed mission), storytelling (with guests playing interactive roles) and technology (Quantum Core is a new device that causes objects to change size/shrink and grow remotely). Worlds of Marvel Restaurant's dishes are inspired by Marvel Studios' fictional countries Wakanda and Sokovia, as well as Avengers Compound (NYC base).

MS Disney Treasure cruise ship

Follows the complete list of DCL Disney Treasure restaurants and food bars.

  • Enchanted Garden Restaurant (696-seat forward Dining Room, inspired by the gardens of Versailles; serves as a buffet for breakfast and lunch, full service for dinner 5:45-8:15 pm)
  • Royal Palace Restaurant (696-seat forward Dining Room, offers complimentary French cuisine; specialty coffees and drinks are extra)
  • Animator's Palate Restaurant (696- seat aft Dining Room, animator's studio design, features favorite Disney-character dinner shows; serves complimentary drinks; Rotational Dining with two fixed Dinner seatings - at 5:45 pm and 8:15 pm)
  • Flo's Cafe (quick-service restaurant with 3 food stations: "Fillmore's Favorites" (lite lunch, complimentary), "Tow Mater's Grill" (burgers bar, complimentary) and "Luigi"s Pizza")
  • Cabanas (self-service complimentary restaurant with American cuisine, pasta, sushi)
  • Remy (reservations-only, adults-only French specialty restaurant for lunch and dinner; aft location, bookings via the internet or onboard)
  • Palo (144-seat Italian specialty restaurant; adults-only, reservation-only; aft location; bookings via the Internet or on board).
  • Wheezy’s Freezies (poolside bar)

Shipboard entertainment options - Fun and Sport

The ship's kids clubs are the main reason for Disney's high loyalty passengers ratio. Besides all the Disney characters, innovative technologies and fun attractions, Disney children counselors are a pretty big reason many families to repeat their bookings with the company. Always smiling and friendly, they are hugely experienced, all college-educated, attentive and downright. The Oceaneer's "Club" and "Lab" facilities (ages 3-10) are connected, thus doubling the fun space. The "Oceaneer's Club" features the "Andy's Room" (with oversized Disney characters for kids to climb on) and the "Laugh Floor" (with its "laugh-o-meter" and Mike and Sully of "Monsters Inc"). The "Oceaneer's Lab" is maritime-themed, featuring an Animator's Studio and a small Sound Studio. The new Disney approach allows all kids ages 3-10 to access the same clubs with separate rooms and age-related activities.

Cruise liner's children club is called "Edge" (ages 11-13) properly secluded on Deck 13 in the funnel. The best attractions here are the 18 ft (5,5 m) high LCD wall, the video karaoke, numerous interconnected PCs. The teen-only "Vibe" club (ages 14-17) is sized 9000 ft2 (836 m2), fitted with a fountain bar and its own sundeck and swimming pools.

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Public spaces are decorated in deep blue and red, with numerous "Mickeys" just about everywhere (cabin, artwork, dinnerware, railings). One of the ship's most memorable places is the 3-deck high Atrium Lobby with its golden hue, the wide royalty-style winding staircase, and the Donald Duck bronze statue. The Aladin-themed Great Hall Atrium is a hub area connecting restaurants, theaters, and shops. You may check emails in the Internet cafe, but there's also Wi-Fi coverage throughout the ship.

Like all Disney liners, Treasure has no Casino (gambling lounge).

Onboard fun activities

All stage shows feature intricate sets and Disney-themed captivating performances, and the big place for grand entertainment is the Disney Theater with goldies like the "Golden Mickeys" and "Villains Tonight", new amazing stage productions, like the "Disney's Believe" (directed by Gordon Greenberg) and all the best Disney movies in 3D. Walt Disney characters onboard have always been the greatest sensation of all, and there are countless opportunities to meet and greet Mickey and company around the ship - in contrast to Disneyland, here they all are accessible and will always stop for a hug and a photo with you. Another big success is the "Pirates in the Caribbean" kids party divided into two programs - the sing-along "Mickey's Pirates in the Caribbean" followed by the "Club Pirate" (with many special effects) and great Disney fireworks (between the shows).

Wellness (SPA and FITNESS), swimming pools, waterslides, technology

The wellness complex "Senses" (Spa & Beauty) offers all the usual treatments (haircuts, manicures) and more exotic choices (hot-stone massages, mud baths).

