Disney Treasure Cruise Ship Ultimate Guide to What’s Onboard

Disney Treasure Cruise Ship Ultimate Guide to What’s Onboard

The Disney Treasure Cruise Ship sets sail in December of 2024 and adds to the Disney Cruise Line’s fleet as it’s sixth ship. Aptly named the Disney Treasure, this ship features a theme of adventure to destinations in the Eastern and Western Caribbean Seas. Joining the Disney Wish, Disney Fantasy, Disney Dream, Disney Wonder, and Disney Magic you can count on unique experiences onboard, with exclusive dining and entertainment to fill your cruise vacation. Joining the Disney Wish as the second in a set of three Triton Class ships the Disney Treasure Ship boasts 14 decks and a tower suite. Along with themed lounges, a new AquaMouse ride, a Coco Restaurant, a Moana Coffee Bar, and more!

As with all Disney Cruise Line Ships, from the second you step onboard, you feel transported to a different time and place, and the Disney Treasure is no different. Featuring an Aladdin and Jasmine statue in the grand hall and filled with familiar Disney stories of adventure, here’s everything you need to know about the Disney Treasure Cruise Ship.

Disney Treasure Cruise Ship

Disney Treasure Ship 2024

Whether you’re a seasoned Disney cruiser, or hoping to take your first Disney Cruise on the Disney Treasure, you’re in for magic and adventure. The Disney Treasure features characters, spaces, and decor highlighting Aladdin, Coco, Moana, Haunted Mansion, Mulan and more. If it’s a Disney character or film with Adventure, it has a home on this new Disney Cruise Ship. As KEY components of what we’ll see on this new ship, these characters and stories are present in the form of restaurants, play spaces, lounges, and more. Check out the Disney Treasure Shipbuilding Log on Disney Parks Blog for insight and details of its progress along the way.

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Disney Treasure Maiden Voyage | December 21, 2024

As the newest ship, the Disney Treasure is a sister ship to the Disney Wish. These two shops are Triton Class ships, making them the largest ships in the Disney Cruise Line Fleet.

When is the Disney Treasure Maiden Voyage?

The Inaugural Sailing of the Disney Treasure sets sail on December 21, 2024, from Port Canaveral for a 7-night Voyage. Book the Disney Treasure Maiden Voyage on the Disney Cruise Website.

Disney Treasure

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What Character is on the Bow of the Disney Treasure Cruise Ship?

Every Disney Cruise Ship has a character on the bow of the ship. On this ship, Voyager Minnie, fashioned after the gold medallion placed under the keel of the ship, is the character on the bow of the Disney Treasure.

What Character is on the Stern of the Disney Treasure Cruise Ship?

Each Disney Cruise ship is recognizable not only by the name on the ship but also by the unique character statues that are fixed to the stern on the ship! In fact it’s such a fun feature of Disney Cruise Line ships. And as a ship harnessing the fun of adventure, it’s only fitting that Peter Pan and Captain Hook are the Disney Treasure Characters on the Stern of the Disney Treasure. Complete with some pixie dust from Tinkerbell, you can see Captain Hook scowling as Peter dresses up the ship!

How Big is the Disney Treasure Cruise Ship?

As one of the larger ships in the Disney Cruise Line Ship Fleet, the Disney Treasure is the same size as the Disney Wish Cruise Ship, featuring 1256 guest staterooms and 15 decks. And the 15th deck, is technically, just inside the funnel as the second floor of the Tomorrow Tower Suite. Laid out similarly to the Disney Wish, the Disney Treasure, feels expansive. A massive grand lobby fits the main staircase, and show stage as well as enough space for things like the Royal Princess Gathering Meet and Greet.

How Many Passengers Fit on the Disney Treasure?

One of the best parts of a Disney Cruise, unlike a Disney Parks vacation, is that there are typically LESS people to contend with. And luckily cruise ships have capacity limits to help you have a pleasant trip onboard. As one of the bigger ships, just like the Disney Wish, the Disney Treasure can hold about 4000 passengers. It may not however, always be booked to that number of people.

Disney Treasure Song By Jordin Sparks

Live the Adventure, sung by Jordin Sparks, welcomes the adventure, and treasure that awaits on Disney’s Treasure Cruise Ship. Inspired by Walt Disney himself, this song embraces all the travel, journeys, wonder and magic ahead. You can count on hearing this song as part of your cruise, and most like the instrumentals will be used as an amazing soundtrack backdrop to all the new things onboard the ship. The original song was written by Dewain Whitmore, Jr. and Chantry Johnson and produced by Brandon N. Caddell

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Dsiney Treasure Grand Hall

Disney Treasure Atrium Lobby

As you can see from the rendering of the grand hall on the Disney Treasure decor features elements found in the Middle East. Elephants, and flowers are weaved into the carpet design graphics. And Moroccan tiles and gold details cover the surfaces of the interior. The Disney Treasure Grand Hall is elegant, and covered in teals, gold, and greens. And much of the ship features elements from Disney’s most adventurous stories; The Jungle Book, Pocahontas, Coco, Moana, Peter Pan, Mulan, Aladdin, The Lion King, and Encanto are all represented here.

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Who is the Disney Character Statue in the Grand Hall on the Disney Treasure Cruise Ship?

One of out favorite things on any Disney Cruise Ship is the grand lobby statue. On the Disney Wish you can find Cinderella, on the Disney Wonder, you can find Ariel, and on the Disney Fantasy you can see Mademoiselle Minnie Mouse. The Disney Treasure Statue in the Grand Lobby is Aladdin, Jasmine and Magic Carpet. This trio is set for a whole new world, and makes a gorgeous addition to the gilded interior design.

