Mickey Mouse and friends will call Singapore their very first Southeast Asian home port from the year 2025, as part of a five-year partnership between Singapore Tourism Board and Disney Cruise Line.
2023 marks Disney’s 100th anniversary with plans to undergo an ambitious expansion with new ships and destinations worldwide. Currently, the cruise operates five ships at destinations including the Caribbean, Australia, Europe, and three more in the works.
The ship will dock at the Marina Bay Cruise Centre – one of Asia’s largest cruise terminals – and will run on green methanol, a low-emission fuel, to keep things green. Currently unnamed, it is said to be able to host up to 6,000 passengers and 2,300 crew members, making it one of the largest cruise ships in the world. The ship also measures 1,122 feet in length and 208,000 gross tons, making it the world’s largest passenger capacity for a cruise ship.
Expect Disney-themed restaurants, interactive theatre shows, Disney kid clubs and more. The ship will also feature funnels in the classic Mickey red.
“Disney Cruise Line is where magic meets the sea.”
So, it doesn't matter whether you’re a Disney fanatic or just looking to relive your childhood – with Disney showing up at our shores, we’re all in for a magical time.