If you want a star, your wish can come true. That is, if you have to ride aboard the newest and largest ship on the Disney Cruise Line – Disney Wish.
The first voyage of the ship is scheduled for the summer of 2022, Disney announced on Thursday.
The desire will weigh about 144,000 gross tons and will include 1,250 cabins, according to Disney. This makes it a little bigger than the current Disney ships ̵
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Otherwise, Disney was mostly silent about the comfort of the ship. The company showed a rendering of a three-story atrium inspired by fairy tales. There will be a picture of Rapunzel on the stern, which, according to Disney, embodies the desire to see the world.
The cruise line also plans to launch on more ships the same size as desired.
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“Each ship on the Disney cruise line is unique, with a name that embodies the excitement of sailing with Disney and the power of our stories,” Disney CEO Bob Chapek said in a written statement earlier. “The new ships will have the experiences our guests love, as well as a whole new magic.”
Disney had planned to set sail for Wish in early 2022, but his original voyage was postponed to this summer due to delays related to a pandemic at a shipyard in Germany, according to the company.
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This is not the only cruise line that has failed as a result of COVID-19. The CDC has issued a waiver order at least until the end of this month, and in some parts of the world a limited number of cruise ships have only recently returned to lower-capacity voyages and introduced new health and safety precautions.
Even if the CDC order is canceled at the end of October, Disney’s cruise line will stop all departures at least until December 6.
Disney has not yet said where Wish will sail, but its current fleet of four ships has routes that include Hawaii, the Caribbean, the Bahamas, Baha California, the Pacific Coast and the Panama Canal in early 2022.