The Grand Hall Stage

As part of the entertainment options onboard the Disney Treasure, performers, characters, and friends will take over the Grand Hall. The Grand Hall Stage serves as a fun entertainment space throughout the day and night featuring Disney characters. As part of the main lobby space, this stage may showcase the Disney Character game ” Whose Behind the Curtain,” where guests can guess which Disney character may be hidden. We experienced this stage and the game on the Disney Wish and it was a wonderful addition to our cruise. It’s also the space where you can meet characters, meet the princesses in the Royal Gathering, and more. This stage will also host the captain and any crew that share news about the trip. And on specialty cruises, you can see the character parade in this space.

Disney Treasure Deck Map

You can find the interactive Disney Treasure Cruise Ship Deck Map on the website. And while an official map has not yet been released you can see the Disney Treasure Deck Map here.  

Where is Everything on the Disney Treasure Cruise Ship?

One of the toughest parts of any Disney Cruise Vacation is taking the time to learn the ship. And on shorter excursions, like 3 or 4 days, it’s almost impossible to learn the layout and still have time to enjoy it. As such here is the layout of everything on the Disney Treasure on each Deck, so you know where to go to eat, play, and stay. Here is the Disney Cruise Deck Map for Each Deck on the Disney Treasure.

Disney Cruise Ship Deck by Deck

Deck 1: Health Corridor, Tender Lobby, Primarily for Disembarking at Port.
Deck 2: Oceaneer Club, including the Marvel, Star Wars Cargo Bay, and Imagineering Lab. It’s a Small World Nursery. Standard Inside Staterooms, Deluxe Oceanview Staterooms, Walt Disney Theater ( Handicap Accessible Entrance)
Deck 3: The Grand Hall, Guest Services, Shopping and Merchandise, Skipper Society Lounge, 1923 Restaurant, Walt Disney Theater (Main Entrance)
Deck 4: Worlds of Marvel Restaurant, Hook’s Barbery, Untangled Salon, Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, Hei Hei Cafe, Guest Services, Port Adventures, Walt Disney Theater Balcony Seating, Preludes, Sarabi Theatre, Never Land Cinema, Wonderland Cinema
Deck 5: Plaza de Coco, Edge Tween Club, DVC Lounge, Shutters Portrait Studio, Mickey Mainsail Shopping, Jade Cricket Cafe, Sarabi Theater Balcony, Senses Spa, and Fitness room, Periscope Pub, Triton Lounge
Deck 6: Deluxe Family Oceanview Staterooms
Deck 7: Deluxe Family Oceanview Staterooms, Fairytale Fresh Laundry
Deck 8: Deluxe Family Oceanview Staterooms
Deck 9:Concierge Royal Suite with Verandah, Deluxe Family Oceanview Staterooms
Deck 10: Staterooms, Marceline Market, Jumbeaux Sweets ( Zootopia), Dory’s Forget-Me-Knots Shop, Pools, Mickey and Friends Festival of Foods, FunnelVision
Deck 11:Concierge Level Staterooms, Concierge Lounge, Wheezy’s Freezies, Toy Story Splash Zone, Slide a Saurus Rex, Pools, Vibe Teen Club, The Hideaway, Hero Zone, The Rose Lounge, Palo Steakhouse, Enchante
Deck 12:Concierge Level Staterooms, Concierge Private Sundeck, Hero Zone Balcony, Aquamouse, Adult Sun Deck, Quiet Cove Infinity Pool, Cove Cafe, Cove Bar.
Deck 13:Concierge Suite, Currents Outdoor Bar, Tomorrow Tower Suite ( Funnel)
Deck 14: Tomorrow Tower Suite ( Funnel)

Disney Treasure Staterooms

Disney Treasure Staterooms

Across the 1256 guest staterooms on the Disney Treasure, there are multiple types of Disney Cruise staterooms to choose from. There are 1133 Outside Staterooms including 948 Verandah staterooms and 185 oceanview staterooms. Plus 121 Inside Staterooms, 53 Concierge Staterooms, and 23 Concierge Suites.

Included in the Disney Treasure are Inside Staterooms, Oceanview, Verandah, Concierge, and Royal Suites. All of these can sleep 3-4 people comfortably and include a queen-size bed, and sleeper sofa. The larger rooms can sleep up to 5 people comfortably with the addition of a double sofa sleeper, and pull-down bunk.

Staterooms on the Disney Treasure

Staterooms on the Disney Treasure Cruise Ship are themed to Lion King, Aladdin, Pocahontas, Up, and Encanto. We most like the Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah as it offers plenty of room for three people. In addition to the basics, additional amenities like plenty of drawer and closet space, a safe, laundry bag, towels, toiletries, and a first aid kit were all included. Overall the layout of this room was fantastic. A floor-to-ceiling curtain splits the room between the queen bed and the sleeper sofa for extra privacy. And there is a sink in both the restroom and shower room. Allowing guests to take a shower without interrupting restroom use.

Inside Stateroom, Oceanview, or Verandah?

A big question to consider on any Disney Cruise is what kind of stateroom you need. And since prices vary across all of these room types, it’s good to get an idea of what they each offer so you can make your best choice.  And it pays to consider that you may need one kind of room for a warm-weather cruise while choosing another for a cold-weather cruise. Similarly, your room preference may change depending on the length of your cruise. What may be okay for a 4-night cruise, may not work for a 14-day Transatlantic cruise.

Inside Staterooms

Inside staterooms offer something called a Magical Porthole with real-time views of the water and waves outside. If you and your family are fine with a digital window, these rooms are the cheapest onboard, while still offering all the amenities of the outside staterooms. Check out Disney Treasure Inside Staterooms.

