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Discovering the Disney Treasure Ship: Your Ultimate Guide to the Disney Treasure

Disney Cruise Line's newest ship, the Disney Treasure, will have it's maiden voyage on December 21, 2024. As a "Disney travel agent", I can't wait to help families plan their vacations onboard this incredible ship! Request a quote to get started! In this post, we'll explore all the amazing features and experiences that the Disney Treasure has to offer.

Design and Theme

The Disney Treasure is the sixth ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet and features an enchanting design inspired by adventure and classic Disney films. From the grand atrium to the staterooms, every detail has been carefully crafted to transport guests to a world of wonder and imagination.

The atrium of the Disney Treasure rendered by an artist
The atrium of the Disney Treasure will feature a statue of Aladdin and Jasmine

Itineraries

The Disney Treasure will be offering a variety of 7-night sailings from Port Canaveral:

Maiden Voyage

Disney Treasure Maiden Voyage 7-Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral

Sailing December 21, 2024

Visiting Tortola, British Virgin Islands, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, & Disney Castaway Cay along with 3 days at sea

Western Caribbean

7-Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral

Sail Dates: Dec 28 2024, Jan 11 2025, Jan 25 2025, Feb 8 2025, Feb 22 2025, Mar 8 2025, Mar 22 2025, Apr 5 2025, Apr 19 2025, May 3 2025, May 17 2025, May 31 2025

Visiting: Cozumel, Mexico | George Town, Grand Cayman | Falmouth, Jamaica | Disney Castaway Cay along with 2 days at sea

Eastern Caribbean

7-Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral

Sail Dates: Jan 18 2025, Feb 15 2025, Mar 1 2025, Mar 15 2025, Apr 12 2025, Apr 26 2025, May 10 2025, May 24 2025

Visiting: Tortola, British Virgin Islands | St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands | Disney Castaway Cay along with 3 days at sea

7-Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral

Sail Dates: Feb 1 2025 & Mar 29 2025

Visiting: Tortola, British Virgin Islands | San Juan, Puerto Rico | Disney Castaway Cay along with 3 days at sea

Stern Sculptures

The Disney Treasure will have Peter Pan and Captain Hook as the stern scultptures.
This is what the characters on the back of the Disney Treasure will look like.

Disney Cruise Line released 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.

Bow Artwork

Minnie Mouse in an Adventure-ready ensemble will adorn the bow of the Disney Treasure
Minnie Mouse will be on the Bow of the ship

Each ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet has its own distinct, elegant piece of artwork embossed on its bow. Revealing the unique designs created for the Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy and the Disney Wish marked a memorable moment for each vessel during its construction and the Disney Treasure is no different.

Disney Cruise Line debuted the Disney Treasure’s captivating bow filigree for the first time. The design features a portrait of Minnie Mouse wearing her brand-new, adventure-ready ensemble as well as some hidden silhouettes of other beloved characters. Voyager Minnie’s look was designed especially for the Disney Treasure to complement its motif of adventure.

Accommodations

The Disney Treasure offers a range of accommodations to suit every family's needs, including staterooms, suites, and concierge-level cabins. There are also themed staterooms available, including adventure-themed staterooms.

The Disney Treasure will feature inside staterooms similar to this artist rendering
An inside stateroom on the Disney Treasure

The staterooms aboard the Disney Treasure have an all-new look and feel that will inspire and energize you. Each stateroom will be a luxurious and peaceful retreat, designed with enough space for families, plenty of storage, and high-end equipment.

The Disney Treasure will feature Verandah staterooms similar to this artist rendering
A Verandah Stateroom on the Disney Treasure

Additional highlights include:

  • Queen beds in all non-Concierge staterooms

  • Most staterooms (with the exception of the Inside Staterooms) will feature Disney Cruise Line’s signature split-bathroom concept, with a sink and shower in one room and a sink and toilet in a separate room. All will include a bathtub – perfect for giving children a bath.

  • Enhanced storage options, roomy closets and elevated bed frames with generous under-bed space will provide plenty of places to store suitcases and other bulky items essential to family travel.

  • Little ones will delight in a secret starfield hidden above pull-down beds, with original artwork revealing a constellation of Genie overhead.

  • Other exceptional amenities and highlights will include a 43-inch TV, USB-A and USB-C charging ports, large vanity, mini drawer refrigerator, full-length mirror, mini safe, hair dryer, privacy divider, queen and pull-out sofa beds, deluxe toiletries, plush robes, and lavish bed linens and duvets.

Concierge

The 76 rooms and suites will have access to an expanded concierge lounge. From the lounge, concierge guests will have access to a private sun deck with two whirlpools, a wading pool, a bar, lush lounge furniture, and the superlative service of a pool deck host.


