Disney Treasure exterior. Copyright Disney

Disney Reveals Details About Their Newest Ship, The Treasure

Disney just announced a boatload of details about its newest cruise ship, the Disney Treasure. A sister ship to the Disney Wish, the Treasure will sail on 7-night voyages starting in December 2024.

Reservations will be available first to Castaway Club members:

  • Pearl
    September 12, 2023
  • Platinum
    September 13, 2023
  • Gold
  • September 14, 2024
  • Silver
    September 19, 2024

First-time cruisers may book starting September 20, 2024.

The new ship is stunning. And while it does have the same footprint as the Magic, there are plenty of new offerings.

The Grand Hall

I can’t wait to see this one in person. The atrium’s blues, golds, and greens are striking. It features a gold chandelier and a statue of Aladdin and Jasmine atop their magic carpet.

Disney Treasure Grand Hall. Copyright Disney

Plaza de Coco

This Coco-inspired restaurant offers Mexican cuisine and two unique shows. You’ll be entertained by mariachis at your first seating. The plaza will transform into a Dia de los Muertos celebration for your second visit.

Plaza de Coco is in the same location as Arrendelle on the Disney Wish.

Plaza de Coco on Disney Treasure. Copyright Disney
Plaza de Coco on Disney Treasure. Copyright Disney
Plaza de Coco on Disney Treasure. Copyright Disney

The other main dining venues will be the same as those on the Wish. Since it’s a 7-night cruise, World of Marvel will add a new show for your second seating, joining the existing Avengers: Quantum Encounter. Be sure to have those cameras ready when Spider-Man shows up after your meal.

1923, named for the year The Walt Disney Studios was founded, celebrates old Hollywood. We love the studio props and artwork that decorate this dining room.

Marceline Market will still be a favorite for those wanting a variety of food choices. We regularly dined at Marceline for breakfast and lunch on a recent Wish cruise.

Finally, we had one of our favorite meals ever at Palo Steakhouse. Luckily for all of us, it’s available on the Treasure, as well. Make plans to eat at this incredible restaurant.

Fans of the Hyperspace Lounge will be disappointed to know that that venue is exclusive to the Wish. The only Star Wars-themed entertainment on the Treasure is Star Wars: Cargo Bay in the Oceaneer Club.


Sarabi, the sister venue to the Wish’s Luna, will have family-friendly activities during the day before switching over to adult-exclusive entertainment in the evening. I love the savanna-inspired decorations in this room.

Disney Treasure's Sarabi. Copyright Disney

Sarabi will most likely be the place you’ll want to go if you need to make any dining requests on embarkation day.

Skipper Society

Inspired by the Jungle Cruise, Skipper Society replaces The Bayou on the Wish. From Disney:

With tributes to skippers and their many adventures on the Nile, Amazon, Congo and other famous waterways, Skipper Society is the perfect place to sip back and relax.

I just hope the staff has plenty of groan-worthy puns at the ready.

Skipper Society on Disney Treasure. Copyright Disney

Periscope Pub

This pub will remind you of the classic Disney attraction, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea: Submarine Voyage. It offers craft brews, specialty drinks, and snacks. The “glass” ceiling reveals the ocean above. TVs will show live sports, a must for people like me. Periscope Pub replaces the Keg & Compass on the Disney Wish.

Thankfully, it looks much roomier than the ride.

Periscope Pub on Disney Treasure. Copyright Disney

Jumbeaux’s Sweets

From Disney:

Find the perfect treat at this larger-than-life ice cream parlor inspired by Jerry Jumbeaux Jr. from Zootopia. Bring an elephant-sized appetite as you browse a selection of more than 31 flavors of handmade gelato and ice cream, plus specialty treats, candies and more!

This brings up a good point about Disney Cruise food. Pace yourselves!

Disney Treasure's Jumbeaux's Sweets. Copyright Disney

Walt Disney Theatre Shows

Disney’s live entertainment is what sets it apart from all other cruise lines. Two favorites are returning to the Walt Disney Theatre on the Treasure: “Beauty and the Beast” and “Disney Seas the Adventure”. A third show will be announced in the future.

