Disney Takes Delivery of the DISNEY WISH in Germany

The Disney Cruise Line welcomed its newest addition to its fleet, the DISNEY WISH, in Bremerhaven, Germany. Meyer Werft, the German Shipbuilder, delivered the cruise in a traditional handover ceremony. The DISNEY WISH will now travel across the Atlantic and arrive at its new homeport in Port Canaveral, where it will enter service on July 14th.

DISNEY WISH is the fifth cruise vessel in Disney’s fleet and is the largest so far. The cruise is 1,119 ft long and has 1,250 cabins that can accommodate more than 2,500 passengers. The vessel also features many other highlights, including a 230 m Aqua Mouse Water slide on board, a Toy story splash zone in a deck with six pools, and the “Wish Tower Suite,” the first-ever suite inside a smokestack, restaurants, smoothie bars and more. This new vessel is powered by LNG and is equipped with technologies to make it more environmentally sound while keeping up with Disney’s legacy of making the journey an immersive experience for the passenger.

This vessel is the first to join Disney’s fleet in over 10 years. The last two, the DISNEY DREAM and the DISNEY FANTASY, were delivered by Meyer Werft in 2011 and 2012, respectively. This vessel is one of three that Disney has commissioned at Meyer Werft. The Other two ships are scheduled to be delivered in 2024 and 2025.

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