Disney Wonder Oceanview Stateroom

Oceanview Staterooms

Oceanview Staterooms come in two options; Deluxe Oceanview or Family Oceanview. With a variety of porthole options; Obstructed, Two Small Portholes, or One Large Porthole. The obstructed porthole room just means that there may be a pole or part of the ship in front of your oceanview window. If you’re not in your room a lot, or during daylight hours, this may not be an issue for you. Rooms with two small portholes are definitely adequate and offer a nice view of the water, while rooms with one large porthole have a window seat built-in. Perfect for gazing out the window. Check out Disney Treasure Oceanview Staterooms.

Disney Cruise Oceanview Verandah Staterooms

Verandah Staterooms

Verandah Rooms include a balcony with seating that overlooks the water and are a dream on cruises with a view but do cost significantly more. They come in 2 options including a Deluxe Oceanview with Verandah, and a Deluxe Family Oceanview with Verandah. And may not be the best bet for families with small children. So much of what you see from your room is dependent upon which side of the boat your room is on, and which side of the port is prettiest. Check out the Disney Treasure Verandah Staterooms. 

Disney Treasure Oceanview Family Deluxe Stateroom

Concierge Level Staterooms and Suites

Concierge Suites provide the most opulent and spacious onboard accommodations for parties of 5 to 7 Guests. Choose from a number of Suite options—all with verandahs. In addition to Suites, you may choose a Concierge Family Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah or a 1-Bedroom Suite. A 1 or 2-story Royal Suite and the Tomorrow Tower Suite are also in this category. All Concierge-level staterooms offer the convenience and personal attention of dedicated Concierge Services. Check out the Disney Treasure Concierge Level Staterooms on the Disney Treasure Cruise Ship.

Concierge Level Disney Treasure Suites

Disney Treasure Suites on the Cruise

Tomorrow Tower Suite Concierge Level | *NEW* Only on the Disney Treasure

This nearly 2,000-square-foot suite is the most expensive on the ship and is styled after EPCOT Park at Walt Disney World. The Tomorrow Tower Suite’s décor highlights “dynamic art pieces, molten metal accents and futuristic, colorful glass accents (that) will evoke the distinct atmosphere of EPCOT’s World Discovery neighborhood.”

Disney Cruise Towel Folding Towel Friends

Disney Cruise Room Host and Towel Friends

One of our favorite parts of any Disney Cruise is getting to know the Cast Members. And there are a few of whom you will see daily and who will truly be there for you the whole time! Your room host is one of those people. Room hosts tend to your room and learn your “schedule” so they can time room cleaning, and turn down service. They learn your names, leave chocolates and make you towel friends to greet you when you return to your cabin each evening. If we could take these folks home with us, we would. They are wonderful human beings there to make your life easier. Disney Cruise line typically has 1 cast member for every 2.5 passengers, there to help you however they can.

Disney Treasure Activities Onboard

A variety of Activities are offered onboard the Disney Treasure, from passive interactions, like the Enchanted Artwork on the walls, to Bingo, there is plenty to do. As with all Disney Cruise Line Activities, you MUST have the Disney Cruise App on your phone so you can get access to the Disney Navigator. This section of the app allows you to do your favorite activities, be alerted of event times, and see what is happening across the boat each day of your cruise.

The Disney Cruise App also shows you Restaurant Menus and Port Excursions. So it is a MUST-HAVE when onboard the ship. You can only get access to the Disney Navigator once you are onboard. At which point you Turn On Airplane Mode, and Connect to the Disney Cruise Line Guest Wi-Fi. Once that has been done you can open the Disney Cruise App and see your options.

Disney Treasure Cruise Oceaneer Club

Disney Treasure Kids Clubs

If you’re bringing the kids on your Disney Cruise, then there is plenty for them to do. Not only as part of the family activities but also as special things they can tackle alone. Often a much-needed break for parents, Disney Cruise offers Kid’s Clubs that cater to different age groups and help kids meet new friends, make crafts, play games, and more. Kid’s Clubs offer Open Houses on the first day onboard the ship, so kids can check in and get access. Be sure to check out the Disney Navigator App for times to visit the clubs and get your child set up. Download the My Disney Cruise Adventure Booklet to get your child ready for all that’s in store. Here are the kid’s clubs you can find on the Disney Treasure Cruise Ship.

“it’s a small world” nursery

If you need childcare on your cruise you can reserve time at the “It’s a small world” nursery. This care place is filled with activities and fun to keep your little one occupied and safe while you enjoy other things onboard. Read More about the Disney Cruise Nursery.

Oceaneers Club Disney Cruise Ship

Disney Oceaneer Club and Lab | Ages 3-12

The Oceaneer Club offers up play areas with slides, games, crafts, and more. On the Disney Treasure the Oceaneer Club includes magical “lands” to explore that inform the activities throughout the cruise.

Marvel Super Hero Academy Disney Treasure Cruise

Marvel Super Hero Academy: Young Avengers, stand ready! The Marvel Super Hero Academy is calling on a new generation of heroes. Kids ages 3 to 12 are invited to train alongside some of their favorite Marvel superheroes, including Spider-Man, Black Panther, Ant-Man and The Wasp. Inside this sleek headquarters, kids can prepare to save the world from the infamous villains of the Marvel Universe.

Fairytale Hall Disney Oceaneer Club Disney Treasure

Fairytale Hall: Step inside a classic fairytale setting come to life—where kids can delight in special visits from the Disney Princesses! Inside Fairytale Hall, young royals can craft floating lanterns at Rapunzel’s Art Studio, act out their favorite stories in Belle’s Library, and even create their own ice magic at Anna & Elsa’s Sommerhus.

Star Wars Cargo Bay: Encounter a galaxy far, far away at Star Wars: Cargo Bay in Disney’s Oceaneer Club. Step aboard a starship prepping for a mission to aid the Resistance and join forces with Star Wars friends like Chewbacca and Rey. Plus, become the crew’s newest exotic creature handler and wrangle exciting animals like Porgs, Loth-Cats, a Dianoga, and more.

