Disney Treasure Forward Funnel

Forward Funnel of Disney Treasure Arrives at Meyer Werft Shipyards

Progress continues to be made for the Disney Treasure, the next ship that is slated to join the fleet of the Disney Cruise Line. After doing a big reveal of the ship recently, another step is being taken toward the completion of this ship. The Disney Cruise Line announced that the forward funnel for the ship has arrived at Meyer Werft shipyards. The shipyards are located in Papenburg, Germany.

Disney shared photos of the arrival of the forward funnel on social media. It can show the arrival of the funnel along with a closer look at the funnel. Check the photos out here:

The inspiration for the Disney Treasure comes from multiple Disney stories and characters with adventure being the foundation for both the theme of the ship from an architectural standpoint and an experience standpoint. The newest Disney Cruise Line ship will honor Walt Disney’s legendary passion for exploration and travel. When guests board the Disney Treasure, they will notice that there are some favorite spaces that are found on the sister ship Disney Wish, that are also infused with the theme of adventure and inspired by favorite Disney stories. This includes Aladdin, Coco, and Zootopia to name a few!

The construction of the Disney Treasure is happening at the Meyer Werft Shipyards. This is the same place where the Disney Wish was also built. Also like the Disney Wish, the Disney Treasure will be powered by liquefied natural gas. This is one of many ways that the Disney Cruise Line is using innovation to create a more environmentally friendly cruise ship and experience. The Disney Treasure will be larger than its predecessors the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy. The Disney Treasure will be approximately 144,000 gross tons.

The first cruise of the Disney Treasure is set to be on December 21, 2024. Bookings are now available for the Disney Treasure. This can be done through Mouseways Travel, the official travel partner of Daps Magic.

What do you think of this milestone in the building of the Disney Treasure? Are you excited to see and cruise on this ship once it joins the Disney Cruise Line fleet? Share your thoughts and opinions in the comments below!


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