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Disney Treasure To Set Sail in 2024 With Disney Parks, “Coco,” “Zootopia,” and More Themes

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Disney and cruise fans finally have some more information on the long-awaited sister ship to the Disney Wish — Disney Treasure.

Featuring themed spaces inspired by Disney theme parks and fan-favorite films, including “Aladdin,” “Coco,” “Moana,” and “Zootopia,” guests will immerse themselves in the floating palace starting December 21, 2024, as it embarks on its maiden voyage from Port Canaveral, Florida.

“The Disney Treasure will bring brand-new stories to life, blending one-of-a-kind experiences with the extraordinary entertainment, world-class dining, and unparalleled hospitality that make every sailing so memorable,” said Sharon Siskie, senior vice president and general manager of Disney Cruise Line.

Let’s look at the newest ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet and what you can expect if you decide to venture on an Eastern or Western Caribbean cruise!

Dining

You won’t go hungry onboard the Disney Treasure with 3 themed options for dinner and plenty of quick bites throughout the ship, including a brand-new theatrical dining experience.

Themed Dining

Disney Treasure Plaza de Coco
Plaza de Coco. Image Credit: Disney
  • 1923 — Guests looking for a taste of old Hollywood can find that in the elegant 1923 restaurant. The namesake for the year that The Walt Disney Studios was founded, the menu features fresh California cuisines and classic sketches from “Aladdin,” “Tarzan,” “The Lion King,” and more.
  • Plaza de Coco — A theater-in-the-round entertainment venue with dining tables placed around a center stage, guests will get to experience 2 unique “Coco” dining experiences during their voyage. With great Mexican music, fare, and entertainment, this will be a fun place for dinner!
  • Worlds of Marvel — This cinematic dining experience will feature Spider-Man during “Avengers: Quantum Encounter” while guests can enjoy a wide-ranging menu, including classic American to rich African dishes. This will also be a 2-night experience with other Avengers making appearances as well.

Adults-Only Options

Disney Treasure Periscope Pub
Periscope Pub. Image Credit: Disney
  • Enchanté — Fine dining is not lost on the high seas. Enchanté is the place to find innovative French cuisine by 3-Michelin-starred Chef Arnaud Lallement.
  • Palo Steakhouse — With premium steaks and fine Italian dishes, guests can indulge in some delicious meals.
  • Periscope Pub — Inspired by the classic film “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea,” this pub will be a great place for guests to enjoy a pint of craft beer and watch some live sports on the “scientific” monitors.
  • The Rose — “Beauty and the Beast” fans will love grabbing a cocktail at The Rose. With sweeping ocean views, floating rose petals, and a decor that is inspired by the film, this adults-only lounge is enchanting.
  • Skipper Society — Taking cues from “Jungle Cruise,” guests can relax on camp-style furnishings and sip on themed cocktails while enjoying live entertainment.

Quick Bites

Disney Treasure Jumbeauxs Sweets
Jumbeaux’s Sweets. Image Credit: Disney
  • Jumbeaux’s Sweets — This ice cream parlor is themed after the popular Jumbeaux Cafe in Disney’s “Zootopia” and will offer over 30 gelato and ice cream flavors.
  • Marceline Market — This will be an eclectic marketplace featuring plant-based meals and international specialties.
  • Mickey & Friends Festival of Foods — This food station will have comfort food from Daisy’s Pizza Pies, Mickey’s Smokestack BBQ, and more.
  • Walkup Cafés — Sometimes, you just need a quick snack or coffee, and guests will have 2 specialty options right off the Grand Hall: Jade Cricket Cafe, inspired by “Mulan,” and Heihei Cafe, taking on cues from “Moana.”

Entertainment

Guests onboard the Disney Treasure can expect Broadway-style shows, character encounters, and even water coasters during their adventure.

Active Fun

Disney Treasure AquaMouse
AquaMouse: Curse of the Golden Egg. Image Credit: Disney
  • AquaMouse: Curse of the Golden Egg — If you thought rides and coasters were reserved for the theme parks…hold on! This immersive water coaster ride takes you through the all-new “Curse of the Golden Egg” short featuring Mickey and Minnie Mouse. Take in the film, special effects, drops, and views in this fun adventure ride.
  • Hero Zone — Have you ever wanted to compete against your family in physical gameshow-style challenges? If so, Hero Zone has everything you need. With inflatable courts, playgrounds, and more, this is the spot to compete and win.
  • Pools — Cruises and pools go hand in hand, or glove and glove if you ask Mickey. With 10 pools plus water play areas inspired by Disney characters, splashing around is going to be fun. The Toy Story Splash Zone is packed with rubber bath toys and the family slide, Slide-a-Saurus Rex.

