New Renderings Released for Disney Cruise LIne’s Lighthouse Point Development Shared at D23 Expo 2022

Josh D’Amaro shared a brief update on Disney Cruise Line’s new Bahamian development at Lighthouse Point with a drone video from his visit to the southern tip of Eleuthera.

DCL Lighthouse Point Josh DAmaro

D’Amaro shared that work has begun on Disney’s second island destination in the Bahamas, located on the island of Eleuthera at a place called Lighthouse Point, unveiling new details and concept art for the D23 audience.

DCL Lighthouse Point Aerial 2022 Concept Rendering
2022 Lighthouse Point Conceputual Rendering

“This new destination is inspired by the stories of the Bahamas, and we’re committed to preserving and protecting the natural environment throughout this project,” D’Amaro said.

Disney is working closely with Bahamian artists and advisors to create a destination that represents the natural beauty and rich culture of the Bahamas, brought to life through Disney storytelling and the unparalleled service of local cast and crew.

New renderings show a vibrant beach retreat infused with the color and energy of Bahamian artistry. In addition to the pristine beaches, families will enjoy a recreation center, dining, shopping, a water playground, a cultural pavilion and more.

Disney has committed to develop less than 20 percent of the property; supply 90% of the site’s power from solar energy; employ sustainable building practices; and donate more than 190 acres of privately owned land to the government. Environmental management programs have already been established and will continue throughout construction and into operation.

Finally, let’s take a closer look at the conceptual aerial rendering for Disney’s Lighthouse Point by comparing the difference from the rendering originally released in 2019.

10 Replies to “New Renderings Released for Disney Cruise LIne’s Lighthouse Point Development Shared at D23 Expo 2022”

  1. Jo

    @ Cathy, It looks more like a circus then a beautiful, natural environment. They did only as much as needed to Castaway. I do agree with the person who said they are trying to compete with RCCL. They should stay in their own lane. I think the Wish proves that.

    1. Jake Cossley

      Good, hopefully its the Wish, Treasure and the 3rd Triton class ships, because they all belong over at Lighthouse Point as they are filled with hype rather than the traditional Disney Cruising from the original 4 ships. You can have the Triton class.


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