On March 11, 2023, Ems-Dollart Media shared a video showing the Disney Treasure’s funnel and bow thrusters staged outside Hall 6 at the Meyer Werft’s shipyard in Papenburg, Germany.
Special thanks to Ems-Dollart Media for continuing to keep us up to date on the progress of the new Disney Cruise ship builds. Check out their Instagram account for some more updates as they are posted.
The funnel and bow thrusters were originally delivered to the shipyard in early February.
Additionally, this week the Disney Treasure’s floating engine room unit (FERU) departed NEPTUN WERFT in Rostock, Germany in route to Papenburg. The photos of the conveyance I received are not cleared to publish, but you can track the conveyance via AIS. The FERU is currently named “LSE CASCO PROJECT” and is being towed by tugs: FAIRPLAY 31 with the assistance of FAIRPLAY INAGU.
Disney Treasure Construction Updates
Meyer Werft – Papenburg, Germany
- November 27, 2022 – First Hull Block Arrives at Meyer Werft
- February 9, 2023 – Bow Thrusters and A Funnel Transported to the Meyer Werft Shipyard
- February 14, 2023 – Mid Section Hull Blocks Arrive at the Meyer Werft Shipyard
- February 22, 2023 – Bulbous Bow Delivered to Meyer Werft
- February 27, 2023 – Bulbous Bow Enters Hall 6
- February 27, 2023 – Mid Section Delivered to Meyer Werft
- March 11, 2023 – Funnel and Bow Thrusters Staged Outside Hall 6 at Meyer Werft with FERU Conveyance Underway from Rostock