Peter Pan and Captain Hook will be the larger-than-life character figures on the stern of the Disney Treasure, the next ship for Disney Cruise Line. Check out an artist rendering of the characters below.
Disney Treasure Stern Characters
This Disney Treasure update is coming to you from sunny Celebration, Florida, the headquarters for Disney Cruise Line. Today, the Disney Cruise Line team is thrilled to be debuting an image of the ship’s stern for the very first time! For 25 years, each Disney Cruise Line ship has been adorned with characters from beloved Disney adventures. The Disney Treasure will follow this tradition with its own signature character sculptures that honor the ship’s motif of adventure, Peter Pan and Captain Hook. Harnessing the power of Tinker Bell’s pixie dust, Peter Pan will levitate next to the Disney Treasure to add the finishing touch to the ship’s stern filigree. Meanwhile, Peter Pan’s longtime rival, Captain Hook can be seen leaning out a porthole with a vengeful expression on his face. Paintbrush and paint bucket in hand, Peter Pan sports a mischievous grin as he glances back at Captain Hook, who is dripping in yellow paint.
The stern characters are always painting the ship’s filigree. The other stern characters are Rapunzel on the Disney Wish, Goofy on the Disney Magic, Donald and his nephews on the Disney Wonder, Sorcerer Mickey on the Disney Dream, and Dumbo on the Disney Fantasy. Check out our Disney Cruise Line 101 post for more about each ship.
The adventure-themed Disney Treasure is scheduled to set sail in 2024.
Its atrium will have a blue and gold color scheme. The golden statue will feature Aladdin and Jasmine riding the Magic Carpet.
Captain Minnie debuted a new “Voyager” outfit for the Disney Treasure. Voyager Minnie is featured on the keel coin, which was lain in March. The keel coins ceremony is typically used to mark the official start of construction on a ship and bring good fortune. Voyager Minnie will also be on the Disney Treasure’s bow.
It’s rumored the Disney Treasure will include a Haunted Mansion bar and lounge.
With the ship’s atrium and Minnie’s new look, it seems Disney Treasure will be a significant departure from the theming of the other Disney Cruise Line ships. The Disney Wish was the first to have a Grand Hall instead of an atrium and is considered a “castle at sea,” but the fantastical, light theming is still relatively similar to previous Disney Cruise Line ships.
Disney recently launched a ship’s log page to track construction of the Disney Treasure. The bridge block was installed in late June.
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