FIRST LOOK: New Disney Cruise Line Ships Coming to The Fleet

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The Disney Cruise Line fleet is expanding with three brand new vessels, setting sail in 2021, 2022, and 2023. The concept art for these new ships was revealed today, by none other than the man himself, chairman and CEO, Bob Iger, at the The Walt Disney Company’s annual shareholders meeting.

Disney Cruise Line Ship

Marching along with Disney Cruise Line’s unique style, the new vessels will be elegant and embrace the golden age of ocean travel! These new vessels will be innovative, offer new technology and entertainment, and include more Disney characters and stories than ever before. All of these exciting new features will be for guests of all ages!

Sticking true to Disney’s stories and multiple franchises, they’ll be incorporated in these new ships like never before. Rivaling the exciting new additions of Star Wars and Marvel in the last few years, Disney has proved that they’re unrivaled in presentation and originality when it comes to onboard activities, storytelling, dining experiences and live entertainment.

Each new vessel will be approximately 140,000 tons, making them slightly larger that the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy, and each is planned to have 1,250 guest staterooms. Another new and economically charged feature is that these new ships will be powered by one of the cleanest-burning fuels, LNG. While specific designs, ship names and the itineraries of each ship remain the development stages, you can guarantee that you won’t be disappointed in what Disney is bringing to the table with these exciting new additions to the Disney Cruise Line.

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Thomas Melles
Thomas Melles

They will be build at Meyer Werft, Papenburg, Germany. We have the luck to see them before they will be finally finished …


Just like the theme parks their newer ships are overrun with people for the number of amenities and attractions. 1200 more rooms will not be good. Floating vessel of hugely long lines. I wish Disney went for quality, not smooshing them in to just make a buck. We will pass on this ship.