The Disney Treasure will elevate the concierge experience by doubling the number of premium concierge cabins and suites, including Disney's very first cabins located above deck, with floor-to-ceiling windows offering stunning ocean views from the bow of the ship. An exclusive lounge on deck 12 and a private solarium on deck 13 will be the perfect places for concierge guests to relax, sip a cocktail and enjoy a higher level of dedicated service throughout the trip.

  • Accommodating up to five guests, these rooms will feature spacious living areas, king beds, luxurious finishes, and premium amenities.

  • Most include a generous private verandah.

  • One-bedroom concierge suites will have a separate living room, walk-in closets, two 43-inch TVs, and two bathrooms (including a master bathroom with rain shower, bathtub, and double vanity).

  • Seven exclusive oceanview rooms are Disney’s first-ever staterooms located above the bridge. These will have extended living areas with breathtaking views of the ocean through floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the bow.

Tomorrow Tower Suite

The livingroom with a view of the loft in the Tomorrowland Tower Suite
The Tomorrowland Tower Suite is located above the pool deck in one of the funnels.

The Tomorrow Tower Suite is a 1,966 square-foot penthouse in the sky with décor inspired by EPCOT. It will sleep up to eight guests with two main bedrooms, a children’s room, a library that converts to a bedroom, and four-and-a-half bathrooms. The magnificent living room is flanked by an open dining area and a bar, all offering extraordinary views across the upper decks to the horizon through an expansive two-story window wall.

Of course, Guests can expect the ultimate adventure while staying in the Tomorrow Tower Suite, marked by the expert service of a personal concierge team, a delightful selection of curated services and daily treats, and even a private elevator. Talk about the VIP experience!

Tomorrow Tower Suite Design

In the Tomorrow Tower Suite, guests will encounter Figment posing in various hiding places. Figment is the adorable purple dragon who first debuted at the Journey Into Imagination attraction at EPCOT at Walt Disney World.

Imagineers will place a special sculpture at the base of the Tomorrow Tower Suite’s spiral staircase that honors the iconic EPCOT landmark, Spaceship Earth. The sculpture will bring the spirit of EPCOT to life when guests enter the suite through music and lighting effects.

Accessible Rooms

The Disney Treasure will also feature 36 mobility and communication staterooms and 56 communication-only accessible staterooms. These staterooms also feature extra-large spaces for maneuverability and roll-in shower with fold-down seats.

Stateroom Count by Category

  • Number of staterooms: 1,244

  • Number of connecting staterooms: 902

Dining and Drinks

As with all Disney Cruise Line ships, the Disney Treasure offers a variety of dining options to suit every taste and dietary requirement. There are three main dining rooms onboard, each with its own unique theme and menu.

In addition to the main dining rooms, guests can also enjoy quick-service options, including a burger and fries joint and a pizza restaurant. For a more upscale dining experience, the Palo Steakhouse and Enchanté by Chef Arnaud Lallement.

There are also several bars and lounges onboard, including a champagne bar and a sports bar. And for those looking for a sweet treat, the ice cream parlor and candy shop are sure to hit the spot.

Rotational Dining

Plaza de Coco

Fiesta on the High Seas

Be transported to the colorful plaza of Santa Cecilia during this multi-night, Coco-themed theatrical dining experience featuring the flavors of Mexico. On your first night, watch as Miguel and the town mariachis entertain with lively song and dance. Then, on the second night, behold the plaza’s transformation to a fun-filled Dia de Los Muertos celebration with Mamá Coco, Abuelita and the rest of the Rivera family.

Worlds of Marvel

Be a part of the adventure at Worlds of Marvel on the Disney Treasure
Worlds of Marvel where adventure comes to dine.

A Mighty Dining Adventure

Suit up to save the day at Worlds of Marvel—a cinematic dining experience of epic proportions. Explore powerful quantum technology during “Avengers: Quantum Encounter,” featuring a special appearance by Spider-Man live and in-person. All the while indulge in a global menu inspired by the origins of your favorite Super Heroes, featuring a range of delicacies from classic American fare to rich African flavors.

1923

A Taste of Old Hollywood

Named after the year The Walt Disney Studios was founded, the elegant 1923 restaurant celebrates the imagination of classic animation and the unwavering spirit of the original studio that started it all. Feel like Hollywood royalty as you dine on fresh California cuisine amid storyboards, sketches and props from adventure-themed Disney movies like Tarzan, The Lion King, Aladdin and more.

Adult Dining

Aboard the Disney Treasure, guests will savor gourmet meals and exceptional beverages at Palo Steakhouse, Enchanté by Chef Arnaud Lallement and The Rose, an upscale suite of epicurean excellence exclusively for adults, inspired by the elegant icons of Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Beauty and the Beast.

