The central hub for daytime activities and adult-exclusive evening entertainment on the Disney Wish will be Sarabi, named for Simba’s mother from “The Lion King.”
Concept art shows a two-level theater space featuring orange and brown tones evoking the natural beauty of the savanna.
On the Disney Treasure, Sarabi will be the equivalent to Luna on the Disney Wish.
The adventure-themed Disney Treasure is inspired by Walt Disney’s love of exploration. Its maiden voyage will begin on December 21, 2024. If you’re interested in booking one of the first sailings on the Disney Treasure, contact our friends at Be Our Guest Vacations. Their expert team of travel planners will book your cruise and you can avoid the craziness of having to do it yourself!
The three family dining locations aboard the Disney Treasure will be Plaza de Coco, 1923, and Worlds of Marvel (with a new show). It will include “Jungle Cruise” and “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea”-inspired lounges. Staterooms will feature artwork from “Aladdin,” “Encanto,” “Up,” and more. An EPCOT-themed Tomorrow Tower Suite will be in the forward funnel.
The Disney Treasure’s Grand Hall (atrium) will have a blue and gold color scheme. The golden atrium statue will feature Aladdin and Jasmine riding the Magic Carpet.
Peter Pan and Captain Hook will be the larger-than-life character figures on the stern of the Disney Treasure.
A new adventurer character, Arthur Quinn, has also been introduced in Disney Treasure announcements.
Watch the full “Unlocking the Disney Treasure” video below.