Announced at the D23 Expo in 2019, Disney’s fifth cruise ship will be named the “Disney Wish”. As with all Disney cruise ships, the new ship will have a character in the back of the ship “painting” the logo. The Disney Wish will have Rapunzel! The new ship will be ready to set sail in
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While the amount of news that came out of this year’s D23 Expo in Anaheim for Disney Parks and Resorts is massive, I believe it’s just the tip of the iceberg. Competition between Universal and Disney is at a fever pitch, not to mention the demand for themed entertainment globally is at an all-time high.
Admittedly, I am a bit of a Disney Cruise addict. After going on over 15 sailings at this point, being on a Disney Cruise ship feels like home. So there I was on the Disney Wonder, watching The Golden Mickeys for what feels like the dozenth time and my jaw drops. Within the first five
Originally announced at the 2016 Walt Disney Company Annual Shareholders meeting, Bob Iger told investors that two new ships would be joining the Disney Cruise Line fleet. It turns out that they decided to up the ante by adding a 3rd new cruise ship to the existing fleet, bringing the number of Disney Cruise Line
While recently traveling on the Disney Wonder, I was treated to some concept art I had never seen before during the Pirates in the Caribbean Deck Party. Dozens of photos from Shanghai Disneyland’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Battle for the Sunken Treasure. I’ll start this article off with an apology, as the angles on some
Upon first glance, the new Crown & Fin Pub aboard the Disney Wonder cruise ship is an extremely well-themed British pub and nothing more. Upon entering the Crown & Finn Pub, most patrons won’t even notices the dozens of nods to British Disney films on the walls and shelves. However, sharp-eyed Disney nerds will pick
In June 1998, the Disney Cruise Line was founded and the Disney Magic took its inaugural sailing out of Port Canaveral. An integral part of Disney’s newest line of business was to have their own private island that they could design and ultimately control the quality of the experience. While the 1,000-acre island isn’t owned