New Disney cruise ship sets sail

PORT CANAVERAL, Fla. — The newest cruise ship to join the Disney fleet has set sail on its “christening cruise” from Port Canaveral, Fla., to Disney’s private destination of Castaway Cay in the Bahamas. Disney Wish is the fifth ship in the company’s cruise fleet and the first redesigned ship to be launched in a decade.

To celebrate this milestone, ABC’s Michael Koenigs and his family embarked on a three-day adventure aboard the ‘Disney Wish’ and experienced all the new magic the sailing ship had to offer.

The German-built 1,119-foot ship features 15 adventure decks, including ten pools and water areas featuring Mickey Mouse, the Toy Story cast and other characters. The ship also features Disney’s first-ever sea attraction, the 760-foot waterslide called AquaMouse.

Disney Wish offers a variety of unique dining experiences, including a Frozen themed theater festival set in the Kingdom of Arendelle. Another restaurant invites guests to help Ant-Man and the Wasp during the cinematic dining experience, Avengers: Quantum Encounter.

For those looking for grown-up cocktails, Star Wars: Hyperspace Lounge transports guests via a high-end bar during a one-of-a-kind tour of a galaxy far, far away.

ABC Localish spoke to Josh D’Amaro, chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences, and Products. “I’m very proud today to walk through the Grand Hall for the first time and to see the cast and guests on board gives me goosebumps,” says D’Amaro. “I’ve been here for almost 25 years, I love this place, I love the cast, I love Disney.”

Disney is the parent company of ABC Localish. New Disney cruise ship sets sail

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