Disney adds third newbuild at Meyer Werft-all LNG ships

Patrice Gainsbourg
Julho 17, 2017

During the Disney Parks & Resorts panel at D23 Expo 2017 this afternoon, chairman Bob Chapek announced that Toy Story Land will officially open at Disney Hollywood Studios in summer of 2018, though he didn't provide a specific date.

The Land will differ considerably from the existing Toy Story Lands in Hong Kong and Paris, the premise remains the same: guests shrink to the size of a toy to explore the world with favourite Toy Story characters, including Woody and Buzz, according to the Disney blogpost. The news came as a surprise during an announcement in California, U.S. The seventh ship will be built at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg Germany just like all its previous vessels. Those are slated to launch in 2021 and 2023.

Disney also confirmed the ships will run on LNG. The three new ships will be powered by clean-burning liquefied natural gas and be the same size - approximately 135,000 gross tons with about 1,250 guest staterooms planned - which is slightly larger than the newest Disney Cruise Line ships, the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy.

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"All ship names, design plans and itineraries are still in development, with each of the ships expected to have their own unique experiences", the statement said. The seventh ship will be built at the same shipyard and is scheduled to be completed in 2022.

Since first setting sail in 1998, Disney Cruise Line has provided a quintessential family cruise vacation experience that combines the magic of Disney with the wonder of exploring different parts of the world.

Attention all current and future Disney Cruise Line fans! The larger Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy followed in 2011 and 2012.

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