Kids’ Clubs

  • “it’s a small world” nursery! — Parents who need a moment of relaxation can rest easy knowing there is a daycare center inspired by the classic Magic Kingdom ride, “it’s a small word.”
  • Edge — Tweens from 11-14 can chill and play games in the New York City-inspired club. With floor-to-ceiling windows with ocean views, this spot will be very Instagramable.
  • Fairytale Hall — Disney princesses come to life in Fairytale Hall. Young guests can do arts and crafts in Rapunzels’s Art Studio, visit Belle’s Library, and even visit Anna & Elsa’s Sommerhus to work on their ice magic.
  • Marvel Super Hero Academy — Young guests ages 3 to 12 can train alongside Ant-Man, Black Panther, Spider-Man, and The Wasp as they get ready to save the world from villains.
  • Mickey & Minnie Captain’s Deck — Little cruisers will have access to their own special fun deck, complete with a slide, ship’s wheel, and special busy boxes. Plus, Captain Minnie may even pop in!
  • Star Wars: Cargo Bay — Part of Disney’s Oceaneer Club, kids can join forces with Chewbacca and Rey to help the Resistance and even wrangle exotic animals, including a Dianoga, Loth-Cats, Porgs, and more.
  • Vibe — For the older teens, ages 14 to 17, Vibe will offer a place to play games, listen to music, watch TV, and more. The Parisian-style loft will feature pop art and neon signs as well.
  • Walt Disney Imagineering Lab — Kids ages 3 to 12 can strap on their engineering hats and design their own rollercoaster, then climb into a special capsule that will let them experience their creation! This is a hands-on experience that they won’t forget!

Performances

  • Cinemas — Guests will receive a red carpet experience and be able to watch first-run and classic Disney movies at the Wonderland Cinema and Never Land Cinema.
  • Live Shows — Guests will be able to enjoy their favorite songs from “Beauty and the Beast” at the live musical performance and be wowed by the stunning costumes and set designs. Plus, catch Goofy and other Disney and Pixar characters in the “Disney Seas the Adventure” show that features hit songs from “The Princess and the Frog,” “Moana,” “Frozen II,” and more.
  • Sarabi — The Sarabi lounge is inspired by The Lion King and will be home to family game shows and comedy acts during the day, but at night, it will be an adult-only venue with exclusive entertainment. No matter what time you visit, it will always be hakuna matata.

Relax

  • Hooks Barbery — If the captain in your family needs a haircut or shave (or a bar featuring specialty whiskies), Hooks Barbery is the place.
  • Senses Spa — Cruising also means relaxing, and adults can unwind in the Senses Spa. The Rainforest features heated lounges, fountains, steam and sauna rooms, and a calming pool to do just that.
  • Untangled Salon — Let down your hair for some styling services, manicures, and pedicures.

Staterooms

Disney Treasure Staterooms Verandah Staterooms
Verandah stateroom. Image Credit: Disney

The Disney Treasure will feature 1,256 rooms for 4,000 passengers.

Guests will have the option to choose from a variety of staterooms, including:

  • Inside
  • Oceanview
  • Verandah
  • Concierge
  • Royal Suites

Plus, there will be the Tomorrow Tower Suite, inspired by EPCOT, which has over 2,000 square feet of living space and its own ensuite elevator.

Itineraries and Pricing

Starting September 12, 2023, Disney Cruise Line Castaway Club members can book their stateroom on a Disney Treasure cruise.

Disney Treasure Exterior
Image Credit: Disney

All other guests can start booking on September 20, 2023.

Cruises will be either 7-night Eastern or Western Caribbean cruises leaving from Port Canaveral.

Prices start at $3,845 for 2 guests.

Final Thoughts

Disney Treasure Grand Hall
Image Credit: Disney

From the Grand Hall featuring stylings straight out of Agrabah to dining in Mariachi Plaza, if Captain Minnie is at the helm, you know it is going to be a magical adventure.

Guests will be able to experience the magic of Dinsey on the high seas like never before; the only downside is that we have to wait until the end of 2024 to experience it!

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About Chris Hassan

Chris holds a B.S. in Hospitality and Tourism Management and managed social media for all Marriott properties in South America, making him a perfect fit for UP and its social media channels. He has a passion for making content catered toward family travelers.

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