Disney Cruise Line has announced plans to add a second island destination in the Bahamas and is expected to rename its upcoming ship Disney Treasure.
Disney Treasure, the second of three ships in the Wish-class, is scheduled for completion in 2024. By 2026, all three ships are expected to be launched.
Each Wish-class ship has 1,254 cabins and is propelled by liquefied natural gas. The first ship of the Wish-class, Disney Wish, was launched in July of this year.
“A brand-new motif unlike anything Disney Cruise Line has done before” will be used in the design of Disney Treasure.
Josh D’Amaro, chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences, and Products, said: “At the heart of every adventure, there’s a treasure, and we can’t wait for you to create memories aboard this spectacular ship.”
Additionally, he disclosed that construction has begun on Disney’s second island resort in the Bahamas, which is situated on the island of Eleuthera. The new construction will be at the island’s Lighthouse Point.
At the location, visitors may also take advantage of a recreation area, dining options, shopping, a water playground, and a cultural pavilion.
To develop “a destination that represents the natural beauty and rich culture of the Bahamas, brought to life through Disney stories,” Disney is collaborating closely with Bahamian artists and advisors.
The line has promised to use “sustainable building practices” and provide 90% of the site’s power from solar energy. Additionally, it will provide the government of the Bahamas more than 190 acres of privately owned land.
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