Ten Reasons to Book the Disney Treasure
The Disney Treasure will launch its maiden voyage on December 21st, 2024.
Disney Cruise Line is already accepting reservations for itineraries for the first six months of its next luxury family cruise ship. And you’ll want to go!
Here are ten reasons why you should book the Disney Treasure.
You can think of the Disney Treasure as a nautical tribute to Adventureland.
When you take a relaxing vacation on this cruise ship, you’ll marry your love of Disney with a rare opportunity to kick back and relax.
On the one hand, you’ll soak up the sun while you sit by the pool and bask in life’s simple pleasures.
On the other hand, you’ll vacation on a ship that includes characters and stories from Disney classics like 20,000 Leagues under the Sea, Aladdin, Coco, Moana, Mulan, Peter Pan, and Zootopia.
The Disney experience begins the moment you enter the Grand Hall for the first time and admire the gilded beauty inspired by Aladdin’s Agrabah.
As you explore the ship during your week-long adventure, you’ll notice how much the décor honors Disney tales of adventure.
You’re sailing on a shrine to Disney storytelling. What could be more magical than that?
The Coco Meals
Some Disney cruise ships host a series of restaurants. Guests eat at several of them as part of a process known as rotational dining.
You’ll spend your dinner at one of these eateries on each night of your cruise.
While everyone has a favorite, Disney has designed the Disney Wish and now the Disney Treasure with one dining highlight in mind.
At this restaurant, you’ll eat “in-the-round” around a concert stage. On this stage, cast members will sing and dance their way through a Disney story.
The Disney Wish hosts Arendelle: A Frozen Dining Adventure. The Disney Treasure elevates that premise even more with Plaza de Coco.
This Disney dinner show will come in two forms. On some nights, guests will watch a sort of sequel to the climactic events of Pixar’s Coco.
On other nights, Plaza de Coco will tell a new story wherein Miguel’s magical guitar summons his great-great-grandparents.
The reunited family spends Día de Los Muertos together. So, you’ll want to dine at Plaza de Coco twice during your cruise!
The Cruise Ship Attraction
Last year, the Disney Wish unveiled the cruise industry’s first themed attraction, the AquaMouse.
This water coaster carries guests around the outskirts of the cruise ship, providing panoramic views of the ocean.
That’s not even the best part, though. Disney has themed this ride to Mickey & Minnie Mouse, whose story is told via cartoons.
The Disney Treasure has upped the ante with AquaMouse: Curse of the Golden Egg.
On this version of AquaMouse, your favorite mouse couple experiences a grand adventure.
Mickey & Minnie participate in a treasure quest, which makes this the ideal story for the Disney Treasure!
The Evening Entertainment
We don’t have all the details yet, but we do know that the Disney Treasure will provide live entertainment each night.
Specifically, Beauty and the Beast and Disney Seas the Day will serve as two of the Disney Treasure’s Broadway-level nightly shows.
There’s a third entirely new show coming as well. Disney wasn’t ready to provide details on that one.
Still, you’ll spend several nights of your trip watching top-of-class Disney presentations. Better yet, they’re included for free with your cruise!
The Ice Cream and Candy Store
On the Disney Wish, guests satisfy their sweet tooth by eating at a candy shop inspired by Joy from Inside Out.
On the Disney Treasure, the same premise applies, but the theme is different.
Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde from Zootopia provide the inspiration here, and they’ll even appear in a sculpture at this restaurant, Jumbeaux’s Sweets.
Disney promises “20 flavors of handmade gelato, 16 flavors of ice cream and sorbets, specialty treats, candies and more.”
Families with children will have a hard time keeping the kids out of this place. It’s candy with a Zootopia theme!
The Marvel Meals
Like Plaza de Coco, Worlds of Marvel will mirror one of the most popular rotational dining options on the Disney Wish.
However, the entertainment on the Disney Treasure is objectively better.
I say this because Avengers: Quantum Encounter will run during some of the Worlds of Marvel dinners.
This instantly popular mini-movie shows popular Avengers like Sam Wilson, Kamala Khan, and Scott Lang square off against Ultron and a legion of Ultron-Bots.
Somehow, that’s not even the best part, though. On different nights, the Disney Treasure will host a new mini-movie…and this one stars Spider-Man!
Yes, the Webslinger will save the day somehow. We just don’t know the story yet. So, stay tuned on that one!
The Moana and Mulan Cafes
You’ll eat like royalty during any Disney cruise. The Disney Treasure appears ready to up the ante, though.
During your visit, you’ll enjoy a plethora of meal options far beyond the nightly rotational dining.
The cruise ship will host a pair of meticulously themed cafes celebrating two of Disney’s favorite Princesses.
At Heihei Café, fans can combine their love of Moana and a passion for Polynesian cuisine in a gorgeous Motunui-themed setting.
That’s Moana’s South Pacific homeland if you’ve forgotten! It’ll provide the inspiration for Heihei Café.
Meanwhile, fans of Mulan are in for a treat with the Jade Cricket Café, whose name refers to Cri-kee, the Fa Family’s lucky cricket.
A jade sculpture and a central moon gate will set the tone for this breathtaking restaurant.
Realistically, Disney fans will want to sample the flavors at both eateries. After all, who doesn’t love Moana or Mulan…or Heihei or Cri-kee?
The Periscope Pub
A long time ago, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea redefined what was possible with cinematic special effects.
Sure, that happened before Disneyland even opened, so it goes back a while.
Even so, this steampunk adventure from the mind of Jules Verne has defined 19th-century literature and a certain style of Disney filmmaking.
That’s why I’m so excited about the Periscope Pub, a bar that brings submarine steampunk to life.
Your underwater view will make you feel like you’re recreating scenes from The Meg, but this is Disney, so you’re perfectly safe from shark attacks!
Instead, you can drink and admire the view as if you’ve joined James Cameron on a deep-sea adventure. Who wouldn’t want to do that?
The Play Areas and Babysitting
Look, you love your kids and enjoy spending time with them.
Let’s say the quiet part loud, though. When you’re on vacation, you sometimes prefer some alone time spent reminding yourself you’re an adult.
There’s only so much Bluey a human being can watch. You’re paying for this cruise, and you deserve a break to enjoy it!
Thankfully, Disney has you covered with It’s a Small World Nursery, a glorified babysitting service.
For older kids, the Oceaneer Club will provide all sorts of Disney-related fun. Kids can even learn more about how Disney creates its magic!
Thanks to these children’s play zones and babysitting options, you can nurture an adult beverage and bask in a rare amount of guilt-free quiet time.
That’s reason enough to book a Disney cruise right there!
The Skipper Society
As a Jungle Cruise fanatic, I’ve saved the best for last. At least, that’s how I feel.
The Disney Treasure will host a themed lounge that explores the world of Jungle Cruise.
Yes, you’ll immerse yourself in a world of unfortunate misadventures and horrible puns while you drink and embrace your Disney fandom.
The Skipper Society is like a combination of Skipper Canteen and the Jungle Cruise movie starring Emily Blunt and The Rock.
You’re actually sailing at sea while you’re relishing all the dad jokes that comprise the spirit of Jungle Cruise.
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