Disney to Open Cruise Line Experience in Southeast Asia!

by Ernest Yap
Disney Cruise Ship Southeast Asia
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Great news to everyone in Southeast Asia who wished to board the magical cruise adventure!

The Mouse Company in partnership with Singapore Tourism Board (STB) announced a plan to homeport a new ship exclusively in the city-state for at least five years starting in 2025.

For the first time, Southeast Asians can now finally enjoy a Disney Cruise Line experience, and a special ship awaits them!

The soon-to-be-titled ship will be the largest in the Disney Cruise Line fleet, Singapore’s minister for transport and minister-in-charge of trade relations S. Iswaran shared in the event as reported by CNA.

“It is the largest cruise ship that we in Singapore will welcome to our shores. By all accounts, this is a major milestone in the evolution of our cruise industry,” he stated.

Disney Cruise Ship Southeast Asia

The ship will have an estimated passenger capacity of 6,000 and around 2,300 crew members. Projected to attract millions of local and foreign cruise passengers over the five-year period.

“This is a very exciting year for The Walt Disney Company — 2023 marks our 100th anniversary,” said Disney Parks, Experiences, and Products chairman Josh D’Amaro.

“As part of this, Disney Cruise Line is currently undergoing an ambitious expansion with new ships and new destinations around the world,” he continued. “The new Disney cruise ship will be an attraction itself and is expected to boost the tourism sector in Singapore for many years to come..

Southeast Asians who want to experience the Disney Cruise Line can expect unique Disney experiences on board such as Broadway-style shows, character interactions, themed restaurants, kid clubs, and spas, among others.

Currently, it has a fleet of five ships named Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy, and Disney Wish with destinations such as the Bahamas, the Caribbean, Europe, Alaska, Mexico, Canada, Hawaii, the South Pacific, Australia, and New Zealand.

Three more vessels are set to be unveiled, and the ship to be homeported in Singapore will be the seventh to launch.

Are you excited for this news? Tell us in the comments!

Photos featured are from Handouts/Disney Cruise Line

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