Adult-exclusive restaurants aboard Disney Cruise Line ships are elegant dining experiences. Guests are requested to dress in a manner consistent with the restaurant’s sophistication. Formal or semi-formal attire is recommended. Dress casual attire with a polished look is permitted (such as dress pants, jeans in good condition, collared shirts and blouses and lifestyle shoes). Clothing such as T-shirts, swimwear and sports attire is not permitted.

Palo Steakhouse

Palo Steakhouse is an evolution of the Palo restaurant that Disney cruisers know and love, now combining the relaxed sophistication of authentic Italian dining with the classic refinement of a modern steakhouse in a genteel setting inspired by Cogsworth, the tale’s majordomo-turned-enchanted-clock.

An elegant, welcoming environment with spectacular ocean views off the back of the ship. The venue has a warm, luxurious palette of rich woods and shining metals, along with artwork and details that evoke ornate clocks, pendulums, and gears. A private dining room will be available for more intimate gatherings of up to 12 guests.

The Palo Steakhouse menu offers a selection of exquisite Italian dishes and the world’s best steaks, from the most elite American prime cuts to melt-in-your-mouth Australian wagyu to succulent Japanese Kobe and Miyazaki beefs. The menu offers pairings with the finest Italian wines and bold craft beers. For dessert, the signature Palo chocolate soufflé is prepared fresh-to-order and served piping hot with luscious vanilla bean and chocolate sauces.

Enchanté by Chef Arnaud Lallement

Enchanté will offer the most luxurious dining experience onboard the Disney Treasure. Featuring a gourmet menu crafted by three-Michelin-starred Chef Arnaud Lallement — of L’Assiette Champenoise, near Reims, France — one of the culinary masterminds behind the French-inspired fine dining experience at Remy aboard the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy.

This romantic and intimate venue will evoke the dazzling candlelight and lavish hospitality of the film’s candelabra maitre d’, Lumiere, with shimmering light fixtures and illuminations that will give life to the two intimate dining areas and private 10-seat dining room. With an elegant infusion of soft blues and metallic embellishments, the enchanting atmosphere will be completed by stunning ocean views.

The menu will offer superior products and seasonal ingredients sourced from around the world to create an exceptional ensemble of international dishes, masterfully developed with the passion, philosophy, and expertise of Chef Lallement. From the moment they enter the glittering champagne room, guests will be swept up in a sumptuous journey marked by consummate cuisine, superlative wines and first-class service.

Quick-Service Dining

Marceline Market

Marceline Market is a unique food hall inspired by Walt Disney’s early childhood hometown of Marceline, Missouri, and it features a wide variety of dining options for guests to enjoy.

A stylish food hall aboard the Disney Treasure where guests will enjoy casual, walk-up dining throughout the day — each of the 10 food stalls offering a wide-ranging variety of freshly prepared cuisines for the whole family to enjoy, including American classics, international specialties, comfort foods, seafood, soups and salads, vegetarian and plant-based fare, baked goods, and desserts.

Menu options include classic favorites and international specialties, including plant-based offerings.

Mickey & Friends Festival of Foods

Right in the middle of the fun of the upper decks is Mickey & Friends Festival of Foods, the perfect place for your guests to grab a quick bite for lunch, dinner, or a snack any time in between.

Inspired by Mickey Mouse animated shorts, stalls include Mickey’s Smokestack Barbecue, Daisy’s Pizza Pies, Goofy’s Grill, Sweet Minnie’s Ice Cream, and Donald’s Cantina.

Paid Dining Experiences

Jumbeaux’s Sweets

Meet your friends (furry or not) at the ice cream shop on the Disney Treasure
A Zootopia inspired ice cream shop on the Disney Treasure

The shop will offer nearly 40 flavors of gelato and ice cream, with daily handcrafted gelato specials in decadent combinations like peanut butter pretzel and white chocolate raspberry. Whipped cream, fruit compotes and sauces will be freshly made in-house to complement a wide selection of tasty toppings.

Signature treats inspired by the film will include colorful cupcakes that evoke the five emotions — Joy (lemon), Sadness (blueberry), Disgust (pistachio), Anger (red velvet) and Fear (bubble gum) — and chocolate Memory Orbs filled with sweet candy remembrances. Specialty macarons and cake pops will join the assortment of handcrafted truffles, designer cookies, indulgent brownies and vibrant candy offerings.

Entertainment on the Disney Treasure

Chart a course for immersive worlds, both real and imagined—delight in Character encounters, Broadway-style shows, fun-filled water coasters and so much more.

