Disney Cruise Line will add three 140,000-gross-ton ships to its fleet starting in 2021, with the second ship launching in 2022. All three ships will have 1,250 cabins and be fueled by environmentally friendly liquefied natural gas.
No details have been revealed about the ships yet, but you can expect them to feature several dining venues, top-deck water fun and a selection of adults-only spaces for parents who need kid-free time.
The three ships are being built at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany.
Holds less than 3,000 cruisers; highlights include the Broadway-caliber "Tangled the Musical," AquaDuck water coaster and water park with toddler splash zone.
Holds less than 3,000; highlights include the Broadway-caliber "Frozen" musical, the New Orleans-inspired Tiana's Place restaurant and character meet-and-greets.
Princess and Mickey Mouse meet-and-greets, paintings that come to life, a water coaster at sea, Star Wars-themed kids play area and top-notch Disney stage shows.
A child's wonderland with magical portholes, the AquaDuck water coaster and princess makeovers, but plenty of adults-only spots as well; 4,000 cruisers.