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New Video Shows Disney Treasure Funnel and Bow Thrusters Arrive at Meyer Werft Shipyard

Disney Treasure Funnel and Bow Thrusters

Construction on Disney’s next custom-built cruise ship, the Disney Treasure, is quickly progressing and there is a new video showing the arrival of the ship’s funnel and bow thrusters to the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany.

The Video

Ems-Dollart Media, which produces films and documentaries about engineering excellence, has released a video showing the funnel and bow thrusters for the Disney Treasure arriving at the Meyer Werft shipyard in German so they can be added to the ship’s frame.

The video is a short 2.37 minutes since the arrival is sped up, but it’s cool to see these pieces before they become part of the greater picture of the completed ship.

Take a look:

The first section of the ship arrived two months ago:

The Treasure

The Disney Treasure’s name was announced last year at D23 Expo, where we also learned Imagineers have dreamed up a new design concept inspired by the theme of adventure, celebrating Walt Disney’s lifelong love of exploration.

The Grand Hall is a three-story atrium inspired by the grandeur and mystery of a gilded palace. The centerpiece will be a statue featuring Aladdin, Jasmine, and their Magic Carpet.

The Disney Treasure is the second in a trio of new ships that includes the Disney Wish, that emphasizes fuel efficiency and energy conservation features.

The ship is set to debut in the Disney Cruise Line fleet in 2024, to be followed by the third of the trio, along with a recently acquired ship in 2025.

Speaking of the Wish, if you missed last month’s National Geographic TV special “Making the Wish: Disney’s Newest Cruise Ship,” it will debut on Disney+ on Friday, February 17.