Disney Treasure (2024)

Disney Treasure, hull number 718, will be built at Meyer Werft in Germany and was originally scheduled to launch in 2022. The sixth ship will be powered by clean-burning liquefied natural gas and be the same as the Disney Wish and ship 7 – 343 meters, approximately 140,000 gross tons with 1,250 guest staterooms planned for a maximum 4000 passengers – which is slightly larger than the Dream class. Click here for the announcement. The Disney Treasure is based on the theme of “adventure” and will feature an Aladdin themed Grand Hall design.

DCL Disney Treasure Reveal D23 Expo 2022
Announced as Disney Treasure during D23 Expo 2022

Due to the pandemic, the delivery for the ship was pushed to 2024.

DCL 2021 2022 2023 New Construction Rendering

Triton Class confirmed as the project name for Disney Cruise Line’s LNG-Powered new builds.

Ship Stats

  • Ship’s Registry: Bahamas
  • Gross Tonnage: 140,000 tons | Length: 1119.19 feet | Beam: 127.95 feet | Draft: 28.22 feet | Height: TBA feet
  • Speed – Cruising: TBA knots • Max: TBA knots
  • Capacity – Passenger: 4000 • Crew: TBA
  • Passenger Decks – TBA
  • Staterooms – Total: About 1,250 | Inside: TBA | Outside – Verandah: TBA Ocean View: TBA

Fun Facts

  • Lobby Statue: TBA
  • Godmother/Godchildren: TBA
  • Named: September 11, 2022
  • Steel Cutting: TBA
  • Keel Laying: TBA
  • Itineraries Announced: TBA
  • Float Out: TBA
  • Ems River Conveyance: TBA
  • Sea Trials: TBA
  • Delivery: TBA
  • Port Canaveral Arrival: TBA
  • Christened: TBA
  • Maiden Voyage: TBA – 2024
  • Pre-Maiden Voyages: TBA
  • Ship Builder: Meyer Werft (Papenburg, Germany)
  • Hull Number: 718
  • Sister Ship: Disney Wish and Disney Cruise Ship #7

Construction Milestones

Neptun Werft – Rostock, Germany
Floating Engine Room Construction

Meyer Werft – Papenburg, Germany
Major Construction

Meyer Werft – Papenburg, Germany
Float Out and Beyond

Sea Trials

Dry Dock History

  1. TBA

Itineraries

To be announced…