Among the highlights: Three Broadway-style shows, including Beauty and the Beast, Disney Seas the Adventure, and a new productions that has yet to be announced; two movie theaters showing first-run films; and the Grand Hall stage in the atrium. Of course, no Disney vacation is complete without fireworks so the Disney Treasure will have fireworks at sea.

There are also two family entertainment concepts that will eventually come to life: Sarabi, which will transform into an adult entertainment area at night, and the superhero-themed Hero Zone, where families can participate in an obstacle course and competitions.

Sarabi

It’s hakuna matata at this unique lounge inspired by the classic Disney film The Lion King—home to musical performances, comedy acts and family game shows. Enjoy lively family fun during the day, but when the sun sets this play-filled savannah becomes an adult-exclusive venue with live entertainment.

This brand-new entertainment hub will transition from a daytime setting for family fun into an elegant evening venue for adult-exclusive entertainment, offering a variety of live shows and interactive programming throughout the day and night.

The celestial design is inspired by the Disney and Pixar short La Luna, this venue will be outfitted with a two-story LED screen wall, stylish stage, full-service bar, and spacious seating. The lower level will buzz with community and life in the energetic atmosphere. For a more intimate setting, the balcony is suitable for enjoying the festivities in small groups, with secluded seating in semi-private booths.

“Villains Game Night” is a witty game show where guests will attempt to answer Disney trivia questions amid the jeers and sneers of nefarious Disney foes, including Cruella de Vil, Gaston, Hades, Maleficent and more, who will join on screen.

“Disney Songbook” will put guests in the spotlight as they belt out Disney songs and showcase their star talent for a live camera crew, who will project each performance onto the big screen.

Hero Zone

Hero Zone is a futuristic sports arena where physical activity will blend with imagination, alternating between an elaborate family obstacle course and a free-play sports hub.

Families will test their strength, speed and stamina during the Incredi-Games, a high-energy game show featuring an elaborate obstacle course of over-the-top physical challenges, each inspired by the dynamic characters of Pixar’s “The Incredibles.”

Now with more fanfare than ever before, the guest-favorite Disney Cruise Line experience Jack-Jack’s Incredible Diaper Dash will offer terrific tots the chance to compete for the coveted title of Diaper Dash Champion as they speed-crawl across a 20-foot track amid the cheers (and chuckles) of family, friends and adoring fans.

Balcony viewing space will be available for other guests to watch, cheer and admire the fearless feats performed during the epic games.

Walt Disney Theatre

On the Disney Treasure, the design of the Walt Disney Theatre will evoke an enchanted forest, imbuing the atmosphere with a sense of magic inspired by scenes from Walt Disney Animation Studios’ legendary film Fantasia.

The unparalleled roster of original Broadway-style stage shows developed exclusively for the Disney Cruise Line fleet by world-class creative teams is one of the items that set the fleet apart from the competition. The elegant 1,274-seat show palace spans three decks and offers orchestra and balcony seating.

The theater will be equipped with state-of-the-art technology, including the most robust projection mapping capabilities of any Disney ship and a Dolby Atmos 3D audio system — a first for the cruise industry — to create a transformative theatrical experience rivaling anything on land or at sea.

Disney The Tale of Moana

Disney The Tale of Moana banner for this new broadway-style show
Only available on the Disney Treasure

Exclusively available onboard the Disney Treasure, “Disney The Tale of Moana” will bring the adventurous journey of Moana, inspired by the Walt Disney Animation Studios film, to center stage for the first time. The show will follow Moana as she embarks on an incredible journey to save her island after she is chosen by the ocean to restore the heart of Te Fiti. Fans of the original film will recognize many beloved characters like Gramma Tala, Maui and Tamatoa when they appear on stage, as well as songs from the film’s iconic soundtrack.

Disney Seas the Adventure

After your first day spent exploring the ship, guests will head to the beautiful Walt Disney Theatre to see an original musical spectacular called “Disney Seas the Adventure.” The show will begin with Captain Minnie Mouse handing over the helm to her dear friend Goofy, leaving him a little unsure about the responsibility. With the help of some familiar friends, he’ll embark on a musical voyage into favorite Disney and Pixar stories on a journey to discover his own inner captain.

With an impressive roster of beloved characters, a full line-up of renowned Disney songs and a first-of-its-kind finale, this show is sure to be a sensational way to kick off a Disney Treasure vacation!

Early in his adventure, Goofy will learn the power of hard work to make a dream come true when he meets Tiana during a lively performance of “Almost There” from Walt Disney Animation Studios’ “The Princess and the Frog.”