  • Senses Spa features an outdoor relaxation space/sundeck (with Jacuzzis, padded sun loungers and deckchairs) where can also be held open-air Yoga sessions.
  • Senses Spa's "The Rainforest" (ice lounge) offers thermal therapies and is fitted with heated loungers, sensory showers.
  • The wellness complex also has Treatment Rooms (for massages), Sauna Room, Steam Room, Dry Room, Spa Villas (for couples).
  • Senses Fitness Center consists of a large main room (with premium gym equipment) and separate Cycle Studio and Aerobics Studio (where at an additional fee are offered Yoga and Pilates classes).

Untangled Salon (Beauty Parlor) and Hook's Barbery (Barber Shop/Men’s Salon) are DCL fleet's first venues dedicated to hair- and beauty services for adults.

  • Untangled Salon (themed on Princess Rapunzel from Disney's movie "Tangled", 2010) is colored in purple and gold and offers haircuts and styling, manicures, pedicures, teeth whitening, skin treatments.
  • Hook's Barbery (themed on Captain Hook/from Disney's movie "Peter Pan", 1953) is decorated in dark woods, furnished with leather chairs and golden mirrors, and offers haircuts, shaves, skincare and nail services. Part of the Barbery is a hidden bar serving premium liquors (bourbons, vintage whiskies, aged rums).

The Sports Deck has a small sports court, a mini-golf course, Ping-Pong tables, power walking/jogging track.

The "Chill" is a teen-only Spa within the facility.

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The pool deck has a large area for family fun water activities, featuring 2 whirlpools/hot tubs and 2 kids pools - "Donald's" (5 ft deep) and "Mickey's" (with a spiral slide). A big attraction here is the big LED screen mounted on the funnel. There's a toddler splash area (Nemo-themed) located in the center on Deck 11 with huge glass panes for parents to monitor their kids.

The Slide-a-Saurus Rex waterslide (water-coaster at sea) is located atop the ship and features a 765 ft (233 m) long 4-decks high transparent tube. The spinning tube reaches an incredible height of 150 ft (46 m) above sea level (there's a 42-inch / 107 cm height requirement). "Toy Story Splash Zone" is the kids' aquapark where the waterslide ends. The adults-only "Quiet Cove" pool area is a great place to hide from all the little angels and devils around the ship.

Midship on decks 11-12 there is a Mickey-themed family district with a total of 6x pools (various sized and with different depths) surrounded by spacious sundecks with plenty of sun loungers.

Triton-class new Disney cruise ships (pool deck)

"Disney Uncharted Adventure" is another fleet-first - an interactive family experience that combines imagination and VR technology into a multidimensional sea voyage full of Disney-Pixar characters. The new gaming experience is offered via guests' mobile devices. Via the app "Play Disney Parks", the phones/tablets transform into magical spyglasses allowing them to sail uncharted worlds, unlock missions, solve puzzles, and conquer other "virtual cruisers".

  • The "virtual ship" is mastered by Captain Minnie Mouse assisted by Captain Mickey.
  • Players choose the ship's course, with VR options like Motunui Island (from the Moana movie), Neverland Island (Peter Pan movie), New Orleans (from "The Princess and the Frog" movie), Sydney NSW (from Finding Nemo) and others.
  • "Disney Uncharted Adventure" gaming includes signature characters like Moana, Tiana, Tinker Bell, Kakamora, Peter Pan, Captain Cook, Nemo & friends.
  • You must download the app prior to the cruise.
  • Each player can choose to complete all or just a few adventures/missions and is allowed to start and stop at any time.

AquaMouse is a family fun water attraction and another DCL fleet-first.

  • AquaMouse waterslide has length 760 ft (232 m) of winding tubes suspended above upper decks. The experience is complete with video scenes, special lighting and sound effects, "splashtacular surprises" (60+ water effects).
  • The water ride starts with boarding 2-seater vehicles and ascending into a "magical tunnel" teleporting into the virtual worlds of "Scuba Scramble" and "Swiss Meltdown" (two short animation movies played out through the tube's large virtual windows/LED screens). Along the way are encountered curious sea creatures and popular Disney characters.
  • At the height of the "show", passengers are blasted out of the tunnel to start watersliding around the upper ship decks - first around the forward funnel (through an enclosed tube/lighting effects), then through a dark tunnel followed by a transparent tube revealing breathtaking ocean views. Follow a series of speed blasters up and down ending with a loop over the ship's edge and into the Mermaid Lagoon (swimming pool).
  • Both AquaMouse animated shorts (Scuba Scramble, Swiss Meltdown) are starred by Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse. "Scuba Scramble" is an underwater adventure (at Mermaid Lagoon), while "Swiss Meltdown" is a mountain sledding excursion going awry. The two chipmunks Chip and Dale are in both shows, hitchhiking to Castaway Cay (DCL's Bahamian island).

Follows the complete list of DCL Disney Treasure lounges, clubs and other entertainment venues for kids, teens, and adults.

