Disney Cruise Ship 6 and 7 Launch Dates Slip to 2024 and 2025

During the Q&A portion of The Walt Disney Company’s Fiscal Full Year and Fourth Quarter 2020 Financial Results Conference Call on November 12th, Bob Chapek, Chief Executive Officer, addressed the Continue Reading →

Meyer Werft Emerges 2018 as an LNG-Powered Cruise Shipbuilding Pioneer

Meyer Werft, the shipbuilder of the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy, as well as the upcoming LNG-powered ships emerged from 2018 as a pioneer delivering the first ever LNG-powered cruise 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 →

Port Canaveral Expecting LNG Fueled Cruise Ships to Homeport by 2021 or 2022

Over the weekend, at the 2017 International Propeller Club’s Annual Convention, Port Canaveral’s CEO, Joh Murray revealed the port expects to have one or more liquefied natural gas (LNG) fueled Continue Reading →