The show’s grand finale will feature a cavalcade of characters joining Captain Minnie and Goofy on stage. But rather than bidding the audience farewell, these favorite Disney friends will lead guests out of the theater and into the Grand Hall for an unforgettable sendoff experience unlike anything we’ve done before.

And that’s just a small taste of the magic in store during this one-of-a-kind theatrical adventure! Other musical numbers include a high-energy production of “Go with the Flow” from the “Finding Nemo – The Musical” show at Disney’s Animal Kingdom; a powerful medley of “Let it Go,” “How Far I’ll Go” and “Touch the Sky” performed by Disney heroines Elsa, Moana and Merida; and a bold rendition of “Go the Distance” with Hercules and a host of heroes from a variety of Disney films.

Beauty and the Beast

Behold Beauty and the Beast, a dazzling musical performance featuring vibrant costumes, sensational set designs and heartwarming songs you’ve come to love from the movie.

Movie Theatres

The Disney Treasure will elevate the onboard cinematic experience with two intimate screening rooms steeped in Disney storytelling. These boutique cinemas will be the first in the cruise industry to offer Dolby Atmos 3D audio technology for the most immersive movie-going experience on the high seas.

At 84 and 86 seats respectively, the Wonderland and Never Land cinemas offer guests more options than ever before to watch classic and first-run films from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm, and more.

  • Wonderland Cinema, inspired by the fantastical world of Alice in Wonderland, incorporates otherworldly creatures and distinctive characters who inhabit the ever-curiouser Tulgey Wood. The woodland motif continues into the ceiling to create the feeling that guests are peering up through the enchanted tree canopy above.

  • Never Land Cinema, inspired by Peter Pan’s flight from London to Never Land, guests are swept into their own flight of fantasy, past the second star to the right and straight into the magical world of movies. As guests revisit iconic scenes such as Skull Rock and Mermaid Lagoon, the venue’s night-sky color palette will light up with the flutter of Tinker Bell’s wings.

Upper Deck

The family pool district of the Disney Treasure will also double as an entertainment venue. With a poolside stage and Funnel Vision a jumbo LED screen, guests will enjoy a variety of entertainment ranging from movies and live sporting events to brand-new deck parties and nighttime fireworks spectaculars developed exclusively for this ship.

Kids Clubs on the Disney Treasure

Great programming for kids is a must from Disney Cruise Line — and parents won’t be disappointed.

Aboard the Disney Treasure, kids of all ages will find a ship filled with fun – from an immersive wonderland of heroes, princesses, and storytellers, to a whimsical nursery for babies and toddlers, to seriously cool hangouts for tweens and teens.

  • It’s A Small World Nursery (for children ages 6 months to 3 years)

  • Disney’s Oceaneer Club (for children ages 3 to 12)

  • Edge (for tweens ages 11 to 14)

  • Vibe (for teens ages 14 to 17)

It’s A Small World Nursery (for children ages 6 months to 3 years)

For the littlest cruisers babysitting services in a whimsical environment inspired by the beloved Disney attraction of the same name. Here, little ones will play games, make crafts, watch movies, read books and even spend time with special Disney friends under the expert care of Disney-trained counselors.

In the nursery, toddlers will take a playful trip around the world in the company of Disney, Pixar, and Marvel characters reimagined as “it’s a small world” dolls. Each section of the space is themed to different areas of the world, with characters grouped by their homelands.

In the play room, magical murals will feature interactive hand cranks that trigger delightful effects. Little ones will be able to spark a cascade of ice magic from Elsa’s hand, send Aladdin and Jasmine swaying on the magic carpet, uncover Flynn Rider as he clings to Rapunzel’s enchanted tresses, and more. A toy train will chug along the ceiling, filling the space with colorful lights, playful sounds, and kinetic energy.

Disney’s Oceaneer Club (for children ages 3 to 12)

Aboard the Disney Treasure, this club will feature more themed spaces than ever, each filled with endless entertainment – from storytelling, arts and crafts, and dress-up to toys, games, and watching Disney movies. It will also offer more opportunities for kids to have fun with their favorite Disney friends during an exclusive line-up of interactive games and programs where characters don’t just stop by – they stay to play.

With the club located on deck 2, parents will be able to check-in their children in the Grand Hall on deck 3 and then send them “down the rabbit hole” on a twisting slide that lands directly and securely into the Oceaneer Lab. An alternate entrance called a door is available for parents.

Marvel Super Hero Academy

This high-tech Avengers headquarters is where young “recruits” will train to be the next generation of Super-Heroes with the help of their own real-life heroes, like Spider-Man, Black Panther, Ant-Man, and the Wasp.