  • Walt Disney Theatre (1274-seats, Magical Forest-themed entertainment lounge) is fitted with a Dolby Atmos (3D sound system) and offers live shows, aerial acrobatics performances, 3x grand-style productions (in the evenings), bingo, trivia games and 3D movies (during the day). There are two shows held each evening - at 6:15 pm and 8:30 pm.
  • Buena Vista Theatre (400-seat 4D cinema, features 3D movies, Dolby Surround 7.1 and Dolby 3D movie technology)
  • Great Hall Atrium (3-deck high central ship area, featuring marble-carpet flooring, grand staircase, and panoramic glass elevators) - the boat has 16x Lifts total / 8x midship and 8x aft. The Atrium's lobby level houses the Great Hall Stage (designed for live shows).
  • Mickey's Mainsail Shop (selling Disney brand logo merchandise -postcards, souvenirs, DVDs, toys, clothes, games)
  • Sea Treasures Shop (duty-free crystals, brand jewelry, watches, precious stones, Disney merchandise, underwear, sport, and swimming apparel)
  • Whitecaps Shop (duty-free brand jewelry, perfumes, liquor, and tobaccos)
  • Inside Out: Joyful Sweets (dessert shop themed on Pixar's movie Inside Out) is DCL fleet's first and sells 40x varieties of daily-handmade gelato and ice cream, as well as candies and novelty sweets (cupcakes, macarons, cake pops, truffles, cookies, brownies), fruit compotes, fresh-made sauces.
  • Bon Voyage Bar (adults-only, serving wine, beer, and cocktails)
  • Preludes Bar (quick wait-service snacks & beverages bar)
  • Nightingale’s Lounge (piano bar) offers fine wines, bubblies, handcrafted cocktails.
  • The Bayou Lounge (New Orleans-style, The Princess and the Frog movie-themed) offers cocktails, brand coffees, fresh-made pastries (including beignets), live music and entertainment.
  • Shutters PhotoShop (photo packages, accessories, photographic services)
  • Vista Cafe (atrium bar for specialty coffees and teas, dinner cocktails, complimentary snacks, and pastries; Wi-Fi spot)
  • D Lounge Bar & Nightclub, The Tube Disco & Nightclub, Vista Gallery
  • Europa District (adults-only zone housing Ooh La La Bar, La Piazza Bar, The Tube Disco, Keg & Compass Pub, Skyline Bar)
  • Vibe Disco & Club Lounge (teens-only venue)
  • Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique (youth club for kids 3-12 yo) is a beauty salon for fairy-tale makeovers to Disney characters (princesses, pirates, knights, captains, creatures, etc). The Cinderella-themed "storybook salon" features wood detailing, candle-light chandeliers, classic wall sconces, large round mirrors.
  • It's A Small World Nursery (for 3 months to 3 yo infants and toddlers; reservations required)
  • Oceaneer Club (kids 3-12 yo; with four play areas with themes from Disney films); Oceaneer Lab (play area for kids 3-12 yo)
  • Senses Spa & Fitness Complex (with 17 treatment rooms; 1 Whirlpool; "Rainforest Room"; "Relax Room"; Fitness Centre /health and wellbeing seminars; Beauty Salon)
  • Luxurious Spa Villas (two private suites with own hot tub, private verandah, Roman bed with canopy, open-air shower)
  • Quiet Cove Pool (adults-only swimming pool, served by Cove Bar; with 2 Whirlpools)
  • Chill Spa (teens only spa with separate relaxation area and treatment rooms)
  • Cove Cafe (adult-only, with big HDTV; Wi-Fi spot)
  • Outdoor LED movie screen (24x14 ft / 7,3x4,3 m)
  • Eye Scream Treats Bar (complimentary ice cream, poolside)
  • Frozone Treats (iced fruit smoothies bar, poolside)
  • Whozits & Whatzits Shop (poolside, sells AquaDuck related stuff)
  • Kids' swimming pools (Donald's Pool, Mickey's Pool)
  • Trixie's Falls (circular pool/adults-only)
  • Nemo's Reef (waterplay kids zone; features characters meetings and greetings)
  • Arr-cade (kids/teens video games arcade)
  • Waves Bar (family poolside bar)
  • Meridian Lounge & Bar (adults-only venue for dinner cocktails); Concierge Lounge
  • Currents Bar (outdoor bar for cold drinks, refreshments, cocktails)
  • Edge Lounge (11-14 yo teens-only club area, with a giant video wall, interactive games, Internet)
  • Goofy's Sports Deck (Walking Track, Jogging Track, 9-hole Mini-Golf Course, Virtual sport gaming simulators, combined sports court (volleyball-basketball-tennis), Ping Pong/Foosball tables)
  • Funnel Vision Deck Stage
  • Wonderland Cinema & Neverland Cinema
  • Mickey's Pool, Minnie's Pool, Daisy's Pool, and Pluto's Pool
  • Radio Studio (live radio programs for Disney Treasure itinerary-related news and onboard events)
  • Outlook Bar (retreat area with a piano and full bar; hosts wedding receptions).

