Disney Wish (2021)

Disney Wish, hull number s.705, will be built at Meyer Wreft in Germany with delivery slated for late-2021 and first sailing in January 2022.

DCL Disney Wish Rendering
The Disney Cruise Line fleet has the most beautiful ships at sea and the Disney Wish, setting sail in early 2022, will be no exception. This rendering depicts the magnificent exterior of the fifth Disney ship that will elevate family cruise vacations to a whole new level. (Disney)

The fifth ship will be powered by clean-burning liquefied natural gas and be the same as ships 6 & 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. The new build was announced by Bob Iger during the 2016 Walt Disney Company Annual Meeting of Shareholders.

During the 2019 D23 Expo, Bob Chapek announced the ship will be named the Disney Wish.

During a June 2018 Port Canaveral meeting, it was mentioned a third Disney Cruise ship would homeport at Port Canaveral beginning January 2022.

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

20190123 Port Canaveral Project Triton Class CT10 Waterside Project

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: TBA
  • Named: August 25, 2019
  • Steel Cutting: November 2019 (estimated)
  • Keel Laying: TBA
  • Delivery: Late-2021
  • Christened: TBA
  • Maiden Voyage: January 2022
  • Ship Builder: Meyer Werft (Papenburg, Germany)
  • Hull Number: s.705
  • Sister Ship: Disney Cruise Ship #6 and Disney Cruise Ship #7

Itineraries

To be announced…