Walt Disney Imagineering Lab: Step into the shoes of a Disney Imagineer. Kids 3-12 can design their own rollercoaster, and then climb aboard a specially designed capsule to experience their creation in action.

Mickey and Minnie Captain’s Deck: Equipped with a slide, this area includes a ship wheel, and busy boxes perfect for kids. And of course, a surprise appearance by Captain Minnie and Mickey may happen too!

Disney Teen and Tween Disney Wish

Edge | Ages 11-14

Edge on the Disney Treasure has a New York City-inspired theme. This hangout includes floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the ocean. Let your tween chart their own destiny in this Disney Cruise Club for tweens. Edge offers up a place to watch movies, play games, get creative, and make new friends. Equipped with all the tech, TVs, and video games you need to have fun if your tween wants to take part. Located inside the Forward Funnel on Deck 13. Edge Hours are 10:00 am- 1:00 am. 

Vibe | Ages 14- 17

This lounge space for teens is perfect for hanging out, having fun, and even making smoothies.  Teens 14-17 will have plenty to do if they’re ready to make friends and take part. Vibe features a coffee bar, and a wide selection of nonalcoholic beverages to keep them going all day and offers counselors on hand to oversee the fun. On the Disney Treasure, Vibe is decorated in Parisian Style, with an electric retro style, sporting vibrant neon signs and funky pop art. Activities include karaoke, games, video games, dance parties, and more group activities. Vibe Hours are 10:00 am- 1:00 am

The Hideaway

A new space for tweens and teens, and young adults is The Hideaway. This space transforms spaces to offer teen hangouts, tween activities, and even a special space for 18-20 year-olds. The Hideaway includes a dance floor, a smoothie bar, and disco ball lights.

1820 Society | Ages 18-20

Rather underground, the 1820 Society offers young cruisers aged 18-20 the opportunity to get together for activities. While not heavily published and with no designated space, this group’s meet-ups are often available on the Disney Navigator App. Lead by a single cast member, activities like photo scavenger hunts, or meet-ups at the Lounges during the day are all on the menu for this group. Trivia, Karaoke, Games, and Silent Disco are also offered throughout the cruise to keep these young adults involved. If sailing to Castaway Cay the group also takes part in group activities like biking, and volleyball. Be on the lookout in the app for times to meet up, and check with a Cast Member once onboard for details on registering.

Disney Treasure Entertainment

If you’ve ever been on a Disney Cruise you know that the entertainment onboard is top-notch! From Broadway-style entertainment to evening performers, games, and activities, there is no shortage of fun things to do!


Another mainstay of any Disney Cruise is the ability to watch Disney movies ALL DAY LONG up on deck on the FunnelVision screen. On the Disney Treasure, FunnelVision can be found on Deck 11, alongside Cabanas, drink stations, quick-serve restaurants, and ice cream. Disney films like Sleeping Beauty, Wreck-it Ralph, and Pirates of the Caribbean are all part of the lineup on the big screen. Simply grab a chair, and settle in. For the most part, films run all day, with the exception of party or event times, and is a great reason to take a break and relax.

Sailing Away Deck Party

This on-deck party takes place as soon as you Sail Away! While the time sometimes varies, be sure to check out the Disney Navigator in the app for the exact time to be on deck to watch the show. On the Disney Treasure Cruise Ship the Sail Away Deck Party happens on Deck 11, but you can see the show from the balcony on Deck 12 if you can find a spot to stand and watch. This show features Mickey and Friends and Cruise Cast Members dancing and singing to help get you into the mood for your best Disney Cruise Ever.

Pirate Night

Disney Cruise Line Pirate Night is a mainstay on many Disney cruises sailing to the Caribbean and a must-do no matter your age! In fact, with Pirate-themed everything on the day of the party, it’s hard to avoid! Mickey and Friends all don their Pirate best and pose for pictures at the Pirate’s Rockin’ Parlay Party. And everyone (EVERYONE) gets dressed up as a pirate for dinner to be ready for the party. This evening event takes place close to 10 or 10:30 pm so definitely late for the little ones. But never fear, there are other pirate events happening a little earlier if you need to skip this late-night party. So what is Pirate Night on a Disney Cruise?

Basically, it’s a reason to dress up, sing some sea shanties, and catch Mickey and Friends in their pirate costumes. This is also the evening event where Disney Cruise sets off their famous Fireworks at Sea! So, if you’re looking for extra fun, be sure to take the time and head to Deck 11 for the Pirate Night party on the FunnelVision deck.


One of the best parts of any Disney Cruise is the bonus of getting to see live performances from visiting musicians and performers. While these performances are on the schedule in the My Disney Cruise app, you will also see these performances as a treat on your way to dinner. Especially as most of the performers do take the main stage in the lobby throughout the cruise, and are hard to miss! That said, you can also catch more private performances in any of the Disney Lounges throughout the boat if you’re looking for something special.

Games, Trivia, Bingo, Tastings, and More

Just like all Disney Cruises, the Disney Treasure features a variety of fun activities you can do throughout the day. Players of Bingo can tackle the Bingo cards almost daily for a chance to win prizes and money. Meanwhile, there are other activities all over the boat, including a variety of Disney Trivia events, Towel Friends Classes, the Anyone Can Cook series, and more. But maybe making your own apple strudel sounds like a chore. Perhaps, just aim for a wine tasting instead. The liqueur-based activities are for an additional fee, but for the most part, activities are free!