The Walt Disney Theater hosts 3 evening shows specifically designed for the Treasure ship.

  • "Disney's Aladdin - A Musical Spectacular" (a comedy musical based on Disney's 1992-released musical fantasy film "Aladdin"/starring Robin Williams)
  • "The Little Mermaid" (Broadway-style version with a reimagined script of Disney's 1989-released musical fantasy animation "The Little Mermaid")
  • "Disney Seas the Adventure" show (held on embarkation day and featuring all the Disney and Pixar characters).

In the evenings, the Pool Deck hosts the "Pirate's Rockin' Parlay Party" - an outdoor deck party featuring live music, DJ programming, special effects, acrobatics, and ending with a fireworks display.

Note: More details on the boat's facilities and amenities are expected in the following months.

Itineraries

Starting in 2024-Q3, Disney Treasure itinerary program will be based on Eastern and Western Caribbean roundtrips departing from homeport Port Canaveral (Orlando City) Florida. A signature port destination included in all DCL itineraries is the company's Bahamian private island Castaway Cay.

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On  July 15, 2017, Disney Cruise Line officially announced the company's plans to build 3 new vessels, all German-built (by Meyer Werft at Papenburg Shipyard). The so exciting for all Mickey Mouse fans announcement was made by Bob Chapek (Walt Disney Parks and Resorts company's Chairman).

On January 22, 2019, Orlando's Port Canaveral officials gathered to discuss the new liners' docking at Disney's exclusive Cruise Terminal 8. The facility was improved and upgraded in order to accommodate/berth the 3 new ships simultaneously. The newbuilds were initially scheduled for deliveries in 2021 (Wish), 2022 (Treasure) and 2023 (TBN), but were eventually postponed to, respectively, 2022, 2024, and 2025. The TRITON ship design is based on ~1250 staterooms, for which reason Port Canaveral's Disney Terminal 8 was expanded to max passenger capacity 7500 at a time.

The new TRITON vessels have LOA length 341 m (1119 ft), making them DCL fleet's longest. By GT tonnage/volume (~144,000 tons each) and passenger capacity (2500 / max 3500), the TRITON boats are similarly-sized to the sisterships Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy. But unlike the other fleetmates, the newbuilds are LNG-powered (by liquefied natural gas) and with more (including new for DCL) facilities and amenities. When the last unit is launched in 2025, Walt Disney will nearly double its former 4-ship fleet.

 

On March 9, 2018, was officially released the TRITON ship's exterior rendering, showing DCL's traditional black-white-red hull color scheme. The new design features a top deck waterpark with slides (positioned between the funnels) and midship balcony cabins, which allows larger-sized accommodations for passengers.

"Disney Triton" was also initially chosen to become the name of the first vessel in the new class/series. However, the unit's name was soon changed to "Disney Wish". Triton is Ancient Greece's god of the sea. Being the son of Poseidon (the god of the waters) and Amphitrite (the goddess of the Sea), Triton is the herald for his father and is usually represented as a merman (male mermaid) having an upper human body and tail and fins of a fish. Like his father, Triton carries a trident, but his special attribute is a twisted conch shell with which he calms or raises the waves. According to the Disney story, King Triton is the protective and loving father of "The Little Mermaid" Ariel, as well as one of the most powerful Disney characters ever created.

In 2019 was announced that during their inaugural seasons in the Caribbean out of Florida, two of Disney's three TRITON ships (Wish and Treasure) will be homeported in Port Canaveral (principal seaport for Orlando City/Walt Disney's theme park capital) while the last TRITON liner (Disney 2025) will be based in PortMiami. In their homeports, Disney's newest liners are fueled by LNG bunkering barges docking alongside the berthed vessel.

The ship name "Disney Treasure" was officially unveiled on September 11, 2022, by Josh D'Amaro (Disney Parks' President). The announcement was made during the presentation at D23 Expo 2022 (Disney-themed exposition/Sept 9-11) held at Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim CA (approx 27 mi / 45 km to the southeast from Los Angeles).

Disney Cruise Line newest ships (Triton-class)

Disney Treasure (Meyer Werft yard/hull number 706) is the German shipbuilder's 55th cruise vessel, to be followed by Disney 2025 (hull 718) as the yard's 56th unit.

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