Children will begin by choosing a superhero suit from a selection of power sets based on Marvel heroes like Iron Man and Captain Marvel, and watching their choices become nanotech forms around mannequins in real-time. Once they are suited up it’s time for “Avengers: Mission Training”. The gesture-based technology game will put their new suits and skills to the test as they virtually battle bad guys.

Fairytale Hall

Fairytale Hall is a royal trio of activity rooms where kids will join some of their favorite Disney Princesses and Frozen Queens as they let their creativity shine at Rapunzel’s Art Studio, read and act out stories at Belle’s Library, and test newfound icy powers at Anna and Elsa’s Sommerhus.

Inspired by her love of expression, Rapunzel’s Art Studio will be a creative escape where kids will have the best day ever making their own arts and crafts projects, like floating lanterns and paintings.

Belle’s Library will be a cozy corner for reading and acting out stories with the help of Disney characters. An enchanted painting above the fireplace will magically transform to bring the tales to life.

Anna and Elsa are never far from snow, even in their summer cabin. Here, kids will unlock icy powers during “Frozen Fun,” a series of gesture-based games hosted by Olaf, which include snowball fights with friendly trolls and a hunt for mischievous Snowgies – the tiny, playful snowmen created by Elsa in the animated short Frozen Fever.

Walt Disney Imagineering Lab

Walt Disney Imagineering Lab is a first-of-its-kind opportunity for kids to discover the secrets of world-renowned Disney Imagineers — the creative masterminds behind Disney theme parks, resorts, and cruise ships — with hands-on activities and inventive experiments. Sorcerer Mickey, the ambassador of Walt Disney Imagineering, may even stop by to lend a wand to the newly minted magic makers.

One of the most exciting things Imagineers get to do is design roller coasters. At the Ride Studio, kids will create a coaster along the lines of Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Space Mountain or Matterhorn Bobsleds – and then climb into a capsule where they will virtually ride their imaginative masterpiece.

Mickey & Minnie Captain’s Deck

Ahoy there, little cruisers! Welcome to a fun-filled play area equipped with a slide, a ship’s wheel and ship-controlled busy boxes. And be on the lookout for a surprise visit from Captain Minnie Mouse herself!

Edge (for tweens ages 11 to 14)

Have fun, make friends and play games in a bright, colorful hangout inspired by a chic New York City loft. A faux-grass picnic area and graphic art displays called “photo walls” will provide ample opportunities for tweens to capture cool, shareable vacation pics that will be the envy of their friends back home.

Located on deck 5, the exclusive entrance to Edge will be hidden behind a framed piece of art that reimagines world-famous paintings in a pop art-inspired compilation of Disney characters, including Minnie as the ‘Girl with the Pearl Earring’ and Donald as Salvador Dali.

Vibe (for teens ages 14 to 17)

Meet new friends, watch movies, play games and participate in entertaining activities created just for them. Inspired by a Parisian artists’ loft, this stylish space features classic architectural elements with an electric retro twist, with vibrant neon signs and funky pop art. Combine those with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the ocean, and every angle in Vibe will offer a selfie-worthy backdrop for the trendiest teens on the high seas.

Pools, Waterslides, and Splash pads on the Disney Treasure

Disney takes fun in the sun to the next level aboard Disney Treasure with an all-new family water attraction and three themed districts that provide dedicated space for families, kids and adults.

Families will have more pools, more deck space, and more dining options than ever before in a spacious Mickey and Friends-themed space. In addition to AquaMouse, the area will feature six swimming pools – spaciously spread over the decks and surrounded by lounge chairs – and a new take on casual, fast food with a festive touch of characters.

AquaMouse

An Exhilarating Water Attraction

The newest attraction at sea, Disney Treasure's AquaMouse
The AquaMouse on the Disney Treasure is a splashing good time!

Oh boy! Get ready for a water coaster adventure featuring an all-new Mickey and Minnie Mouse short called Curse of the Golden Egg. Experience immersive show scenes, special effects and incredible ocean views as you splash, drift and slide through a mysterious ancient temple in search of legendary treasure. But watch out! Booby traps and other hilarious mishaps will send you in unexpected directions.

Poolside fun for the Whole Family

Families will have more pools, more deck space and more dining than ever before in an expansive pool district themed to Mickey and friends.

Located on decks 11 and 12 midship, this area will include six pools of various sizes and depths, spaciously staggered among tiered decks and surrounded by lounge chairs to provide families with space to stretch out and soak up the sunshine. Throughout the day, guests will enjoy a variety of poolside entertainment on Funnel Vision, a jumbo LED display that screens Disney movies, TV shows, live sporting events and more. For guests seeking a laid-back environment, another family pool will be available on deck 14 forward.