AquaMouse Curse of the Golden Egg Disney Treasure

The AquaMouse Curse of the Golden Egg | *NEW* Only on the Disney Treasure

The Aqua Mouse is the first Disney attraction at sea, originally debuted on the Disney Wish! But a whole new version of this Disney Cruise attraction is onboard the Disney Treasure. A 760-foot wild water ride takes you through a tube around the top of the Disney Treasure and features scenes from Mickey and Minnie the Curse of the Golden Egg. Only available on the Disney Treasure this immersive show includes scenes, special effects, and incredible ocean views as you splash, drift, and slide through a mysterious ancient temple in search of legendary treasure. But watch out! Booby traps and other hilarious mishaps will send you in unexpected directions. With twists, turns, and beautiful ocean views, the Aqua Mouse ends by bringing you to a lazy river. Enjoy this ride featuring Mickey and Minnie you can watch through the nine portholes you’ll pass in your tube.

Hero Zone

Hero Zone is a multipurpose recreation space where futuristic imagination meets active play and is a great place to connect with the whole family in this sports arena. At times filled with the bouncy house challenge, and at others, a basketball court, this space also has an upper deck filled with foosball tables, chairs, and a hidden room with ping pong tables too. Be sure to explore this space while onboard.

Fireworks at Sea

And of course, no cruise entertainment would be complete without fireworks! Thankfully, this nighttime display is still on the list of things to look forward to! Complete with specially composed music by the Budapest Orchestra and live accompaniment as well.

Walt disney theater on Disney Fantasy Cruise

Disney Treasure Movie Theaters

One of the best parts of any Disney Cruise is being able to take a break from your vacation and watch a movie. Luckily, the Disney Treasure has a few theaters onboard where you can do just that. Featuring first-run films, and favorites from Disney+ Plus, you’re sure to see something new while onboard.

Walt Disney Theatre

The main theater is the Walt Disney Theater featuring Disney Treasure Broadway Shows. The Walt Disney Theatre onboard the Disney Treasure Cruise Ship features Beauty and the Beast, Disney Seas the Adventure and the brand new Moana show. These Disney Broadway-style shows are held in the Walt Disney Theatre.

Wonderland and Neverland Movie Theaters

With exquisite attention to detail, these theaters take on a character of their own. The Wonderland Theater features Cheshire Cat inspiration, while the Neverland Theater is all about Tinkerbell. These theaters provide you with more options than ever to watch classic and first-run films from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm, and more. We always love the movie theaters onboard Disney Cruise, and these promise to be top-notch.

New Release and First Run Movies

A bonus of any Disney Cruise Line vacation is the chance to see a feature film, currently in theaters, while onboard. In the past, we’ve gotten to see Guardians of the Galaxy, The Little Mermaid, and Doctor Strange Multiverse of Madness. So, be on the lookout for what may be released during your cruise. Offering several showtimes throughout the day, you’ll be sure to fit a show into your trip.

Beauty and the Beast Show on the Disney Treasure

Disney Treasure Shows

Featuring Broadway Style Shows, opposite your dinner hour, a Disney Cruise offers showstopping entertainment. With classics from Disney films, to original productions featuring the themes of magic, adventure, friendship, believing, and more, these are always a treat while onboard.

Disney Seas the Adventure

This new musical spectacular features Captain Minnie Mouse handing over the helm to Goofy, ready to take on the responsibility of captain! A musical story featuring Disney and Pixar friends and familiar soundtracks, ready to set sail, and help you bring out your own inner captain. This show takes place on the first evening of your cruise and is located in the Walt Disney Theatre.

Beauty and the Beast

Join Belle on her adventure to the Beast’s castle in this retelling of Beauty and the Beast. This Broadway-style show features all the characters you know and love from the story, original music, and the gorgeous ball scene. Complete with Gaston as the fearsome and egotistical villain, bent on having Belle for himself. A gripping tale as old as time, this show is one not to be missed.

New Disney Show on the Disney Treasure Cruise Ship

The Tale of Moana | *NEW* Only on the Disney Treasure

Debuting exclusively at the Walt Disney Theatre onboard the Disney Treasure, “Disney The Tale of Moana” brings the story of Moana to life on stage!  This show follows Moana as she embarks on an incredible journey to save her island after she is chosen by the ocean to restore the heart of Te Fiti. Characters like Gramma Tala, Maui, and Tamatoa are all on board to help Moana in her journey. You can expect familiar songs from the film’s soundtrack, and gorgeous on-stage scenery.

Disney Treasure Broadway STyle Shows onboard

Disney Treasure Characters Onboard

As with any Disney Cruise, you get the chance to not only see your favorite Disney characters in the deck shows but also meet them in the halls and at photo spots. Disney characters included on the Disney Treasure were all the ones you would expect! Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy, and Pluto are all part of the fun. And princesses like Tiana, Ariel, Belle, Cinderella, and Mulan showed up too!

Disney Treasure Marvel Restaurant

Disney Treasure Dining Options

Dining on any Disney Cruise typically requires guests to dress for dinner, at least a little. As a family cruise, basic cruise wear, or “cruise casual” is accepted of course but know that on the Disney Treasure, there is Formal Night, Semi-Formal Night, and Pirate Night. All of which may require some strategic packing. Be sure to check out the Disney Cruise Dining Attire for your cruise length.

Disney Treasure Restaurants Quick Service 

As with all of the Disney Cruise ships, there is a casual or quick-service restaurant as well. The Disney Treasure quick service options include Mickey and Friends Festival of Foods, perfect for grabbing a bit whenever you need it. And there is also ice cream of course! These restaurants will be situated on the upper decks for easy grab-and-go dining any time you like!

Mickey & Friends Festival of Foods: Sweet Minnie's Ice Cream, Daisy's Pizza Pies, Mickey's Smokestack Barbecue, Donald's Cantina, Goofy's Grill

Mickey and Friends Festival of Foods

Freshly made pizzas, a taco bar, freshly grilled burgers, and vegetarian options too. Here’s what you can find at each marketplace in the Festival of Foods on the Disney Treasure. Note, that these locations are typically closed during dinner seating times.

