A brand new Disney cruise ship will set sail next year.
The sixth ship to join its fleet, the Disney Treasure will have tons of new attractions and shows.
And Disney just revealed what to expect onboard.
Apparently, guests will board the Disney Treasure via the Grand Hall.
Inspired by Aladdin, here guests can enjoy unique shows and character encounters.
There’s no shortage of space onboard, either, with 1,256 staterooms and an impressive seven pools.
There’s plenty to do, too, with a host of onboard attractions including the AquaMouse waterslide, as well as a Walt Disney Theater.
The latter will have a new Broadway-style show, along with Beauty and the Beast, and “Disney Seas the Adventure” shows.
For the kids, there’s the Oceaneer Club, with a Marvel Superhero Academy, Imaginary Lab and Fairytale Hall, along with Star Wars: Cargo Hall.
And for the littlest ones, there’s Mickey and Minnie Captain’s Deck to keep them occupied.
Sarabi, an adult-only area, will have entertainment including Match Your Mate, and Villains Game Night.
Then there’s the Quiet Cover, which is an adult-only district with its own bar and infinity pool.
With so much to do, you’re bound to work up an appetite.
Thankfully, there’s no fewer than three family eateries onboard, including a Marvel-themed dining experience, a Coco-theme restaurant, and a third called 1923.
Adult-only dining spots include Palo Steakhouse, and The Rose and Enchante, which has a menu created by three-Michelin-starred chef Arnaud Lallement.
Those with a sweet tooth will particularly enjoy Jumbeax Sweets, inspired by Zootopia, which will serve handmade gelato.
There’s several bars and pubs onboard, too, including Jungle Cruise-themed Skipper Society lounge and Periscope Pub, inspired by the 1954 film 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
Disney also gave a sneak preview of the new rooms onboard, ranging from veranda staterooms to concierge and royal suites.
And the fanciest place onboard is the Tomorrow Tower Suite – with floor-to-ceiling windows, the huge suite is inspired by Epcot.
The Disney Treasure is set to embark on its maiden voyage, a seven-night Eastern Caribbean cruise, on December 21, 2024.
This will be followed by an inaugral season of seven-night itineraries to the Eastern and Western Caribbean from Port Canaveral, Florida.