The newest ship in Disney Cruise Line’s fleet, Disney Wish, will set sail on its maiden voyage on June 9, 2022.
Bookings open to the general public on May 27, 2021.
It will offer a season of three- and four-night cruises to Nassau, Bahamas, and Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay, from Port Canaveral, Florida.
The ship features a new water attraction called AquaMouse, described as the first Disney attraction at sea.
The water ride will send passengers through 760 feet of winding tubes suspended above the upper decks.
They will ride with Mickey and Minnie’s seaside excursion company called Port Misadventures in two-seater ride vehicles to view a cartoon world of Scuba Scramble – a new animated short – along with more than 60 water effects that bring the story to life.
Danny Handke, senior creative director for Walt Disney Imagineering, said: “With AquaMouse, we’re combining theme park thrills, iconic Disney animation and the magic of ocean cruising to create a one-of-a-kind water attraction unlike anything we’ve done before.”
The Grand Hall features a bronze statue of Cinderella, and there will be a pool district with the theme of Mickey and friends on decks 11 and 12 midship, with six pools and entertainment.
A Toy Story-themed waterplay district has been designed for families with toddlers and young children.
Guests aged 18 and older can visit Quiet Cove, a secluded adults-only district offering a bar, spa and panoramic views of the ocean from an infinity pool.
Also for adults is Star Wars: Hyperspace Lounge, a bar styled as a spaceship, reserved for adults every evening.
There will be a theatrical dining experience based on the film Frozen, called Arendelle: A Frozen Dining Adventure.
Other attractions will be Marvel Super Hero Academy, where kids can emulate the likes of Spider-Man and Black Panther.
The fifth ship in the Disney fleet, its home port will be Port Canaveral, Florida, and it will carry 4,000 passengers.
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