Jumbeaux Sweets Zootopia Sweet Shop Disney Treasure

Jumbeaux’s Sweets Zootopia Sweet Shop | *NEW* Only on the Disney Treasure

On the larger Disney Cruise Ships, in addition to the restaurants, you can stop into a sweets shop. The snacks and treats in these shops are for purchase, but are exquisite additions to any trip, if you’re looking for something special. This new ice cream shop on the Disney Treasure is themed to Zootopia and includes a statue figure of Nick and Judy. Inspired by Jerry Jumbeaux Jr, this shop features 35 flavors of handmade gelato and ice cream, plus specialty treats, candies, and seasonal snacks.

Disney Treasure Restaurants Rotational Dining 

One of Disney Cruise Line’s signature services is Rotational Dining on a Disney Cruise, which can sometimes get confusing. Guests can choose and are ultimately assigned a first or second seating for Dinner. The First Seating is typically around 6:00 pm and the Second Seating is around 8:15 pm. Though these times can vary 15 minutes before or after this time. Once you know your seating, you’ll simply show up at the assigned restaurant at that time every night throughout your trip. Know that the evening showtimes are also at these times. So if you have a first seating assignment, your showtime will be later, and if you have a second seating your showtime will be earlier.

Rotational Dining is only offered for dinner and includes three restaurants. These restaurants are typically themed and may include entertainment that happens during your meal.

Coco Restaurant on the Disney Treasure

Plaza de Coco Restaurant | *NEW* Only on the Disney Treasure

Get ready for a fiesta on the High Seas. This Coco Restaurant offers a dinner and a show experience, complete with a variety of Mexican cuisine options. Offering a 2-night experience on 7-day sailings, Plaza de Coco is all about family.

1923 Walt disney Side

1923 Restaurant

If classic Hollywood is a bit more your style, then you’re in luck. This Disney Treasure restaurant,1923, will take you back in time to the time period when Walt Disney Studios was founded. You are immersed in the early animation process via sketches and illustrations. 1923 features an elegant Hollywood-style menu inspired by a California fusion of cultural flavors.  There are two sides to the 1923 restaurant; the Walt Disney side and the Roy Disney side. Both sides are similar and open for breakfast as well as dinner. And if you’re up for it, it’s custom to put on your best 1920’s outfit to attend dinner here! Read our 1923 Restaurant Review from the Disney Wish.

Marvel Restaurant on Disney Wish Cruise

Worlds of Marvel Restaurant Avengers: Quantum Encounter Dining Experience

For our fellow Marvel fans, finally, a Marvel-themed restaurant! Worlds of Marvel is the first-ever Marvel Cinematic dining adventure.  This dining experience will transport you to an interactive world where a mission unfolds around you. You can expect global cuisines inspired by your favorite heroes. Foods are inspired by African Wakanda, Eastern European Sokovia, and New York City. And don’t be surprised if you get recruited by the Avengers to help complete the mission to help prevent an attack by a large seagull.

Palo Restaurant on Disney Wonder

Disney Treasure Restaurants Adult-Only 

One of the best things for Adults to do on a Disney Cruise is to make a special night out to one of the Disney Adult-Only Restaurants, and the Disney Treasure has  Keep in mind these are 18+ and do have a dress code. These meals are NOT included in your Disney Cruise Package, so you must reserve them ahead of time. Guests may only book ONE dinner in advance for Palo. However, if your Palo night is the first night of your cruise, you are able to make a second reservation at either Palo or Enchante on another night of your cruise. Check out the Reservation Window for Castaway Club.

Palo Steakhouse

This Adult Only signature restaurant onboard the Disney Treasure is Palo. Offering a 270-degree oven view this restaurant has the best views on the ship. Featuring Northern Italian cuisine, this restaurant is considered a must-do for Disney Adult Cruisers at least once. Serving up a multi-course dinner, dessert, and champagne event, as well as a specialty brunch. Dinner at Palo is typically $70 per person for the prix fixe menu and $45 for brunch. We recently had the Palo Brunch on the Disney Wonder and it was wonderful, we highly recommend it! Given the spectacular views, we recommend aiming for brunch or an early dinner hour so you can see all there is to see. Check out all the offerings available during your cruise at Palo Restaurant.

Disney Wish Enchante


The last Beauty and the Beast-themed adult-only restaurant is Enchante. Enchante premiers an elegant experience with a menu created by 3 Michelin-star chefs, Arnaud Lallement. Ocean views and international cuisine are all part of this upscale dining experience. In addition to dinner, Enchante also offers brunch and dessert seating.

  • Champagne Brunch
    This Champagne brunch features a glass of bubbly and a French-inspired prix fixe meal—plus a decadent dessert.
  • Just Desserts
    Indulge in a 5-course dessert menu served with coffee. This adults-only event features an in-depth discussion with Enchanté’s Executive Chef and Pastry Chef, who will discuss the history and evolution of each sweet selection.

Disney Adult Cruise Drinks on a Cruise

Disney Treasure Lounges and Nightclubs

The Disney Treasure Cruise is home to multiple lounges! Most of these lounges host daytime activities for families, like games, Bingo, trivia, and more. In the evenings, usually after 6 pm some of the lounges transition to adult-only ( 18+). Here are all the details for each lounge, and the themes you can find in each. We highly recommend exploring these spaces just for fun. As they are beautiful and unique.

Sarabi two story lounge on Disney Treasure Lion King Themed

Sarabi Lion King Lounge | *NEW* Only on the Disney Treasure

This Lion King-inspired Disney Cruise Lounge hosts family entertainment throughout the day and adult-exclusive entertainment at nite. Featuring decor themed to the African style, this lounge features wood elements, rocks, and textured walls. This 2-story lounge offers an opportunity to engage in game show-like experiences, as well as interact with the Disney Treasure Game, perhaps like Uncharted Adventure, on board.