The Disney Treasure will feature brand-new food and beverage offerings on the upper decks, including relaxed indoor dining and a fresh take on quick and casual fare with a festive character twist.

Toy Story Splash Zone

Toddlers and young children prepare to go to “swim”-finity and beyond in this Toy Story-themed neighborhood designed especially for them. This whimsical water paradise will feature a splash zone, wading pool, family-friendly waterslide, and smoothie bar.

Children will have a tub-full of fun in the Toy Story Splash Zone. A fantastical water playground where Woody, Buzz and friends will be adorably reimagined as larger-than-life rubber bath toys that move and spray water at kids’ whim. Inspired by the Disney and Pixar short “Partysaurus Rex,” this bathtub-themed splash zone will combine the Old West of Woody’s Roundup with the intergalactic world of Buzz Lightyear, featuring two toddler-sized slides and pop jets, geysers and bubblers galore.

To complete the splish-splashing antics, everyone in the family will enjoy a trip down Slide-a-saurus Rex – a double-looping waterslide that sends guests plunging “down the drain” with the rest of the toys when the metaphorical bathtub overflows.

Other features of this playful pool district will include Trixie’s Falls — a six-inch-deep wading pool with a small fountain and waterfall — and Wheezy’s Freezies, a smoothie bar serving up refreshing fruit blends for the perfect cool-down treat.

Adult Areas on the Disney Treasure

Aboard a Disney Cruise, we are all kids at heart, but sometimes it’s nice to be treated like an adult. The Disney Treasure is treating grown-ups to a number of kid-free zones on the ship. You will escape, relax, dine and play in more ways than ever with exclusive venues and entertainment tailored just for adults.

Beauty and the Beast Inspired Dining

Enjoy gourmet meals and exceptional beverages in an epicurean, upscale, adults-only suite, inspired by the film “Beauty and the Beast”.

The Rose

The Rose is a chic lounge at the entrance of Palo Steakhouse and Enchanté. Guests will enter The Rose through a corridor of beautiful, bespoke artwork commissioned exclusively for the Disney Treasure. This grand entrance culminates in a gilded, golden rotunda, unfolding into a plush lounge with rich velvet seating, glorious views and magical illuminations.

The Rose will be an idyllic setting for a pre-dinner aperitif or after-dinner cocktail, with an extensive selection of high-end wines and liquors. Guests will also indulge in a special menu of gourmet amuse-bouche and small plates from the Enchanté galley, curated by Chef Lallement.

Quiet Cove Pool District

Adults can soak up the sun at Quiet Cove, a peaceful hideaway dedicated to lounging, sipping a drink and relaxing. Set away from the hustle and bustle of family activities. This secluded, adults-only neighborhood will feature breathtaking panoramic views of the ocean from a luxurious infinity pool, poolside bar, and chic café.

The Cove Cafe is a chic poolside lounge that will offer gourmet coffees, teas, specialty drinks, and treats. The sophisticated yet casual spot will get a fresh new look that reflects the Oceania-inspired artistry of Disney’s Moana.

Senses Spa and Senses Fitness

For the first time aboard a Disney ship, Senses Spa will feature a dedicated outdoor relaxation space! This open-air oasis is a brand-new extension to our signature Rainforest experience, which has been reimagined for the Disney Treasure to provide even more ways to relax and rejuvenate. The Rainforest will introduce the fleet’s first ice lounge, allowing Guests to combine thermal therapies, which promotes both physical wellness and tranquility. It will also include Guest-favorite elements like heated ergonomic loungers; sensory spa showers; and sauna, steam and dry chambers.

Senses Spa is a tranquil oasis offering indulgent spa and beauty treatments. The spa draws on the serenity of natural elements to promote pampering and relaxation. It will feature private treatment rooms, lavish spa villas for couples, and steam and aromatherapy rooms designed to help guests decompress, rejuvenate and recharge both body and mind. In addition to a menu of massage, facial and acupuncture therapies, guests will be able to select from a menu of specialized treatments that are customized to their needs, such as pain management and sleep improvement.

The reimagined Senses Fitness will offer state-of-the-art exercise and wellness facilities. The main room has exercise equipment, weightlifting machines, and free weights. There is also a dedicated cycle studio and an aerobics room. Complimentary, instructor-led fitness classes will be offered throughout the cruise.

Lounges & Bars

Skipper Society

Try an exotic beverage at Skipper Society on the Disney Treasure
The first Jungle Cruise related experience where you don't want to see the backside of water. O2H!

Watch your head and watch your step as you enter this exotic lounge inspired by the world-famous Jungle Cruise attraction. With tributes to skippers and their many adventures on the Nile, Amazon, Congo and other famous waterways, Skipper Society is the perfect place to sip back and relax. And please… keep all hands, arms, feet and legs inside the lounge at all times.

