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Client fan-fave Peter Pan was recently on-hand to unveil the newest Disney Cruise Line’s ship, the Disney Treasure, along with a whole line-up of big news, including concept art for a new island destination and all-new vacation adventures for Australia and New Zealand residents.

According to a press statement, the updates were shared by products chairman Josh D’Amaro at the recent D23 Expo, where he added: “At the heart of every adventure, there’s a treasure, and we can’t wait for you to create memories aboard this spectacular ship.”

The new Disney Treasure will have a brand-new motif, unlike anything the cruise line has done before. True to its theme of adventure, your clients will find themselves immersed in some of the company’s most legendary stories from the classic “Aladdin” and its far-off land of Agrabah. The signature Grand Hall of the ship will be inspired by a gilded palace much like princess Jasmine’s.

Expect the Disney Treasure to be delivered in 2024. Following the Disney Wish, which set sail in July, it’s the second of three new ships planned through 2025, powered by liquefied natural gas and featuring 1,254 guest staterooms.

Disney’s Second Bahamas Destination: Lighthouse Point

As if a whole new ship wasn’t enough, the announcements included the unveiling of a whole new island destination: work has started on Disney’s second in the Bahamas. Located on the island of Eleuthera at Lighthouse Point, the new destination blends the best of the Bahamian culture with the recreational know-how and whimsey of Disney. Attractions include a pristine beach area, a recreation center, dining, shopping, a water playground, a cultural pavilion and more.

Disney Lighthouse Point Rendering
Rendering of Disney’s new Lighthouse Point destination on Eleuthera.

Note for your environmentally conscious clients: environmental management programs have already been established and will continue throughout construction and during its operation, including supplying 90 percent of the site’s power from solar energy.

Disney Wonder Heads Down Under

During its repositioning voyages between Honolulu and Sydney in October 2023 and February 2024, the Disney Wonder will offer the fleet’s first-ever South Pacific itineraries. The brand-new “Disney Magic at Sea” cruises will give guests from around the world—including your clients—the chance to experience exotic destinations like Fiji and Samoa.

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