Skipper Society Lounge Jungle Cruise Bar on Disney Treasure

Skipper Society Jungle Cruise Lounge | *NEW* Only on the Disney Treasure

Inspired by everyone’s favorite Disney Parks ride, the Jungle Cruise now has a home on the Disney Treasure Cruise Ship. 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. Much like Tiana’s Bayou on the Disney Wish, this lounge space features an open design allowing for family entertainment throughout the day and adult entertainment in the evenings.

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Periscope Pub Disney Treasure Ship

Periscope Pub 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Lounge | *NEW* Only on the Disney Treasure

Journey 20,000 Leagues under the Sea with this new ocean-themed Disney Lounge. Designed to make you feel like you stepped onto the Nautilus, this pub features everything you’d expect from a Submarine Voyage. While sipping craft brews or specialty drinks, look through the “glass” ceiling to the watery world above. Or stay up to date with what’s happening on land with the surrounding “scientific” monitors displaying news and live sports coverage.

The Periscope Pub will offer a delicious menu of light bites, undersea-inspired drinks and craft brews, including three exclusive tap beers that will be uniquely themed to the “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea” film and celebrated theme park attraction. 

Haunted Mansion Bar Lounge | *NEW* Only on the Disney Treasure

You don’t need a doom buggy to see this new Haunted Mansion Bar aboard the Disney Treasure Cruise Ship. Materializing on the High Seas, this new Haunted Mansion Lounge is the first of its kind and EXCLUSIVE to the Disney Treasure. Featuring nostalgic decor, the Haunted Mansion Parlor brings guests further into the Haunted Mansion story with familiar lore, and storytelling. Get ready for a swinging wake, and a jovial captain taking his place among the 999 happy haunts, as a result of a disastrous dinner with his beloved fiancée. Looking like it will be situated in the same location as the Hyperspace Lounge aboard the Disney Wish, this parlor is completely themed to the HM style.

Themed like a classic cruise liner from the golden age, signature Haunted Mansion elements can be seen all over this small space. From the purple armchair to the wallpaper, there’s plenty to be noticed among the web-covered details. Featuring both alcoholic and zer-proof cocktails and drinks, here you can find some of the recipes of what’s getting stirred up at the Haunted Mansion Parlor; Sympathetic Libations, Ghoulish Delight, and the Signature Beverage, are all on the menu.

Triton Lounge 

Located on Deck 5, this lounge space is where you go for Disney Cruise activities, like cooking classes, tastings, and more. Note, this space is TINY! If you’re hoping to attend trivia or any group activity in Triton Lounge, we recommend getting there early to grab a seat. Many guests just stay from one activity to the next, so it’s not the best place to hold events that need larger seating spaces.

The Rose on Disney Wish

The Rose Lounge

For those who love a tale as old as time, the Disney Treasure features The Rose Lounge with Beauty and the Beast-themed areas for adults. This champagne bar and lounge is at the entrance of Palo Steakhouse, which is a perfect place for a before or after-dinner cocktail. Elegance at its best, this lounge is perfect for the Beauty and the Beast fan. Or if you’re looking to get away for views of the ocean through the windows that surround this space.

Donald Duck Coffee Art Cove Cafe on Disney Wonder

Disney Treasure Coffee Cafes

Looking for coffee places on the Disney Treasure? Thankfully, there is no shortage of coffee on the Disney Treasure. Whether you’re looking for a quick cup of joe or something with a little more kick, here are some places onboard where you can get your cup of joe.

Jade Cricket Cafe | *NEW* Only on the Disney Treasure

This Mulan-inspired coffee cafe, adjacent to the Grand Hall on the Disney Treasure, reminds us of our favorite Wishing Star Cafe on the Disney Wish. Sure to feature a variety of specialty coffee drinks, the Jade Cricket Cafe features a central moon gate, plum blossom flower, and hints of Mulan, throughout.

HeiHei Cafe | *NEW* Only on the Disney Treasure

This specialty walk-up cafe features coffees and specialty drinks, located just off the Grand Hall. Featuring flavors and decor inspired by the island of Motunui, this Moana-themed cafe brings an adventurous space, themed to the islands.

Cove Cafe

Found near the Quiet Cove infinity pool is the Cove Cafe. This adult-only coffee shop is themed to Moana and has a Polynesian flair that is sure to cheer up any morning on the deck. This place gets busy in the mornings, so plan for that if you’re adding this to your daily routine.  It can also only be accessed from the outside, so keep that in mind if you are sailing in inclement weather.

Marceline Market Coffee Bar

The cafe inside Marceline Market is easy to miss if you don’t know where to look. We actually stumbled upon it by accident as its slightly hidden in plain sight. Located in between the two sides of Marceline Market, this cafe serves up specialty coffees as well as bar menu items like mimosas and cocktails. There is a seating area for the cafe here as well, but on our cruise, we noticed it was usually being used by people eating their meals, so it doesn’t have that cafe feel like some of the other coffee spots do. The cafe inside Marceline Market is currently only open during time periods when Marceline is open for breakfast and lunch, making it a less convenient option.

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Disney  Treasure Shops

Every Disney Cruise Ship offers a variety of shopping experiences. From grab and go Disney Cruise Essentials, to Luxury goods and Disney Cruise merchandise specific to the ship, there are plenty of things to buy onboard. The Disney Treasure has several shops onboard and as with all cruises, you can even grab a Disney Cruise Disney Dooney and Bourke bag onboard.