Beauty and the Beast on Disney Treasure. Copyright Disney
Disney Seas the Adventure on Disney Treasure. Copyright Disney


The AquaMouse was introduced on the Wish, but the Treasure’s version has an all-new story, a Mickey and Minnie Mouse short called Curse of the Golden Egg. We loved the Wish’s version of this ride. This one should be just as good. Mickey and Minnie shorts are the best.

Disney Treasure's AquaMouse. Copyright Disney

Kids Entertainment

Like every Disney ship, the Treasure offers world-class entertainment for younger sailors. It’s too bad it’s reserved for children. I’d be in there if I could.

Star Wars: Cargo Bay

Your kids will be able to interact with Star Wars characters in the Cargo Bay. My 5-year-old brain would’ve melted if I ever met Chewbacca. I did meet Peter Mayhew as an adult. The actor who played Chewbacca was a gentle giant of a man. Can you tell I like Chewy?

Okay, back to the kids.

Disney Treasure's Star Wars: Cargo Bay. Copyright Disney

Fairytale Hall

If your children prefer princesses, then the Treasure has them covered. Fairytale Hall immerses kids in their favorite movies, including Tangled, Beauty and the Beast, and Frozen. Visits from Disney Princesses have to be a huge hit.

Disney Treasure's Fairytale Hall. Copyright Disney

Marvel Super Hero Academy

Children ages 3 to 12 will team up with Marvel’s greatest, including Spider-Man, Black Panther, Ant-Man, and The Wasp to save the world from Marvel villains. Again, I’d love to do this…

Disney Treasure's Marvel Super Hero Academy. Copyright Disney


Disney staterooms are simply fantastic. I always sleep so well on Disney cruises (I need to figure out what mattresses they use). The cabins are comfortable and the in-room entertainment is top-notch, not that you’ll use it very much.

The Treasure’s staterooms are themed to many Disney and Pixar classics, including Aladdin, Up, Finding Nemo, Pocahontas, and Encanto.

Complete stateroom details and photos can be found here. The Tomorrow Tower Suite is mind-boggling.

Disney Treasure stateroom. Copyright Disney
Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah
Disney Treasure stateroom. Copyright Disney
Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah
Disney Treasure concierge 1-bedroom suite. Copyright Disney
Concierge 1-Bedroom Suite with Verandah
Disney Treasure concierge 1-bedroom suite. Copyright Disney
Concierge 1-Bedroom Suite with Verandah
Disney Treasure Standard Inside Stateroom. Copyright Disney
Standard Inside Stateroom
Disney Treasure Standard Inside Stateroom. Copyright Disney
Standard Inside Stateroom

Tomorrow Tower Suite

Now for accommodations that will remain forever out of my grasp, the Tomorrow Tower Suite. Inspired by EPCOT’s World Discovery neighborhood, this suite sleeps 8, is nearly 2,000 square feet, and features a full kitchen and a private elevator. It’s actually located INSIDE the forward funnel on the ship. I can’t imagine the views from its 2-story windows.

Disney Treasure's Tomorrow Tower Suite living room. Copyright Disney
Disney Treasure's Tomorrow Tower Suite bedroom. Copyright Disney
Disney Treasure's Tomorrow Tower Suite bathroom. Copyright Disney
Disney Treasure's Tomorrow Tower Suite children's bedroom. Copyright Disney

I can’t wait to sail on the Disney Treasure. While I’ll miss the Hyperspace Lounge on the Wish, I love what Disney unveiled today. My favorite? The Coco-themed restaurant. I love Mexican food and music. Seems like the perfect meal.

Need help knowing when you can reserve cruise activities? Our reservation calculator will make sure you’re ready when your booking date arrives.

Josh is a web designer and developer who enjoys writing about all things Disney and Universal. In a previous life, he performed in big bands, orchestras, and everything in between as a professional trombonist.