Skipper Society Fun Facts
  • The plants throughout the Skipper Society on the Disney Treasure will be the same foliage species as the original attraction in Disneyland.

  • Each vintage-style suitcase stacked neatly behind the bar will be plastered with travel stickers that represent locations depicted inside the Jungle Cruise attraction – including the backside of water!

  • The green and red tones depicted on the walls of Skipper Society will be exact color matches to the Jungle Cruise attraction marquee at Magic Kingdom.

  • While sipping cocktails or sampling tasty morsels, guests will hear familiar music playing in the venue, including spiels from the Jungle Cruise attractions around the world! That means you’ll hear Skipper voices from across the globe and in various languages such as English, Dutch, French, Cantonese, and more.

  • Skipper Society will have a jungle boat name of its own! Imagineers will dub the vessel housing the bar “Ems Empress” after the Ems River where the Disney Treasure will make her first voyage to sea. An “Ems Empress” sign will hang proudly inside the venue when the Disney Treasure sets sail in December 2024.

Periscope Pub

Navigating the Deep Blue

Feel like you’ve stepped aboard the Nautilus at this stylish pub inspired by the classic Disney park attraction, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea: Submarine Voyage. While sipping craft brews or specialty drinks, look through the “glass” ceiling to the watery world above. Or stay up to date with what’s happening on land with the surrounding “scientific” monitors displaying news and live sports coverage.

Periscope Pub Fun Facts
  • Guests will discover various artifacts, drawings and books used by Captain Nemo and his brave crew during undersea explorations on the Nautilus.

  • Disney Imagineers will include hidden numbers on the large submarine pressure gauge decorating the back bar of the venue. These numbers honor the geographical coordinates of Meyer Werft shipyard where the Disney Treasure was built, and the official hull numbers of each ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet.

  • Periscope Pub will offer a delicious menu of light bites, undersea-inspired drinks and craft brews, including three exclusive tap beers that will be uniquely themed to the “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea” film and celebrated theme park attraction.

Hair Salon & Barber

Untangled Salon

At Untangled Salon, Guests can let their hair down (and have it styled any way they want) in a light and airy environment that is perfect for pampering. Inspired by Rapunzel, this chic, high-end salon will be adorned in shades of purple and gold, decorated with floating lantern light fixtures and outfitted with custom cut-metal privacy screens depicting Rapunzel’s own paintings. One side of the space will even gleam and glow with the golden light of a signature chandelier that evokes the iconic flower that gave her hair its magical qualities! In addition to haircuts and styling, the menu of services at Untangled Salon will include manicures, pedicures, teeth whitening and skin treatments.

Hook’s Barbery

Hook’s Barbery will be a unique twist on a traditional European men’s salon, offering cuts, shaves, and nail and skin care. Decked out in dark woods, handsome leather chairs and ornate golden mirrors, the space will brim with narrative details inspired by its namesake, Captain Hook: an inlaid wooden map of Never Land, a hidden pocket watch and — of course — a hook, to name a few. A trio of seemingly nondescript lanterns will occasionally come to life with lighting and audio effects to signify Tinker Bell jumping from one fixture to another.

Not only will Hook’s Barbery provide salon and barber services, but it will also boast the ultimate toast to a pirate’s life: a hidden bar! This (not-so-secret) treasure trove of pre-Prohibition bourbons, vintage whisky and port, aged rum and premium spirits will be a liquor enthusiast’s paradise, ideal for low-key hangouts, romantic date nights, hosted tastings and special evening events.

Technical Information about the Disney Treasure

The Disney Treasure has a maximum passenger capacity of 4,000. Most of the ships’ 1,244 staterooms will offer ocean views – 946 will have a spacious verandah. There are a total of 902 connecting staterooms to accommodate large families. There are only 121 inside staterooms, which is the lowest across the entire Disney Cruise Line fleet.

The Disney Treasure is just the second in a fleet of three new ships, called the Triton class. The Disney Treasure and a 3rd unnamed ship are currently under construction at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany. Liquefied natural gas (a more environmentally friendly fuel) will power these 140,000-gross-ton ships. The Triton class is slightly larger than the existing Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy.

  • Birthplace: Meyer Werft – Papenburg, Germany

  • Home Port: Port Canaveral, Florida

  • Maiden Voyage: December 21, 2024

  • Fuel: Liquefied Natural Gas

  • Passenger Capacity: 4,000

  • Gross Tonnage: 144,000 (estimated) tons

  • Length: 1,119 feet | Beam: 128 feet | Height: 221 feet

  • Ship’s Registry: The Bahamas

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