Mickey’s Mainsail

This Disney Cruise Line mainstay gift shop is filled with Disney Cruise Line-themed souvenirs and gifts, plus even more, Disney Wish exclusives from Loungefly and other favorite brands. Plan to grab your Disney Cruise magnets, pins, mugs, and anything else you may need at Mickey’s Mainsail.

Dory’s Forget-Me-Knots

This shop is for everything you need but perhaps have forgotten! Dory’s Forget-Me-Knots will feature swimwear, water-play gear, and fun graphic tees inspired by favorite Disney stories. For a small shop, we were highly impressed here and wished we would have found it sooner. Complete with graphic tees to help commemorate your trip, you can’t find these items at Mickey’s Mainsail. Be sure to stop. And thanks to cast member Jackson for showing us around on our visit.

Adult Deck on the Disney Wish

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Senses Gym, Spa, and Salon Services 

If you’re looking for a gym experience, you can find it at Senses. Featuring treadmills, ellipticals, weights, and even classes, this gym offers a way for you to stay in shape on board. And if you’re looking for something to help you relax, the Senses Spa offers up a selection of cosmetic body and facial treatments, available for an extra charge. Check out all the services offered at the Senses Spa and Salon on the Disney Treasure. And if you’re bringing your teen, you can let them experience Chill Spa, catering to those kids 13- 17 and offering services they’d enjoy like massages, wraps, hair care, and more.

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Untangled Salon

This onboard salon takes a queue from Rapunzel with privacy screens featuring her artwork from the film, this space includes a signature chandelier and lanterns as lighting. So many familiar elements are part of this decor. The salon offers haircuts, styling, manicures, pedicures, teeth whitening, and skin treatments.

Hook’s Barbery

This European men’s salon features decor that is Captain Hook-inspired. Providing salon and barber services, this place will also feature a hidden bar, that requires a secret password!!! Serving up pre-prohibition bourbons, spirits, whisky, port, rum, and more. Perfect for late evenings.

Disney Treasure Pools

The Disney Treasure has a variety of pools, and water features for babies, kids, and adults. There are 10 Pools onboard the Disney Treasure, plus water play areas.

On board the Disney Treasure, families will discover pools staggered among tiered decks, an abundance of luxe lounge chairs, an imaginative take on fast-casual fare with a festive character twist and a thrilling water attraction, AquaMouse, in an expansive district themed to Mickey and friends. 

Quiet Cove Pool

Part of the Disney Adult Only Area, this pool is located at the back of the ship, alongside Cove Cafe, a Moana-inspired cafe. And features an infinity pool with spectacular views.

Toy Story Pool

This pool for toddlers and small children includes a splash zone, a wading pool, and Slide a Saurus Rex Family Waterslide.

Toy Story Splash Zone Disney Wish

Toy Story Splash Zone

A new Splash Zone themed to Toy Story will be a great spot for little ones to play and cool off. Featuring Buzz, Woody, and all our favorite Toy Story characters, this water play area faces the adult deck and Currents above. Perfect for lounging and letting the kids play while on board.

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Disney Treasure Ports of Call

So, where will the Disney Treasure go? Like many of the Disney Cruise Ships, The Disney Treasure itinerary has a few different Ports of Call in the islands of the Caribbean Sea. Eastern Caribbean port include Tortola, San Juan, and Castaway Cay. While the Western Caribbean ports include Cozumel, George Town, Falmouth, and Castaway Cay. No news has yet been shared regarding whether or not Lookout Cay is on the Disney Treasure Itinerary.

Eastern Caribbean

See detailed Disney Treasure Itineraries and Prices on the website.

  • Tortola, British Virgin Islands
  • San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • Disney Castaway Cay

Western Caribbean

See detailed Disney Treasure Itineraries and Prices on the website.

  • Cozumel, Mexico
  • George Town, Grand Cayman
  • Falmouth, Jamaica
  • Disney Castaway Cay

Castaway Cay

Castaway Cay is Disney’s Private Island, and luckily, is on the Disney Treasure itinerary as a port of call for a whole day! By far one of our favorite stops on any Disney Cruise. With things like snorkeling, bike riding, and inner-tubing, there is plenty to do on your Castaway Cay day. You can also book excursion packages for boating, water bikes, and other special activities. Check out our Castaway Cay Guide to get an idea of everything you can do on the island.

Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point

Disney’s new private Island, Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point, may be part of the Disney Treasure route, but it has not yet been confirmed or denied. At present the Disney Magic is the Disney Cruise Ship that Sails to Lookout Cay. offers cultural activities, beaches, a kid’s club, and more on this new island honoring Bahamian Culture. Featuring elements honoring the natural environment this Bahamian island offers a cultural landscape for play, market-style dining, and local artisans. May be offered on select sailings.

Getting Ready for Your Disney Cruise

Hopefully, this Disney Treasure Cruise Ship Guide has helped you get a handle on what your experience may look like. Know that as a vacation, a Disney Cruise Line vacation is one of the easiest to take. With daily tips, helpful staff, and excursions to ensure a successful day at port. Your role is simply to show up and enjoy it!

Check out our Disney Cruise Packing List for everything you need to bring along with you. From cruise documents to outfits for semi-formal night, check out the post for a complete breakdown. And don’t forget to make fun plans to decorate your cruise cabin door, with some Disney Cruise Decorations. It’s easy to make a Disney Cruise extra fun and magical. And on the Disney Treasure, there is so much to see and do, we hope you love it as much as we do.

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Rochelle Mariah is a writer, designer and photographer with an MLIS in Information Science and a B.S. in Arch and Design. Determined to make Planning a DIY Disney Vacation easier she makes lots of lists and drinks lots of coffee. When not designing apparel at Polka Dot Pixie Shop, she's watching old movies and planning the holidays. She has been traveling to Disney destinations since 2010.

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