The ships, anonymous for the time being, are scheduled to set sail in 2021, 2022 and 2023.
The Disney Cruise Line has plans for three new vessels, expanding its swift of extravagance luxury ships to seven.
The three new ships will be the biggest in the swift at around 140,000 gross tons each and with around 1,250 visitor staterooms. The ships, anonymous for the present, are scheduled to set sail in 2021, 2022 and 2023.
The new ships will maintain the Disney style but have some unique touches. Disney said the new ships will offer more innovation, new technologies and more Disney stories and characters than ever before.
It’s indistinct if the new ships will incorporate the unmistakable yellow rafts seen on the present swift. Disney was allowed unique permission by the U.S. Coast Guard to utilize a color other than the regulation orange – to save the Mickey Mouse shading palette of red, yellow and dark.
The present swift incorporates the Disney Magic, the most established ship in the fleet at 21 years, the Disney Wonder (1999), the Disney Dream (2011) and the Disney Fantasy (2012).
The developing swift will keep on calling Port Canaveral, Florida, its home port, where it has its own uniquely designed cruise terminal.
Fun Facts about the Disney Fleet
Height: The Disney Dream and the Disney Fantasy are longer than the Eiffel Tower is tall.
Length: The Disney Magic and Disney Wonder are every more drawn out than Main Street U.S.A at the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World.
Horn signals: Disney Cruise Line ships utilize the initial seven notes of the “When You Wish Upon a Star” tune song as their horn signals
Stay: The Disney Magic’s grapple weighs 28,200 pounds – about equivalent to three full-developed elephants.
Firecrackers: Disney Cruise Line was the principal journey line to introduce a firecrackers display at sea.
Water salver: The Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy were the first cruise liners to have a water coaster at sea.