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Construction Complete on Last Block of Disney Treasure Cruise Ship

According to the Disney Treasure Ship’s Log, construction is complete on the ship’s last block, meaning work will now move to the ship’s interior.
Disney Treasure Construction
The next Disney Cruise Line is under construction at the Meyer Werft Shipyard in Germany. Its maiden voyage is set to begin on December 21, 2024. The iconic Disney Cruise Line funnels were installed last week.
The latest Ship’s Log entry reads:
The Disney Treasure has reached yet another milestone in construction – the completion of its last block! In case you’re not familiar with this maritime milestone, it’s important to know that cruise ships are built in blocks (sections). With the last block in place, this means that the ship is now structurally complete and outfitting work can begin.
The last block on the Disney Treasure will eventually house areas such as the adults-only Quiet Cove area (including Cove Café) and Hero Zone, a futuristic sports arena where physical activity blends with imagination, offering highly produced show experiences in addition to free-play sports.
With this latest milestone reached, the Disney Treasure can now move towards completion of its interior.
The Disney Treasure will have the same layout as the Disney Wish, which launched in 2022. It’s an adventure-themed ship with an Agrabah-inspired Great Hall featuring a statue of Aladdin and Jasmine on the Magic Carpet. Instead of the “Star Wars”-inspired Hyperspace Lounge from the Wish, the Treasure will have the Haunted Mansion Parlor. They already teased the bar’s exclusive merchandise and specialty drinks.
The Disney Treasure will also include the Skipper Society Lounge inspired by the “Jungle Cruise,” The Periscope Pub inspired by Disney’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea,” Jack Cricket Café, and Heihei Café.
Entertainment options on the Disney Treasure will include the “Disney The Tale of Moana” Broadway-style show alongside Disney Crusie Line’s pre-existing “Beauty and the Beast” and “Disney Seas the Adventure” shows. The ship will also have its own version of the AquaMouse, which debuted on the Disney Wish. The central hub for daily activities will be “The Lion King”-inspired Sarabi lounge.
The three family dining locations aboard the Disney Treasure will be the new Plaza de Coco, returning 1923, and returning Worlds of Marvel with a new show.
Click here for more Disney Treasure details.
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