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Disney River Cruise Guests Will Get Sneak Peek of New Ship Disney Wish
Adventures by Disney Rhine River Cruises (Photo: Adventures by Disney)

Disney River Cruise Guests Will Get Sneak Peek of New Ship Disney Wish

Disney River Cruise Guests Will Get Sneak Peek of New Ship Disney Wish
Adventures by Disney Rhine River Cruises (Photo: Adventures by Disney)

January 22, 2020

Fran Golden
By Fran Golden
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You don't have to wait until January 2022 to catch a glimpse of Disney Cruise Line's fifth ship Disney Wish. A new Adventures by Disney river cruise excursion in 2021 will get you to the German shipyard, where the ship is under construction, for an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour.
Passengers on any of the nine Adventures by Disney cruises on the Rhine River in 2021, can book a full-day excursion from Amsterdam to the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany, for $499 per person (including lunch). At the shipyard, a Disney Imagineer will lead a private hard-hat tour and Q&A session.
The eight-day Rhine cruises visit are between Basel, Switzerland and Amsterdam (with an overnight stay) aboard the chartered AmaMora or AmaSiena. The departures for the sailings are late May through August 2021.
Adventures by Disney also announced its expanded European river cruise portfolio for 2021, with 30 sailings along the Rhine, Danube, Rhone and Seine. In addition to cruises geared towards families with kids, the company is also back with adult (age 18 and up) sailings such as Food and Wine and Oktoberfest-themed cruises. There are also holiday sailings that visit Europe's Christmas markets.
Bookings open to the public on January 29 (and to past Adventures by Disney guests on January 27).
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