Steel Cutting for First of Disney’s Three LNG-Powered Builds Scheduled to Start in November

During today’s Port Canaveral Commission Meeting, Captain John Murray, the port’s CEO revealed steel cutting for the first of Disney Cruise Line’s three new LNG-powered ships at Meyer Werft was Continue Reading →

Disney Cruise Line Flag Raised at Meyer Werft

Yo ho, all hands Hoist the colors high On December 5th, the Disney Cruise Line flag was raised for the second time at Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. The Continue Reading →

Disney Cruise Line Blog Podcast – Episode 38: Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) at Port Canaveral

On this podcast episode I’ll share some audio from a recent Port Canaveral meeting where the board discussed liquified natural gas (LNG) and shed some light on when we may see Continue Reading →

Port Canaveral CEO Reveals DCL to Homeport at Least 2 of the New LNG Fueled Cruise Ships Beginning Late 2021

During the Port Canaveral Commission Meeting on August 29, 2018, the port’s CEO John Murray revealed some additional details for Disney Cruise Line’s new builds. While discussing Port Canaveral’s plans Continue Reading →

Meyer Werft Hull Numbers 705, 718, and 706 Assigned to Disney Cruise Line’s New Builds

Since Disney’s announcement to expand the fleet to six, then shortly after 7 ships we’ve all been on the edge of our seats waiting for the next bit of news. A Continue Reading →