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Disney Treasure Makes Room for Disney Destiny

Disney Treasure officially reached another milestone when the Meyer Werft Shipyard in Papenburg, Germany, set her afloat in preparation for her maiden voyage this winter. She was moved from her initial dock to a new location to continue construction.

While this was not the official “float out” ceremony, since the vessel remains in the construction hall, the moving of Disney Treasure makes room for construction to begin on her sister ship, Disney Destiny, debuting in 2025.

Disney Treasure’s official ship’s log read, “A few weeks ago, Meyer Werft Shipyard was bustling with activity when the Disney Treasure was set afloat for the first time. Water from the Ems River was pumped into the building dock where the ship is being constructed, lifting the hull from the floor of the chamber. The shipyard team was then able to guide the Disney Treasure to a new location, where it will undergo the next phase of construction.”

Disney Treasure is expected to sail her maiden voyage on December 21, 2024 from Port Canaveral, Florida. She is an adventure-themed ship with a Haunted Mansion Parlor, a Jungle Cruise inspired lounge and an anthem recorded by American singer and actress, Jordin Sparks. Captain Minnie is featured on the bow of the ship decked out in her voyager gear. 

After her maiden voyage, Disney Treasure will alternate between 7-night Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries. Her Western Caribbean itineraries will call on Cozumel, Mexico; George Town, Grand Cayman; Falmouth, Jamaica; and the cruise line’s private island, Disney’s Castaway Cay.

Her Eastern Caribbean itineraries will call on Tortola, British Virgin Islands; San Juan, Puerto Rico; and St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands.

Disney Treasure’s official ship’s log went on to say it would not be long before she and Disney Destiny would be next to one another at the shipyard marking yet another milestone for the cruise line.